A special welcome if you are on holiday in the area and are thinking of worshipping with us, we start at 10:45am Sundays and we aim to be suitable for all ages, including crèche facilities.
St Mary’s Cromford have an early 9:30am service though there is no specific provision for children or youth. However on the second Sunday of each month St Mary’s congregation meet with the Methodist congregation at Cromford at 10:30am.
Through this site our hope is that you might gain a flavour of the life of the church and a sense of the warmth of God’s love that has changed so many lives. Whatever your reason for visiting, more than anything else we want you to know about the life that can be found in Jesus Christ and how much of a difference this has made to us.
We seek to pursue excellence in evangelism, worship, discipleship, service and fellowship.
We would be delighted to hear from you, if you think we may be able to serve you in some way.
Matlock Bath is made up of three major communities, residents, traders and tourists. Holy Trinity church is the only centre for worship in Matlock Bath village. Over the years lots of prayer and a variety of outreach events have taken place to reach members of the Parish. The Church building was partly re-ordered in 2012 and has a new kitchen and toilets, and we have begun work on further re-ordering. Community use of the building is increasing being hired by DaleDiva and the Associated Board of the Royal School of Music. Holy Trinity School also come to the church building for Collective Worship each Monday at 9:00am, Special Services, School Leavers Service and as part of the RE curriculum.
|Holy Trinity church is the only centre for worship in Matlock Bath village, but has strong links with both churches in Cromford, and also with other churches in Matlock.
We are working and praying towards changes in our buildings and attitudes which will make us more user-friendly and more available to the community at large.
Important Notes for Our Visitors:
We especially welcome you to Church if you are visiting. Thank you for joining us.
Should you require non-alcoholic juice, please pick up a RED card from the front-left pew and show it to the Communion administrators. The smaller chalice will contain non-alcoholic juice. Should you require wheat and gluten free wafers, please take a YELLOW card. We welcome all to the Lord’s Table who are in fellowship in their own church, and who know and love the Lord Jesus.
Some Helpful Information:
A loop system is installed in church. Some of our sermons can be downloaded from our website or simply listened to then and there. There is a Crèche Room at the back of church. As yet we don’t have Children or Youth church at St Mary’s, however we do at Holy Trinity where young visitors are welcome to join our Young People as they leave for their children/youth church. At Holy Trinity, we do not take a collection, but should you wish to give, there are boxes at the sides of the doors into the body of the Church. A Collection is taken during a hymn at St Mary’s.
- Ministers: Everyone
- HT Church Wardens: Mike Pilling, John Entwistle
- St Mary’s Church Warden: Tom Bradley
- Vicar: Nick Grayshon Tel: 01629 583924
- Web: HT www.holytrinitymatlockbath.org.uk
- Web St Mary’s www.st-marys-cromford.co.uk
- Email for both churches: firstname.lastname@example.org
Car Parking at Holy Trinity Church for Sunday Services
If you park in the Pay & Display car park because the Church car park is full, you must put a parking fee ticket on your car for the required time, presently £2.20. Someone has recently received a car parking fine as they didn’t have a ticket. Alternative free parking is by the New Bath Hotel, turning immediate right before it onto common land. It’s an easy walk to church from there..WP (weather permitting)!
Please put vouchers in the box on the table at the back of HT Church.
Holy Trinity now has a Wi-Fi connection.
Should you wish to use it please ask Caroline in the Church Office for the Password.
Please do not give it to anyone outside the congregation.
Our thanks to Allen for his work on this and the HT website.