One Sunday Eucharist service will be held at 10 am in parallel with the Spire of Dorking YouTube service plus limited opening for individual private prayer
(currently Monday and Thursday 0930 -1130).
All socially distanced to keep everyone safe.
St Martin’s Church has a long history – there have been several earlier buildings on the site of the present church and worship has been offered here for many hundreds of years. It has a central place in Dorking today, both in the lives of its members and in the life of the town. It is a living centre for work, prayer and worship in Dorking. Anyone visiting the church will see that it has been loved and cherished by generations past and present, and that today it is endeavouring to reach out to new generations with its programme of services and activities throughout the year.
At the heart of our church is the service of God. Our Christian faith has a long ancestry and the faith community at St Martin’s is blessed not only with the present fine building but also with the rich heritage of the Holy Scriptures, informing a long and devoted line of clergy down the years, who have continued the ministry of Word and Sacrament – bringing God into the lives of the folk of this town and the many visitors that we welcome year on year.
There is space at St Martin’s to sit and be still, to pray and to contemplate, as well as to become immersed in a tradition that continues to grow and change. You will find a warm welcome here, reflecting the welcome that God extends to us all in Jesus Christ.
I hope that you will find St Martin’s Dorking to be a place of prayer and that you will take from your visit a sense of God’s continuing presence in the world and in our daily lives.