The Revd Sarah Sewell the Trust Chaplain to the Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust and works with Revd Sue Bull, whilst Epsom Methodist Church supports the Trust. Lay assistants - some from our own church - take an active part in these and also minister to patients throughout the wards. Together they have responsibility for the hospitals and clinics covered by the Trust.
On this page you can listen to an archive of recent sermons. Just click on theblue text: the speaker; or the month or the sermon date and time, and your computer will play the sermon sound file. The podcast feed will allow you to pick up the latest sermon on your smart phone or tablet.
Would you be a Link person?
A scheme has been running, for a number of years at Epsom Methodist Church, linking people at EMC with a small number of others in the church who they will look out for. This is sometimes people who are already friends or in the same house group or church group.
As there are quite a number of people who do not have a link person we would like to encourage more people to be involved.
It is a simple, helpful, kindly way of caring for each other.
Look out for them and greet them at church
Notice when they are not there
Make contact if they have not been to church for a week or two
Let the Ministry or Pastoral Team know if you are concerned
’A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another.’ John 13:34
Could you be involved in this way of our being a caring church?
The attachment (EMCdb18.accdb, below) is a Microsoft Access® 2010 database of the last 10 years of hymns and songs sung at EMC services on Sunday mornings and is intended as a helpful aid to musicians and those planning service music.
It is indexed to Hymns & Psalms, Songs of Fellowship, Singing the Faith, Methodist Hymn Book and Mission Praisecombined edition and also indicates the set tunes from H&P, StF and MHB
At the end of the first quarter of the 2017/18 financial year (November 2017) our regular giving to the church totalled £26,983.11. This compares with £26,708.94 for the previous year and once again shows an increase, this time of £274.17 (1.03%). It is most encouraging to report a further increase.
Over Christmas, all collections were taken on behalf of Action for Children. At the Carol service it was £186.40. At the Midnight Communion service, it was £70.06. At the Christmas Day service, it was £264.17. These total £520.63. Thank you for your generosity towards this most deserving charity and thank you again for your continued support for the church and other charitable work.
Part-time Circuit Administrator
The duties are to undertake the work as secretary to the Circuit Meeting and circuit committees, serve as Circuit Safeguarding Officer and to assist the Superintendent Minister in his circuit related duties.
It requires computer literacy and sympathy with the aims of the church. 20 hours per week, start May 2018, £12 per hour.
Application form from Rev Dr David Dickinson, . Office: 020 8643 6884