Monyash Methodist Church
Christmas Tree festival this year was on the weekends of 30th November and 1st December & 7th & 8th December. Thanks to all who helped or came to support us. Some pictures from this event can be seen at the bottom of this page.
Monyash is a small village in the Derbyshire Dales, very popular with tourists and walkers exploring the dales and surrounding countryside.
It has a Parish church and a Methodist Chapel. The Chapel was built as a Primitive Methodist Chapel in 1835 and later, in 1888, our main chapel building was added.
We share our services with Flagg Chapel, alternating weekly normally at 2:30pm. See [this link] for more details
The Chapel hosts a gospel service which is held once a month and a Bible study group fortnightly.
There is Messy Church each month. As you can see from the pictures below this is an enjoyable time.
Although the pictures of the items made in “Messy Church” do not need explanation one is “Well Dressing” and the two figures are Noah and Mrs Noah with a lamb (Obviously!!) The pictures are lovely and colourful – and very much alive and happening.
We really appreciate the support especially at Messy Church of Deacon Lorraine Brown, Peak Park Rural Development Enabler.
We are currently raising money to improve our kitchen and toilet facilities to enable us to let the church out to outside groups. At the moment we have the Quilting Group who use our premises.
Annual Christmas Tree Festival .
We hold a Christmas Tree festival each year. This helps us to keep our Chapel open for the continued worship of God.
See some of the images from this years event below.
We are under the pastoral care of the Rev Andrew Parker