St Martin's Church is a stunning Victorian Grade 2 listed building which has a fascinating history. For more than a thousand years Christians have worshipped on this site in the centre of our busy market town. The buildings which have been here have evolved to meet the changing needs of the community and continue to do so.
If you want to find out more about this beautiful church or would like to take a tour, please click on the button below. We hope you enjoy the church and take a few moments to stop and thank God for it's peace and beauty.
We have a daily act of worship in the Church. Every Sunday there is a Book of Common Prayer Communion at 8am followed by a shared service at 10am. There is an Evensong service on the First Sunday of each month and cafe style family worship on the third Sunday each month at 4pm. More details can be found via the button below:
Music plays a central part in our worship at St Martin’s. We have a long tradition of high quality church music, supported by a Director of Music and a well-established choir. The choir leads choral evensong the first Sunday each month and leads our worship at a number of other occasions during the year.
We also have a monthly recital every first Saturday of the month called "Music at Midday" to which all are welcome. A vital part of the musical life at St Martin's is provided by the William Cole Church Music Trust, which supports organ and choral scholar awards.
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The Anglican Electoral Roll is being revised. If you are not on the existing roll and wish to be included, please complete an application form and return it to Elizabeth Dobson (9 Rothes Road, Dorking RH4 1LF, or email to email@example.com) or to the church office, no later than Monday 24 August. The application form is available below or ask in church.
As part of the GDPR regulations, St Martin's Church, Dorking complies with its obligations by ensuring all personal data is kept up to date, that it is stored securely and destroyed when no longer required. We will not collect or retain excessive amounts of data and the data collected will be protected from loss, misuse, unauthorised access and disclosure.
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