Tollgate Evangelical Church

An Independent Evangelical Church in Earlswood, Surrey UK

A family friendly church with
activities for all ages

We are an independent fellowship affiliated to the FIEC and situated in Redhill, Surrey. Tollgate is a family church with all age ranges represented and activities for everyone.

Sunday services include clear and practical teaching from the Bible together with worship through traditional hymns and modern songs. Children have their own activities during the service.

Sunday Services

It is no longer be necessary to register beforehand if you would like to join us for worship. Everyone is welcome and we will be able to sing our praises together. There will still be some precautionary measures in place and we would encourage you to wear a mask whilst in the building.

Our Sunday services take place in our building at 10:30am and 6:30pm. These are also available to stream via the links below.

The morning service we have is followed by time for fellowship and refreshments.

We run Crèche(ages 0-4), Spotlight (ages 4-10) and Engage (ages 10-14) during the morning service. The children leave for these part way through for some age appropriate Bible teaching and activities.

Every Thursday 10-11:30am. More information here

Most of our on-site activities are currently suspended and we will let you know when they resume.

We are continuing to broadcast our morning and evening
services online - on Mixlr and YouTube. Scroll down for Mixlr.

To view the live morning and evening worship please click the relevant link.

If you would like the words to the songs, they are below.

The mid-week meetings now take place in our building and through Zoom for those unable to join us.

PM 190921.pdf

Click on the panel above to hear the live broadcast of our services and midweek meetings - click it again to stop. You can also download the Mixlr app for your smartphone and then search for Tollgate.

Our Pastor has recorded two video presentations to promote the work of Day One
The Bible in the British Musem and The 400th anniversary of the Mayflower Pilgrims
Click the links to watch on Youtube