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Church in the Peak is a community of people from across the Peak District from all walks of life who enjoy being family, knowing Jesus and together being changed by Him.

How to Connect During Lockdown

We usually meet in Matlock every Sunday and in people’s homes during the week, with groups at Bakewell, Belper, Cromford, Matlock, Rowsley, & Wirksworth. However, whilst the Coronavirus lockdown is in place, we’re meeting remotely over Facebook and Zoom meetings. We’re constantly trying to find new ways to stay connected with our Church family whilst remaining physically distant. You can catch up with our talks on our podcast, search Church in the Peak on any podcast service, your mobile device, smart speaker or click the button below.

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Jigsaw Foodbank

Our foodbank continues to run throughout lockdown supporting some of the most vulnerable people in our community. We have also scaled up our operation in response to the increasing need due to Covid-19. If you would like to support this ministry then please contact us or donate financially.

Our foodbank operates on a referral only basis, but if you are in need of help from the foodbank then please do one of the following:

If you are from a professional body and need to refer a client then please use this form: (Word | pdf)


During lock down we are managing cases remotely. Please phone or email to get in contact.

t: 07437 439961      e: [email protected]


Would you like to give to the Church and help us bless others?

If so, you can do so here, including giving to specific ministries such as Jigsaw.


COVID - 19

During the current outbreak Church life looks a little different:

Our Church meetings are streamed to our facebook page.

Small groups are either meeting online or in socially distanced settings. 

Foodbank & CMA Debt Centre are still operating - further details on the website.

other ministries are currently paused and will reopen in line with government guidelines