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




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  • Prayer of the Month

    Father God, as the days get longer and warmer and as the birds start nesting, we thank you for the joys of Spring and of new life. For ourselves we thank you for children born or expected in our own families and for new relationships and friends. We ask your help and support for those starting new jobs, preparing for exams and for people moving into our village. Thank you Lord for this exciting and expectant time of year.



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    Churches urged to respond well to domestic abuse
    Church communities are being urged to address the issue of domestic abuse and raise awareness of its impact on adults and children. The updated practice guidance and policy from the House of Bishops, published today by the Church of England, encourages churches to become places of safety where domestic abuse is taken seriously, survivors are believed and respected, and alleged or known perpetrators challenged.

    Statement from the Bishop of Burnley, The Rt Revd Philip North
    Statement from the Bishop of Burnley, The Rt Revd Philip North