Welcome to the St Martin's Church East Horsley website










    St Martin's has been at the centre of parish life in East Horsley for over a thousand years.  We worship in a historic church and in our Community Hall. We are a group of people committed to following Christ. That means we worship him regularly. That means we encourage prayer in church and throughout life. That means we reach out to people outside the church through our pastoral work, our giving and work in the community.

    People of all ages and backgrounds are welcome to join us at St Martin's. Please do explore our website to find out about our Sunday services and mid-week activities.

     Renos Pittarides

    Rector of East Horsley

      NEW TELEPHONE NUMBER : Please note that the Parish telephone number has changed to 01483 654263.

    This number may also be used for booking the Canterbury Rooms or Community Hall.



  • This week at St Martin's

    Thursday 19th April
    09:15 Zumba class in church
    10:30 Canterbury Rooms booked for Yoga
    14:30 MU4ALL - Treats to Eat
    17:30 Canterbury Rooms booked for Yoga

    Friday 20th April
    09:00 Canterbury Rooms booked for Bar Concept
    10:30 Canterbury Rooms booked for Pilates
    20:00 Choir Practice

    Saturday 21st April
    08:45 Morning Prayer

    Sunday 22nd April
    00:00 Churchyard Maintenance
    08:00 Holy Communion BCP
    10:30 Parish Communion
    16:00 Annual Parochial Church Meeting

    Monday 23rd April
    09:30 Canterbury Rooms booked for Yoga Class
    11:30 Canterbury Rooms booked for Pilates
    14:30 Canterbury Rooms booked for Yoga
    17:30 Canterbury Rooms booked for Brownies
    19:30 Canterbury Rooms booked for Yoga
    20:00 HCS in Church

    Wednesday 25th April
    10:00 Marty's Friends - Toddler Group
    10:00 Holy Communion
    19:00 Canterbury Rooms booked for Pilates


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    Loving Father, this Eastertide we remember and pray for our fellow Christians who live in the Middle East and are suffering persecution. We know that some of these Christian communities have roots going back to the early church, but many are now being forced to leave their homelands through violence, intimidation and discrimination. We pray for the safety of our Christian brothers and sisters and for reconciliation between the major religions, so that believers of all faiths can live together in peace. We pray this through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord.



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