So that you can keep in touch with us and as a church we can keep you in our thoughts and prayers we are putting links onto this page to help you.
OUR CHURCH IS NOW OPEN FOR INDIVIDUAL PRAYER on
MONDAY MORNINGS, between 9am and 12 noon
THURSDAYS, between 12 noon and 3pm.
ALL OUR CHURCH SERVICES IN THE CHURCH REMAIN SUSPENDED FOR THE TIME BEING.
You will find us though on Facebook and YouTube. Online services happen regularly at 10am on Sunday mornings and there will be regular updates on Facebook. Zoom services regularly happen also:
MORNING PRAYER takes place on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at 9am.
EVENING PRAYER takes place on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 6pm.
BCP MORNING PRAYER is held at 8am on Sunday mornings and at 6pm on Sundays a service of COMPLINE takes place.
For a copy of the service booklet for our BCP Morning Prayer service click:
The Book of Common Prayer Morning Prayer version 4 – Sundays.
Churches Together in Dorking
‘Dependence Day’—Sunday 5th July
The Church Leaders who gather regularly for prayer as the Dorking Ministers Fellowship invite all Christians in Dorking to join us for a time of united prayer for the needs of our town on Sunday 5th July at 6:45pm via Zoom. We have called it ‘Dependence Day’ because it comes after Independence day, and we need to remind ourselves of our dependence on God for all we are and have.
Contact Tony Milner on firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to be sent a link. Links will be sent out on the afternoon of Sunday 5th.
For a Church of England service of daily prayer: please use this link
Prayer on-line resources: please use this link
To listen to one of our Sunday sermons please click here
All of the information on this page is current, but the rest of the website is being redesigned and therefore information on other pages may well be out of date. Please be patient with us.
In the meantime, if you have any queries, then do please contact our Parish Office at email@example.com or Peter, our Priest-in-Charge, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The old site can be seen and explored by clicking here.