Matlock Moor Methodist Church

Latest News.

 The nearby Lumsdale Valley is closed: see ‘Community News’ for more details.

Matlock Moor collected an amazing total of £456 for Christian Aid: thank you all very much.

Our  ‘Keeping in Touch’ page gives you information and ideas about worship and reflection, shopping, and other matters, including ‘Fun!’

 Please also visit our facebook page  

We are happy to respond to any query or concern you may have: please use ‘Contact Us’.

CORONA VIRUS: Regretfully, we have had to close the Chapel & Community Centre so there will be no Sunday service and no mid-week activities until further notice.  For the latest guidance about the virus from the Methodist Church click here.

May you stay well at this difficult time.

Welcome to the Chapel & Community Centre

Matlock Moor Methodist Church, which opened as a Primitive Methodist Chapel in 1903, has been a centre for Christian worship and witness for over a century. Even though we now have to shut our doors we are keeping in touch with, and praying for, each other.  If you need help, or want people to pray for you, use ‘Contact Us’ to let us know and we will get back to you.

Please read our Mission Statement here.

We are a worshipping congregation – and will continue to be so throughout the COVID-19 crisis using on-line resources. We are very friendly and  – with the help of the community – we have organised regular events and will do so again once restrictions are lifted. With the extension and redecoration work finished we have more flexible space for community use and for worship and the regular mid-week activities for young, old and those in between will open again once we are allowed to do so.

We hope this web-site will give you an idea of who we are but if you want further information do use the ‘Contact Us’ tab and we will get back to you.

If you wish to arrange a wedding, baptism or funeral – please contact our Minister:

Rev’d Helen Penfold,  tel 01773 833242,  email [email protected]

“God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.”

(Psalm 46: 1)