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 United Reformed Church in Ewell

 

What is ... ?

 

The Friendship Hour?

The Friendship Hour is an afternoon tea party open to all held every third Thursday of each month throughout the year.  Everyone, no matter how old or young, male or female, church attender or not, is invited & most welcome. In fact, we are open to anyone who enjoys a cup of tea or coffee, a piece of cake and a chat.  No strings, no cost!
Come along between 2.30 & about 3.30 pm and see how the time just flies by! This group is organised by Revd Barbara Pearson & Dennis Sexton, with regular contributions of content & help from others.




The Bible Study Group?

The Bible Study Group is made up of several different people, members of this or any other church or none, in fact anyone interested in learning more about the Bible, their faith and themselves. 
All are warmly welcome.
We meet twice a month on the 2nd & 4th Mondays afternoons @ 12.30 pm.  We bring our own lunch (free tea & coffee are provided) and the first half hour is given to eating together & chatting ~ learning more about each other ~ an important part of the meeting. 
Then we spend about an hour or so studying the bible together & discussing whatever topics arise. The choice of topics to be studied is settled on by the group members themselves, whilst the group is led by Revd Barbara Pearson; sometimes it is a book of the Bible, sometimes it is a short course.
We meet in the Mary Wallis Prayer Room at the church. If you would like to join us we would be delighted to meet you.
As you face the Church there are glass swing doors to your left; as you go through them the Mary Wallis Prayer Room is the first door on the left.





THE LUNCHEON CLUB?
 
Maybe we are “preaching to the converted” in recommending our Luncheon Club to readers of “Contact”, but it is useful to reiterate details & take the opportunity to bring it to the notice of any friends who haven’t yet discovered the pleasure of sharing in this very pleasant, yet relaxed, occasion.
The club usually meets @ 12.30pm on the 2nd Thursday of each month @ various restaurants around the local area which have a modestly priced set menu. Occasionally, the club takes the form of a Soup Lunch held in the church Small Hall, as it was recently in February 2020.
For this we must thank Dennis & Anne Sexton, who somehow get us all to the same place on the same day, and make the lunches such happy occasions. It’s a great opportunity to deepen existing friendships & make new ones, as well as enjoy lunch in different settings. 
If you haven’t yet been along to join us, look out for the next luncheon date in “Contact”, on the service sheet, or by direct contact. You’re assured of a warm welcome
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Coming in later updates?


As the Winter of 2019/20 slowly unfurls into Spring, we hope to bring you a series of insights into what makes Ewell URC tick, and what sort of a heritage will older members leave for those who follow on behind them? To whet your appetite, here are a couple or three titles we have grabbed from thin air  which paint a sketch of what we have in mind for the next month or so.

* Why is there a memorial cross on the Sanctuary wall dedicated to love and Poland?
* What connects a South Wales love match, Central London, East Africa and Ewell URC?
* The Full Monty; we speak to someone who met with Bernard, Viscount Montgomery of Alamein.
* The joys & heartbreaks of an International Examiner.
* Treading the Boards & Panto on tour.