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A Message from the Minister

Singing is good for your health

While we are ‘staying at home’ many people are finding new ways of communicating messages of hope with others, one notable way they are doing this is through song and sharing video clips on YouTube.

Singing is particularly important for us as Methodists as we were ‘Born in Song’ and still continue today ‘Singing the Faith’.

Yesterday I listened to two doctors from Minnesota singing John Lennon’s song ‘Imagine’, they believe music has a place to play in healing. On the video clip Dr William Robinson said “Music is one of the dominant players in the art of medicine. It kind of brings about a certain level of healing that’s really hard to do with any sort of pill or surgery or anything like that.”

Today I listened to a father and daughter singing ‘The Prayer’, from their own home. It touched my heart and brought tears to my eyes. When we sing, or listen to, songs of faith the words and music can reach even deeper into our hearts bringing healing and wholeness.

The song ‘The Prayer’ includes the following words;


I pray you’ll be our eyes

And watch us where we go

And help us to be wise

In times when we don’t know


Let this be our prayer

When we lose our way

Lead us to a place

Guide us with your grace

To a place where we’ll be safe.


I pray we’ll find your light

And hold it in our hearts

When the stars go out each night

Remind us where you are.


Let this be our prayer.


Listen to the daughter and dad duet singing ‘The Prayer’ here



Keep Singing the Faith

Rev Gill



A Prayer for all from The Revd Barbara Glasson, President of the Methodist Conference


Loving God,

If we are ill, strengthen us.

If we are tired, fortify our spirits.

If we are anxious, help us to consider the lilies of the field and the birds of the air.

Help us not to stockpile treasures from supermarkets in the barns of our larders.

Don’t let fear cause us to overlook the needs of others more vulnerable than ourselves.

Fix our eyes on your story and our hearts on your grace.

Help us always to hold fast to the good,

See the good in others,

And remember there is just one world, one hope,

One everlasting love, with baskets of bread for everyone.

In Jesus we make our prayer,

The one who suffered, died and was raised to new life,

In whom we trust these days and all days,





We are located in the suburbs of  Derby, England and hope that you will join us in fellowship either physically or through this website.

Our Mission is to develop a church family which is continually growing

in Christian faith, worship and outreach so that all may know

the love of God through Christ.

We are a lively church, maintaining a strong relationship with the community of Mickleover from this site for the last 100 years. In the year 2000 we rebuilt our premises to provide a versatile and pleasant venue for church and community activities.

We have an extensive programme of activity for children and families, from newborn babies to teenagers, including an OFSTED recognised Preschool and Girl’s Brigade, Beavers, Cubs and Scouts.

For older people, we have many alternatives of spiritual, social and informative activities to meet most needs. We are also actively involved in the Mickleover Live at Home Scheme supporting housebound people in Mickleover.

Our services are mainly traditional with growing opportunities for alternative worship. More details of our church organisation and activities can be found in a brochure that can be downloaded here



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