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St. Mary the Virgin
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Last updated 6 Jan 2019
This site contains information about St Mary the Virgin Church, Denby, Derbyshire. The existing Church dates from 1135 AD.
Regular services are held at St Mary’s every Sunday at 10.00 am. For current services over the next two months, see the link above. This site also contains information on the Church past, present and future.
For information on burial records, please see our page about the parish registers or come to our open mornings which are held every fourth Saturday each month from 10..00 am until 12.00 noon.
Information about the Church, its history, and pictures of St Mary’s can be found from the information page.
Welcome to the home page of
One of the oldest churches in the UK.
St Mary's at Denby is one of the Denby Group of Churches along wth St James', Codnor; St Luke's, Loscoe; St Clement's, Horsley and St Susanna's, Horsley Woodhouse.
The church is open every fourth Saturday (from March to November) from 10.00 am to 12.00 noon. Explore this beautiful building and enjoy a complimentary coffee or tea.
How to Contact Us
Contact a Group Administrator on 01332 880284
Alternatively, send an email to us.
Coffee Shop will re-
Sunday 24 February
10.00 am Memorial Service
To arrange a Baptism or Wedding
To arrange a baptism or wedding please call in at one of the regular Enquiry meetings which are held on the second and fourth Mondays of every month at
St Clement’s Church, Horsley, between 6.30 and 7.30 pm. If you are unable to attend an Enquiry meeting, please send an email to our Group Administrator or ring 01332 880284.
Please note that the church will be closed from Monday 7 January for 3 weeks while the lighting is replaced. It is hoped that the church will re-
The old lighting system has reached the end of its life and it was also becoming increasing dificult to purchase traditional (high wattage) light bulbs to fit the old pendants. The new system includes a high percentage of LED light fittings so the electricity consumption will decrease significantly with obvious environmental benefits.
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