St Andrew's Chesterfield & Holymoorside Churches

picture of the refreshed logo of the United Reformed Church showing a solid cross with rough ends and the Ichthus fish

Two United Reformed Churches
in Chesterfield

St Andrew's on Newbold Road (left)
   Holymoorside on Cotton Mill Hill (right)

You are invited to join us for worship and at our many events during the week.

St Andrew's morning service is at 11.00am.
Holymoorside's morning service is at 9.30am.
On the third Sunday of each month both Churches are worshipping together in each other's Church.
In an odd numbered month the joint service will be held at St Andrew's Church at 10.30am
and in an even numbered month the joint service will be held at Holymoorside Church at 10.00am.

The Plight of the 'Windrush' Generation

Thousands of men and women who arrived in the UK as children during the first wave of Commonwealth immigration after the second World War, now face being threatened with deportation. Read about their plight here.

Military Action in Syria

The United Reformed Church condemns the military action in Syria

Church House Honours Revd Dr Martin Luther King

Church House, London, honours the Reverend Dr Martin Luther King on the 50th anniversary of his untimely death on 5 April 1968. Read about it here.

ECO Church - Birds

picture of a swan on waterAccording to the recent UK Bird Report, bird behaviour is changing.

Rising temperatures affect birds and the changes in behaviour seen are consistent with a warming climate.

President-elect of Australian church visits Church House

Read all about the visit of Dr Deidre Palmer to Church House here.

Dr Deidre Palmer, President-elect of the Uniting Church in Australia, visited the URC’s London office on 12 March 2018, while on a short holiday with her family.

Awareness of Fairtrade fortnight and Chaplain's service

Fairtrade fortnight runs from 26 February to 11 March 2018.

Fairtrade Fortnight celebrates the Fairtrade movement which supports the farmers who grow the food we eat, promoting a living wage and fair trade.

It is a shocking fact that millions of farmers and workers who produce the food we eat still do not earn enough to feed their own families. It is time for this injustice to end. Fairtrade Fortnight puts a spotlight on trade. When trade is fair it has the potential to improve the lives of the people who grow our food. 

CWM’s legacies of slavery project continues with third hearing

A project exploring the legacies of the transatlantic slave trade held its third hearing in Jamaica in February 2018.

ECO Church - Potential help to reduce carbon emissions.

ECO Church - Potential help to reduce carbon emissions.

UK Agriculture may be able to help reduce carbon dioxide emissions through organic farming.

Nutritionally, it has been shown that organic crops - vegetables, fruit. pulses and cereals - are up to 60% higher in different antioxidants than non-organic crops. Having an organic seal allows us to know that every stage of production has been carefully inspected to ensure that it meets the best standards.

Show the environment some love on Valentine's Day

Show the environment some love on Valentine's Day, 14 February 2018.

Watch a film, 'The Very Hot Snowman', read about Climate Change and the Climate Coalition here.

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