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 United Reformed Church in Ewell


CONTACT is the name of the Ewell magazine which is published for the Church at the beginning of each month (with the exception of August and January).
From time to time items that might be of interest to a wider audience, rather than the more in-house things like flower rotas etc, will be published here too.  The Church Diary and the preachers are already published elsewhere on this web-site and they appear in CONTACT




The year has turned and soon it will be spring;

Already there are snowdrops by the way,

And daffodils glow golden under trees –

Though snow might come again another day.


The year has turned and soon it will be spring;

The ewes begin to birth their tiny lambs.

They’ll bounce – all four hooves off the ground,

And butt their heads against their nursing dams.


The year has turned and soon it will be spring.

God gives us each a sense of life renewed,

And promises of better times to come,

And new exciting paths to be pursued.


Let’s reach with eager hands to grasp the new;

Let’s turn our faces to the warming sun;

Let’s breathe the fresh and sweetly scented air –

God’s miracle of springtime has begun.


Barbara Pearson

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Our Bible Study Group meets on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month from 12.30 pm until about 2.15 pm.

We gather between 12.30 pm and 1 pm to share time together, over a cup of tea or coffee.   Some people bring a packed lunch.

Our current course is entitled “Getting to know your Bible better”, aiming to get a better overall understanding of our Bible: how, when where and why it was put together in the form we now have it.

Everyone is welcome to drop in and join us whenever you find yourself free.  We will welcome your company and your thoughts.

Barbara Pearson

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Well, the last month has really been spent on holiday, celebrating and getting over the flu – oh there has also been a bit of garden planning as well!!

As I said in the last article Jane and I were heading for the USA to celebrate her 60th and we had 15 lovely days in Los Angeles, San Diego and Las Vegas (although the weather in Las Vegas was seasonally cold!!). We did take in some ‘horticultural’ places of interest

We arrived home to a decorated house and we have since had new carpet fitted as well. As I write this, we have ordered our new three-piece suite and we are waiting for our curtains to be delivered. Unfortunately, not long after arriving home Jane came down with the horrible flu virus that is going around, which has unfortunately delayed all our ‘junk’ being put back – but the process has begun!! Flu did not stop Jane enjoying a couple of meals with friends for her a birthday and a picture of her birthday balloon figure is below.

So – what about the garden I hear you say!! I have taken some time to sort out all of my seeds and plan to get my chillies and tomatoes going in the coming month. I have bought my potatoes and they are now chitting in egg boxes. We have bought some compost so that we are ready to start with other seeds as well. Jane is planning to re-pot some of her roses and once her bulbs have died down, she will be planting a bed of poppies. Jane has ordered three big wooden planters, which are due to be delivered in the next few weeks and once she has these, she will plant them up with annuals. We are also planning to get a new garden shed this year as well and some new garden furniture!!

Well, a quiet month garden wise – but a busy month in all other aspects. Things will start to move more on the garden front in the coming weeks and we will have an update for you in a months’ time.

                                                                                                         Jane and Kyle