Hello, and a warm welcome to the website of
Spondon Methodist Church.
Recordings of our ‘lockdown’ services are available by clicking the Services link in the menu bar above.
There will be holding an act of worship at 10:30. You can enter the service by following this link:
or by going to the Zoom website and using these details:
Meeting ID: 827 0960 1674
If you don’t have access to the internet, you can dial into the service by dialing one of the numbers below. Calls are charged at standard rates.
Dial by your location
+44 208 080 6591 United Kingdom
+44 208 080 6592 United Kingdom
+44 330 088 5830 United Kingdom
+44 131 460 1196 United Kingdom
+44 203 481 5240 United Kingdom
Meeting ID: 771 4334 5903
Due to the current situation, the church building is currently closed. All events planned to be held in the building have been postponed. Further information will be posted here when available.
However, the Church is still ‘open’ and should you need to contact us please contact your pastoral visitor, the minister (Colin), our Lay Worker (Judith) or by using the details on the contact us page.
We are proud of the community of Spondon and to play a part in the life of this village, just as generations before us have. Find out more about our church on the other pages.
Better still, why not come and join us in our regular Sunday acts of worship or other church activities. The congregation is made up of, and also welcomes, people of all ages and backgrounds. It is fully accessible for people with disabilities and there is a system to help those with hearing difficulties.
After our services people stay and chat over a cup of tea or coffee. In keeping with our beliefs of helping those less fortunate we serve Fairtrade products.
The church is a landmark building, situated at the junction of the A52 and Lodge Lane North. Indeed many people tell strangers visiting Spondon to turn off the A52 when they see the church on the corner.
The building actually started serving the people of Spondon in 1934, years before the A52 (formerly known as the Borrowash bypass) was laid as part of the route between Derby and Nottingham. Further up the hill is the parish church of St Werburgh, which is centuries older. Though different, both churches are a testament to God’s love for the world, it’s people and the village of Spondon here in the city of Derby.
Serving, Caring, Praying for you.