Welcome to the home page of Denby Church,one of the oldest churches in England with a history going back to 1135.
Educational grants available - See detailsHow to Contact UsTo contact the Group Administrator ring 01332 880284 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.orgFor general information, email@example.com SafeguardingAt its meeting in November 2019, Denby Parochial Church Council adopted the Church of England House of Bishops' Policy - Promoting a Safer Church.If you have any safeguarding concerns, please contact our Parish Safeguarding Officer: tel 07594 216232 or email: firstname.lastname@example.orgFor further information, see our page on safeguarding Denby Group of ChurchesSt 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
Churchyard Regulations There are Churchyard Regulations governing what can and cannot be placed on or near graves in the churchyard. An extract of the full regulations is available in the porch for you to read. If you require a copy of the full regulations, which includes the requirements for headstones, please email email@example.com
Latest UpdateCurrently two services are being held each month - normally on the 1st and 3rd Sundays in each month. Social distancing has been reduced to 1 metre. Please note that face coverings are strongly recommended to be worn throughout the service. Further details here.The Church of England website has a selection of daily worship and prayers.Carol Service 19th December at 10.00 amIt will be necessary to book a place for the Carol Servicetoensurethat theCovidcapacityofthechurchisnotexceededandthateveryoneiskept safe.Youcanrequestaplacebyemailingusorbytelphoning01332 881025.Apologies if you are unsuccessful in getting a place.Carols in the Churchyard 24th December - CANCELLEDTheParochialChurchCouncilhasdecidedreluctatntlythattheCarolsinthe ChurchyardeventplannedforChristmasEvemustbecancelled.Thisisdue totheproblemsoforganisingtheeventsafelywhenover100adultsand childrenarenotabletoenterthechurchbuildingasthisnumberwouldfar exceed the Covid capacity and also present normal health & safety concerns.