During the “lock downs” we were not able to meet in person but we were encouraged in exploring new ways of being church and supporting each other.  We are now pleased to say that we are now worshipping in church each Sunday.  We recognise the restrictions – wearing masks, careful seating arrangements etc etc, but it is a delight to be back again worshipping together.  .   

Homemade Easter Cards

Easter Creativity

For the past few years we have decorated a cross in church on Easter Sunday with daffodils. As we couldn't ...
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God will strengthen us

Maureen, one of our members, has shared the following with us. I have found a book written by Delia Smith ...
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Virtual Star Disc Sunrise Service

Instead of meeting at the Star Disc to celebrate Easter Morning as Churches Together as usual you can download this ...
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Food Bank

We normally have a collection point in church for Jigsaw, our local foodbank run by Church in the Peak ...
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Worship on Zoom

We are offering the following opportunities for worship, using the web conferencing facility Zoom. Maundy Thursday: a short, reflective service ...
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Flower

A prayer for us to be present with others

A prayer by Tim, a member of our church: Wounded Healer, be with us so we can be with others ...
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Stay Safe and Well

Stay safe and well

Florence from Sunday Explorers has painted some rainbows that we will be displaying outside the church as signs of hope ...
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Prayer for NHS and key workers

We have had a prayer request asking us all to pray for NHS and Key workers who work tirelessly to ...
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Lotus Flower Sketch

Learning from the lotus flower

As we can't meet on Sundays our Sunday Explorers (children and young people) have been set challenges for Sunday mornings ...
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Pastoral Letter

Pastoral LetterPastoral letter West Derbyshire URC March 2020[18140] ...
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Past Event: Harvest Thanksgiving

On Sunday 1st October our Harvest Thanksgiving and Communion Service was be led by our Minister Revd Camilla Veitch.   Camilla’s theme ...
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