We offer a sincere, loving welcome to all in Christian worship.  Our services are at 10am each Sunday.  Some of our congregation are wearing masks and there is plenty of room (having a balcony) for spacious seating. 

SERVICES ONLINE VIA YOUTUBE

Our Sunday services are streamed online via YouTube.  If you wish to join us and share in worship online via YouTube please contact Bernard Russell on russellb638@gmail.com who will make the necessary arrangements.

The services are as follows:

5th May at 10am – Revd Deborah Baird – Holy Communion.

12th May at 10am – Mr Mark Renshaw. 

12th May at 6pm – Joint Service for the beginning of Christian Aid Week at St Mary’s Church, Wirksworth. This will be preceded by refreshments in The Maltings from 4.30pm with some history/photos etc to celebrate 50 years of the Wirksworth Christian Aid Group.

19th May at 10am – Mrs Val Smith.

26th May at 10am – Revd Sue Powell.

Unfortunately at the present time there is no wheelchair access to the interior of this church. The sanctuary has varying levels and is accessed by four steps.

Sunday Explorers 

Children are invited to “explore” God’s Word together and activities are held in the side room during the morning service.  The young people share with the congregation what they have been doing as “Sunday Explorers”. 


Communion Services

Communion is shared on the first Sunday of every month.    Everyone who wishes to respond to God’s grace in Jesus Christ is welcome to share, including children if their parents or carers are happy for them to do so.  


Special Services

We hold special services at Harvest, Easter, Christingle, FairTrade Fortnight, Christian Aid Week and for Leprosy Mission. Along with the other churches in Wirksworth we hold services for Week of Prayer for Christian Unity and other occasions.


 COVID  

We continue to be careful and sit as spaced out as much as possible.  If people are concerned about sitting close to others and there is the balcony available and some of our members / friends do use the balcony when attending worship which of course gives good social distancing. 

We serve tea and coffee after services again, these will be served in the pews to those who wish to remain for a drink. (We do not serve tea/coffee after a communion service.)