Find places of worship in Ashbourne. Listings include Ashbourne Elim Church, The Oratory of St Raphael & All Angels, Ashbourne Foodbank, St Oswald's Church, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, Ashbourne Methodist Church and Little Sparkles. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.
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The Ashbourne Foodbank - Managed by Ashbourne Elim Church. The Ashbourne Foodbank is designed to help local individuals and families in crisis, through the provision of emergency food supplies.
We are a large, Cathedral like church in Derbyshire overseeing five smaller village churches. We have a full robed choir, opportunity to have BCP worship, Common worship services and a more relaxed Breakfast church for families once a month.
Ashbourne is a family church which offers a warm welcome and a range of activities for all ages. You can find more at our website http://www.ashbournemethodist.org.uk
Each week during term time we run a 'Toddler Group' open to the whole community, offering parents, carers and grandparents the chance to meet others and for their children to make new friends. (Donation of £1 per Family)
The Benefice of Brailsford is 5 churches, Brailsford, Edlaston, Osmaston, Shirley and Yeaveley to the south of the Derbyshire dales. Please do visit us.
The Free Protestant Episcopal Church was formed in London in 1897 and was tacitly recognised by law as a denomination in 1917. It is part of the Anglican Free Communion
Working with Ashbourne Methodist Church encouraging children and families in relationship with God. NOW FURLOUGHED