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Administrator

Administrator

Our postal and office address:

Derby Church House
Full Street
Derby
DE1 3DR

Telephone: 01332 388650

Email: enquiries@derby.anglican.org

For more detailed contact information, please refer to our Who's Who page


For SatNav directions, please use DE1 3DR. However, please note that the car park behind Derby Church House (Derby Cathedral Car Park) is contract-only Monday-Friday and so unavailable to visitors. Paid parking is available at Chapel Street Multistorey Car Park (DE1 3GU), Park Safe (Bold Lane) DE1 3NT and the Assembly Rooms Car Park (DE1 3AF). Derby Cathedral Car Park is available as paid parking on Saturdays and Sundays.


Parishes are at the heart of the life and work of the Church of England in the Diocese of Derby.

A parish consists of the baptised people of God in a certain geographical location.

Parishes have a combination of clergy and laity who work together to ensure that local resource are used to make words and work of Jesus known locally.

There are regular services, opportunities for baptism, weddings, funerals and blessings.

To find your local parish church – please use our search facility below.

 

Parish Focus - stories from individual parishes

Find a Parish:

Use our Search facility below to find your local parish church.

Key to symbols:

  Full disabled access Full disabled access   Audio induction loop available Audio induction loop available
  Partial disabled access Partial disabled access   Large print hymn books available Large print hymn books available
  Disabled toilet available Disabled toilet available   Projection System in use (digital and/or OHP) Projection System in use (digital and/or OHP)

Please note that all details are based on information provided by parishes, and maybe subject to change without notice. If in doubt, please contact the parish concerned.

Powered by the Derby Church Net Find a Church database.

 

Project Fund Guidance

The Project fund comes from the Diocesan Budget and is supplemented by gifts from parochial organisations. Recipient organisations are shown in the Council’s minutes and in the Annual Report.

Applications are welcomed from churches and church partnerships in Derbyshire.

Priorities will be given to

  • Start up grants to voluntary organisations working in social justice/social care/community development or regeneration.
  • Groups with special needs or communities experiencing significant deprivation.
  • Work in keeping with the priorities set by the Council for Social Responsibility.

Groups need to operate within the Derby Diocese geographically (approximately Derbyshire).

Maximum grant is £1000.

Where grants are made, receipts and the next annual report will be requested and the group may expect to receive a follow up visit from a member of the Council for Social Responsibility.

Decisions are made quarterly as applications come in.

If no constitution is provided please state how the initiative is managed and who the responsible body is.

We are grateful for the donations made by various Christian Groups across the Diocese which have supplemented this fund in recent years. Donations can be made to the FiA office, cheques payable to “Derby Diocesan Board of Finance”.

 

Please download the application form here: {docs}project-fund{/docs}

Derby Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Chaplaincy Services at the Royal Derby Hospital and the London Road Community Hospital

When in hospital, very often patients and carers value the opportunity to discuss spiritual matters with a chaplain or simply to be given time and a listening ear.

The Chaplaincy Team is ecumenical (Church of England, Roman Catholic and Free Church). However, we are very happy to offer time and support to anyone regardless of their faith, religious affiliation or belief system. We recognise and respect the uniqueness and dignity of each patient and maintain a confidential and non-judgmental approach. We welcome any patient who feels they may benefit from a chaplaincy visit. A chaplain can be contacted by asking the switchboard operator to bleep the on-call chaplain.

A chaplain is on-call at all times and if requested is able to contact the patient's local priest or minister, as well as leaders of most religions. Worship is provided on Sunday mornings and during the week at the Royal Derby Hospital. The Chapel at the London Road Community Hospital is open between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. The Faith Centre at the Royal Derby Hospital is always open for quiet and reflection. All are welcome to use these facilities.

Chaplaincy Service Volunteers:

There is a team of trained volunteers that work with Chaplaincy. These are Chaplaincy Visitors, Emergency Department Support Team, Chapel Assistants, Eucharistic Ministers and Centre Host/Hostesses. Our volunteers come from a variety of backgrounds. If you are interested in volunteering please contact us for more information.

Key Contacts:

The Royal Derby Hospital Chaplaincy
(01332) 789500 (internally 89500)

Palliative/Cancer Care Nightingale Macmillan Unit Chaplain
Tel: (01332) 783351 (internally 83351)

London Road Community Hospital Chaplaincy
Tel: (01332) 789500 (internally 89500)

You can contact us by email too:

chaplaincy@derbyhospitals.nhs.uk

WORSHIP

The Faith Centre Chapel at the Royal Derby Hospital is where the Sunday morning service is held at 10 a.m. Midweek Holy Communion is at 1 p.m. on Wednesdays.

At the Royal Derby Hospital there is also a Prayer Room. This is a space for people of all faiths or none. The Prayer Room is where Jum'ah Prayers are held on Friday at 1.30 p.m.
There is a service at the London Road Community Hospital at 1.45 p.m. each Monday.
Please contact Chaplaincy for details of services at the Nightingale MacMillan Unit.

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