Worship is also about bringing the work of our hands to God as we do when we work together
This is where we tell you that ordinary people can actually come to church and pray too.
Particularly in Eyam we feel the resonance as our prayers join those of the women and men who have gone before us in a company of voices which includes ordinary people as well as great saints.
... We want to serve our community and to provide opportunities for people to meet with Jesus Christ through our services and small groups, and when they visit our building.
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“A Heart for God and a Heart for our Community” is our motto at Eyam Parish Church. Our heart is to care for our community because people matter to God and therefore matter to us.
We have a Care Team at Eyam Church who are willing and able to lend a hand to help with short-term care needs in our community.
If you have a short-term need that we may be able to help with please contact the office, and a member of the Care Team will get in touch with you.
First Friday of each month – 12.00 noon to 1.30pm in Eyam Church Centre.
Homemade soup, fresh bread, homemade cakes and tea and coffee all for £3.00 – proceeds go to charities.
Every Friday 10.00 am to 12.00 noon – Eyam Church Centre.
Good coffee, tea and biscuits – a place where people of all ages from the village meet, along with visitors too, from the youngest child to the oldest adult.
All are welcome.
The prayer ministry team are available after every Sunday service to listen and to pray. Prayer and anointing for God's blessing are also offered during our Communion services.
We believe that this is one of the ways we can show the love of Jesus to anyone who visits our Church. We would consider it a joy and privilege to share prayer with you.
There is also a box to the right of the plague register in the church for prayer requests to be placed in confidence – the Prayer Ministry Team will pray through that request. We have received many notes of thanks over the years for prayer requests that have been answered as we have interceded, for which we offer thanks and praise to God.
First Saturday of each month at 10.00 am
• Life – What’s it all about? And where are we going?
• God – Does he exist? And, if so, what’s he like?
• Mess – Why is the world so messed up? And us too?
• Jesus – Who was he? And in today’s world, so what?
• Cross – What can Jesus’s death mean for us now?
• Onwards – How can I move on with God in my life?
If you’re looking for answers to questions about life and
the Christian faith, then why not make a Start! in 2018?
Each session involves DVD clips, discussion and time for reflection.
Start! is fun and it’s free.
Sundays at 4.30 pm in Eyam Church Centre, finishing by 6 pm
To find out more and to book your place, call Eyam Church Office
on 01433 630930