Through eight sessions of DVD teaching and small group discussion the course follows the storyline of the Bible from cover to cover, helping participants to gain insights and to engage with God’s Word in a deeper way – whatever their starting point!
If you have questions about how the message of the Bible all fits together, or if you’re not sure about how to interpret it and apply it to life, or if you simply enjoy being with others and learning in a friendly and informal setting thenThe Bible Courseis for you!
We’ll be running the sessions twice weekly at the following times:
Tuesdays at 10am in the worship area (auditorium) on: Jan 30, Feb 6, 20, 27, March 6, 13, 20, 27
Wednesdays at 7.30pm in the Lower Lounge on: Jan 31, Feb 7, 21, 28, March 7, 14, 21, 28
Simply pick the session each week that best suits you! (Please note: there will be no sessions in the week commencing Feb 12). For further information please contact Chris Shaw. We really hope you will be able to join us!
Explore how to listen to God, yourself and those around you.
Be better equipped with effective, reflective listening skills.
All are welcome on this free course, which is limited to 24 participants only.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided. This event is supported by the EMC Pastoral Team
For further information, speak to Val Imms or Jane Williams or email us:
To reserve your place, email us or fill in the booking form in the EMC Welcome Area
Parking at EMC is very limited, so please consider a car-share or public transport
Daffodil Day 2018: Methodist Central Hall: 2pm Monday 5th March
Train to Victoria from Epsom at about 10.30am and then bus to Central Hall
Take a packed lunch to get good seats in the Great Hall for the annual bright and soul-lifting event
Men welcome too
Led by the Methodist Central Hall Ministry team & Directors of Music.
Special Guests Include: Angellica Bell, (The One Show / Celebrity Masterchef), Jonathan Veira (Bass-baritone), Sadia McEwen (The Lion King)
Contact: Ann Arthur, Janet de Bourcier, Judith Wakelin
Good Friday 2018
Once again Churches Together in Epsom will be staging the Passion of Jesus 0n Good Friday 2018,
Gathering at the Car Park opposite the Fire Station and processing to the Market Square. This hugely popular drama is entirely dependent on a team of volunteers from local churches.
Please get in touch if you can offer your services for any of the following:
Stage hands/technical crew
Come and be part of the action. The Epsom Passion Play is ecumenical, organised by Churches Together in Epsom. CTiE Churches in Ewell play a part and we’re very grateful for all their support (especially the Prayer Tent).
ALL are welcome to be part of the Drama see the list above, even the Crowd!