St Giles, Marston Montgomery
St Giles is a lovely, basically Norman, church in the heart of the village of Marston Montgomery. Our worship style is middle of the road; we celebrate the Eucharist once a month (CW Order 1), and still enjoy a BCP Communion and Evening Prayer every other month. Baptisms are usually celebrated within the monthly Family Service.
St John, Alkmonton
Welcome to St. John's Church Alkmonton. Built in 1843 for William Evans Esq, Banker and Industrialist of Darley Abbey.
St. John's is a Grade ll Listed Building originally a Chapel of Ease for Longford, incorporating the Liberty of Hungry Bentley.
Our lovely pebble-dash Church sits peacefully alongside the quaint village of Alkmonton, that also has Medieval History. The Font in our Church is believed to be Norman and was found in the 19th Century in a nearby field from the old deserted village.
We have an ongoing History Group displaying various local History, Topics and Stories in Church for anyone to look at and enjoy.
"The parish of Alkmonton: St John is committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults. We follow the House of Bishops guidance and policies and have our own Parish Safeguarding Officer(s), PSOs. The Diocese of Derby’s safeguarding pages contain vital links and information including contacts for the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor (DSA) who advise our PSOs. If you are concerned that a child or adult has been harmed or may be at risk of harm please contact the DSA. If you have immediate concerns about the safety of someone, please contact the police and your local authority Children or Adults Services."
THE PARISH CHURCH OF ST ANDREW, CUBLEY
Our church of St Andrew is one of the architectural gems of Derbyshire. Along with the Manor House it was mentioned in the Doomsday book in 1086; the remains of the Manor house moat can be seen across the road opposite the church. There is herringbone stone work on the north side of the church which may be Saxon; the church tower dates from the reign of Henry VIII; but there is something to see from almost every period of English history. The Eucharist is celebrated on the original medieval stone altar which was recovered for liturgical use by a former rector. It is of such a size and quality that it was probably fashioned to hold part of the relics of St Andrew.
Our services range from traditional Book of Common Prayer Evensong to Family Service and The Holy Eucharist. On the first Sunday of the month the Eucharist is celebrated in one of the churches of the South Dales Benefice of which we are a part.
St Paul's Parish Church, Scropton (and Foston)
The church of St Paul was rebuilt in 1855-56. It has a prominent tower with a pyramid roof. The old school house also has a tower and was also built in 1856. The church contains 16 memorial headstones supplied by the Imperial War Graves Commission to mark the graves of airmen from overseas who died whilst serving with the RAF Training Squad based at nearby Church Broughton airfield.
It also contains the tomb chest of Nicholas Agard (died 1510) and his 2 wifes. His son Arthur Agard (1540-1615) was an authority on ancient manuscripts and heraldry and a founder member of the Society of Antiquaries. He is buried at Westminster Abbey.
The Parish Church of St Peter & St Blaise (St P&B) Somersal Herbert
St Peter & St Blaise is a peaceful village church in the lower dove valley south of Ashbourne. It is noted for its healing and retreat ministry. Our services are simple but dignified. We use the Common Praise hymnbook but are quite used to Taize and modern worship songs. We seek to be an inclusive community. We operate an 'open altar' policy at all our eucharists - all who love the Lord Jesus are welcome to share his body and blood at Holy Communion. On fifth Sundays we do not hold a service but have an event such as a Parish Breakfast, Harvest Lunch or Supper, Afternoon Tea. Everyone is welcome and our church is open 24/7. We are members of The Small Pilgrim Place movement.
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The Parish Church of All Saints', Sudbury
Welcome to All Saint's, Sudbury.
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