Over the years we've met in a number of different places - including an Anglican Church and a local charity's HQ (Click on the "Missions" tab above for more about the charity).
In July 2008, by God's grace, we were able to purchase this lovely 19th century former Methodist Chapel which is where we meet to this day.
You're assured a warm welcome at Buxton Community Church. If you live in Buxton or the surrounding area (or even if you are just visiting this lovely part of the world) why not join our Sunday morning worship?
Are you looking for a church where everyone is perfect? Where children remain silent and sit in their seats - as 'good as gold' - all through the service? Where 'regulars' frown at folks who 'dress funny' or have 'strange hairstyles' or tattoos? Then maybe we're not the church for you.
You'd be very welcome - of course - but then so is everyone else!
We're a church made up of ordinary, imperfect people - with every background imaginable.
Rather than being a place where people who feel far from God are met with shame, guilt, and condemnation, Jesus leads us to be a family that extends His grace, mercy, and forgiveness to everyone. No matter what you’ve been through or what questions you might have, we want you to be a part of the family.
Come, check us out. We don't bite. We're just ordinary folk who love God and do our best to love each other. Come see us on Sunday and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and biscuits before the service) Click on the 'Diary' tab for the times of our services and to see details of other meetings and events.
One Purpose, One Heart, One Mind...
Hosting the Presence of God
PLEASE NOTE: In compliance with concerning the Coronavirus pandemic we have cancelled, until further notice, all gatherings at church - including Sunday services. In the meantime we have resurrected our so that we can post teaching. Do let us know if you are self-isolating or are in need of anything - even just a chat - and contact Jo or Ollie for further information or advice. Keep in touch with and love one another.
May God bless you. Oliver