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Choral Evensong (First Sunday)
This is a formal sung service using the traditional words of the Book of Common Prayer.
There is a sermon and the service lasts about an hour.
Compline (Second Sunday)
A traditional and simple said service for the end of the day. It is normally preceded by a Bible study or Meditation.
Healing Eucharist (Third Sunday)
A simple, modern language communion service with hymns and an opportunity for the laying on of hands for the healing of the sick.
It lasts about 45 minutes.
Said Evensong (Fourth Sunday)
A said service using the words from the Book of Common Prayer, with slightly more emphasis on the intercessions.
It lasts about 30 minutes.
For fifth Sunday services, see our list of forthcoming services.
Holy Communion (Not first Sunday)
This is a quiet, said service using the traditional words of the Book of Common Prayer. It lasts about half an hour.
(These services are followed by refreshments in church).
Family Service (First and third Sunday)
An informal service at which families and young children are especially welcome. It lasts about 35 minutes.
Parish Communion (Second Sunday)
A lively, sung service using modern language. There is a sermon. The service lasts about an hour.
Family Communion (Fourth Sunday)
A slightly more informal version of the second Sunday parish communion at which families are particularly welcome. It lasts about 50 minutes.
For more information please see www.comshackpep.co.uk
Grade I Listed and 10th Century ancient church
'The most interesting church in the county'
H Alderman - The Charm of Old Surrey
Surrey's flagship Norman Church
Simon Jenkins - England's Thousand Best Churches
The tower and chancel pre-date 1066
Pre 1150 Norman 'graffiti'
In 1929 a square cell was discovered, thought to have been the home to achorites
St Nicholas Church
Office Liza Gane
(Enquire at Watts Gallery Visitor Centre)
Tues & Fri 9.00am - 1.00pm
Mr Michael Chastell
Mrs Linda Chastell
Lady May (Stella)