Church text for 2024
A warm welcome awaits visitors and locals at Holy Trinity ChurchHoly Trinity is a friendly Anglican church in the Carsington Deanery in the Diocese of Derby.
Welcome to Holy Trinity, Matlock Bath
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.
By putting our trust in Jesus Christ we know the reality of God's life and love poured into our hearts. This has changed us as people and continues to do so. We are very ordinary people, not at all special and so we know that what we have received is not something we have deserved, or in any way earned, but is given freely.
We want you to know about the power of God's love through Jesus Christ, not because we want to make you like us, but because our experience of Christ is the greatest treasure we know. To keep this to ourselves, or allow such knowledge to be obscured by many other words which are of lesser importance, would be very wrong. So above all we trust that this site accurately reflects our lives together and bears witness to the wonderful gift of lives made new in Christ.
We have agreed that our desire is:-
- to be a growing and hospitable church, committed to the re-evangelisation of this area, progressive, prayerful and scriptural.
- to be a church engaged with and serving the wider community, distinctively devoted to God and known for being joyful, generous and compassionate.
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.
St Mary's church Cromford
St Helens Darley Dale
Worship on a Sunday at Holy Trinity
|All Age Family Worship
Services start at 10.45am
with creche, junior church and youth church at every service.
After the service we enjoy tea and coffee together.
Services this week
Readings: 1 Samuel 1: 20-end and Luke 2: 33-35