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




  • This week at St Martin's


  • Facebook


  • Prayer of the Month

    Lord, we pray for people in our community who need to ask for help to support themselves in their daily lives. We know it is not easy to ask others for help and so we pray for those in need to have the courage to ask for help and make known their problems. We also thank and pray for organisations and volunteers locally as they care, support and represent others who are not able to do these things for themselves. Lord, we commend to you in our prayers both our local volunteers and those who greatly need their help. We ask this in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.



  • Twitter


  • Mailing list

    If you would like to receive occasional emails about the work of St Martin’s please join our mailing list. We’ll never pass on your email address to anyone else. We promise.

    * = required.

    Please enter the verification number on the right:*nine seven eight three two


  • News from Church of England

    Church of England News Feed
    Latest news from the Church of England

    General Synod timetable published
    General Synod timetable published

    Report from May House of Bishops
    The House of Bishops met at Bishopthorpe Palace on 22-23 May; on the Tuesday morning prayers were said for all those affected by the Manchester bombing.

    Church Commissioners for England announce total return of 17.1% on investments for 2016
    The Church Commissioners for England announced today publication of their 2016 financial results and annual report.

    General Election 2017: Archbishops highlight the place of faith in British life
    General Election 2017: Archbishops highlight the place of faith in British life