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  Join us at 11:00 am at the Choral Eucharist Service on Sunday 8 September at St Andrew's Church for the 'Blessing of Back Packs' – to celebrate the start of the new school year with our children and young people. Please bring your school bag/back...

Sunday 25th August - Movie Sing-Along fundraiser for KCAH and Joel Community at St Mark's  Hall on Sunday 25th August  at 2pm There will be a sing-along screening of Disney's "Moana" for an audience of all ages starting at 2pm to raise money for charities of the...

Please join us at St Mark's Hall on Friday 19th July  for a Gin Tasting from 7.30 pm  onwards hosted by Phil and Catherine Harding.  You will be guided through tasting four different award winning gins, their story and the fascinating history of gin itself.  You will...

We welcomed our new curate this Sunday, Michael, as he deaconed at his first Eucharist at St Andrew's church.   We welcome Michael and his wife  Claire, and their family to St Andrew and St Mark and Surbiton.        ...

'Bring and Share' lunch on Sunday 23rd June at 12:30pm at St Andrew's Church There will be a bring and share lunch at St Andrew’s from 12:30pm onwards, after the 11am service. In aid of the charity of the month Leprosy Mission (There is an article in...

St Andrew & St Mark Flying Circus Group on Thursday 27th June 2019 will visit Sunbury-on-Thames Millennium Embroidery Gallery, The Walled Garden, Sunbury TW16 6AB. All are welcome, no booking – just turn up. Contact Harry on 07773 060 233 or John on 07963 878 217 for any more...

Sunday 9th June  Parish picnic at Pentecost We are having a picnic! Join us on Sunday 9th June at 12:30pm at Victoria Park: there will be parachute games and other games for children, and just a chance to socialise for all ages. Please bring your own food,...

ARE SCIENCE AND FAITH AT WAR? A series of 3 Gresham College Lectures to be shown in St Mark’s Church on Sunday evenings following Evening Prayer at 6:00 pm on May 26th:   Science and Faith at War June 23rd:   If Humans are so great, why is the world such...