Emmanuel Church Tolworth (C of E)

Church in Tolworth

Emmanuel Church Tolworth (C of E)

Main Meetings:

Sunday: 10.30 am
2nd & 4th Sundays: Communion;
All except 1st Sunday: Children's groups (3-16)
6.30 pm 1st and 3rd Sundays: Prayer Meeting

Denomination:

Anglican

Hymns & songs:

Mission Praise, Spring Harvest, Traditional & modern hymns, Original songs

Under 18s:

Kanga & Roo Club (under 1)
Kangaroo Club (0-5)
Crèche (0-2)
Scramblers (3-5)
Climbers (6-7)
Explorers (8-10)
Pathfinders (11-14)
Vision (15-18)

18-30s:

-

Local outreach & community activities:

Summer holiday club, P4 (Monthly Youth Night)

Other activities & ministries:

Christianity Explored Course and Oasis (bi-weekly daytime group for adults), Badminton club, Lunch Club, Weekly home groups, Monthly prayer focus, Music group, P4 (Monthly Youth Night)

Leaders:

Bart Erlebach, Minister
Christine Sherwood, Children's & Families' Worker

Affiliations & links:

Churches Together in Surbiton

Main Bible:

New International Version

Average Congregation:

150 adults
50 under 18s

Special needs:

Reserved parking, Wheelchair access, Hearing aid loop, Toilets for the disabled

Languages:

-

Office Contact:

Mrs. Jen Manhire
Administrator

Office Address:

1 Grand Avenue
Tolworth
Surbiton
KT5 9HU

Office Telephone:

020 8390 2372

Tel: 020 8390 2372

Fax: Not available

Email: Click to email

Website: www.emmanueltolworth.org.uk

Meeting Venue

Emmanuel Church Tolworth (C of E)
1 Grand Avenue
Tolworth
Surbiton
Surrey
KT5 9HU
England

Travel and Parking Info:

Street parking

 

About Us:

Our main Sunday services is at 10.30 am although there are plenty of other activities through the week. Our ongoing aim is that they are relevant and accessible to people today and feature Bible teaching which helps us live with a real faith in the real world. We especially hope that children and young people will feel very much at home. Our aim is for people to come to faith in Christ and grow in their faith in Christ and everything we do is linked to this vision. We're first and foremost Christians - being followers of Jesus Christ - and we regard the Bible as our authoritative guide for what we believe and how we behave.