20th Anniversary Celebration Service – Frequently Asked Questions
Can I bring a friend?
Is it suitable for young children?
We welcome all ages, however, we can't provide any creche facilities.
What time does it finish?
The event should be finished by 4.45, to be followed by birthday cake and drinks.
Where can I get a meal – before or after?
The Woodman serves a wide variety of food: Follow this link to find out more about the Woodman
Does the event cost anything?
No – but there will be an opportunity to donate towards the ongoing work of the charity.
I’m coming by train. How long a walk is it?
Exiting the station turn right and take the diagonal path across Ashtead Common towards the main road. The pub and Christian Centre will be visible. It’s about a 5 minute walk.
Is there blue badge parking?
There are 3 spaces at the back of St George's Christian Centre (accessed from Oakfield Road), also in front of The Woodman pub.
What sort of refreshments will there be?
TTR Birthday Cake plus other cakes, tea, coffee and cold drinks.
What about dietary requirements?
There will be gluten/dairy free alternatives but please request in advance.
Is the building accessible to wheelchair users?
Yes, there is a ramp, wide doors and an accessible toilet.
I am a disabled person – will I be able to participate?
Please tell us your needs and we will certainly do our best to accommodate them.
I can’t come but I would like to donate.
Thank you! The quickest way is to phone 01372 749955 with your card, post a cheque (payable to Through the Roof) to PO Box 353, Epsom, KT18 5WS or visit www.justgiving.com/TTR.
Who is Rev Jonathan Edwards?
Jonathan is a former leader of the Baptist Union of GB. He has personal experience of disability through his adult son who has autism.
How far is it from Junction 9 of the M25?
About 5 -7 minutes by car. Follow signs to Epsom and Ashtead, which will bring you on to the A24. Turn left by the Brewery Inn, opposite the Leg of Mutton and Cauliflower, into Woodfield Lane. At the bottom turn left towards the pond and the venue is on the left. Park at the far end of The Woodman car park (the landlady has given permission).
What is the dress code?
Whatever you feel comfortable wearing
What form will the service take?
Mixture of worship songs - led by blind worship leader, Thuy Mallieu, and short presentations about the work of TTR; 2 readings, prayers, 2 short DVDs (one from Joni and one new one about TTR); guest speaker Jonathan Edwards, collection for TTR, then cake!