St John's Methodist Church, Hayfield

St John's Methodist Church at HayfieldSituated on the edge of the Peak District National Park in North Derbyshire, St John’s is one of the oldest Methodist Chapels in the world. For it’s simple beauty and historical interest it is a Grade 2 listed building.

The chapel is fully equipped with an induction loop, wheelchair access, facilities for the disabled and comes complete with a Fair Trade stall.

An annual flower festival coinciding with the wells dressings, brings many people to our beautiful chapel.

Complete with car park and small garden, for quiet outdoor space.

We are under the pastoral care of the Rev Keith Sandow.

Recently started having Messy Church sessions at 10am on a monthly basis. We also have an evening service once a month.

Any queries to Sheila Booth please email


Sundays: Messy Church – held once a month (not August )

Sundays: 10.45am Morning Service. We hold a service at Primrose Court from time to time, please see the plan for more details.

6pm Evening Service, usually on the third Sunday of the month – please see the plan for full information.

To find out more about our church [CLICK HERE]

To view our “Home Group” program [CLICK HERE]

Click here to find our location  High Peak partnership welcomes you


All of our Churches in the Partnership take safeguarding issues extremely seriously.

In each of our churches on the noticeboard contact details of the appointed church safeguarding officer are given.

Our Partnership Safeguarding Officer is Rev Andrew Parker whose contact details can be found on this website Menu under People.

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