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Launch of Friends of St John’s, Tideswell

Lots going on at St John the Baptist Tideswell this Sunday (14th July) when we welcome Bishop Jan to help launch the Friends of St John’s. She will be first to do the dramatic tower drop, descendFullSizeRendering 40′ inside the tower, still space for a few more if you are interested!

Details on the FofStJ Website  (www.cathedralofthepeaktideswell.org.uk)

Come along between about 11am and 3pm to see the Tower beautifully dressed with shirts donated by local people or watch the abseil, home made refreshments available.

 

Visit the Replica Cathedral of the Peak on Saturday 27th July, 1-5pm

Friends of St Johns are hosting a garden party to raise much needed funds for St Johns Church.
All are welcome to visit a mini version of the Cathedral of the Peak.image
Take a tour and share memories of this unusual building which we believe was made about 100 years ago by Cameron Hill and friends.
Tea, cakes, games, raffle, and “tower tours” for those with no head for heights.
A minimum donation of £5 is requested for entrance to support this worthy cause.
Saturday 27th July, 1:00pm until 5:00pm  
Foxlowe House, Sherwood Rd, Tideswell. 

Shadows of the Past…..

The six hundred year long story of St. John the Baptist, Tideswell will be told during the village’s Wakes TP-195c-HGSJ_Tomb-2016and Well Dressing Week (June 22nd – 30th) with a unique art installation, “Shadows of the Past: A History of The Cathedral of the Peak in a Hundred People.” Short biographies of a hundred people whose lives have touched St. John’s will be displayed in a strikingly visual way, inviting visitors to take a walk through history, and to meet some remarkable people, such as the mysterious de Bowers, commemorated in the south transept (see picture). The church will be open from 10am to 6pm each day, with refreshments served until about 4pm, and entry is free. Find St. John’s on line, with information about church and tower tours: www.cathedralofthepeaktideswell.org.uk  and www.tideswellchurch.org
(Photo credit: Bernard O’Sullivan/Inside Out Photography)

Tideswell, St John the Baptist

A welcoming Christian presence to all in the heart of Tideswell based at the magnificent 14th century building known as the Cathedral of the Peak.

 

Friends of the Cathedral of the Peak

Find out more about the Friends of St John the Baptist Church at:

Friends of The Cathedral of the Peak

There is an extensive article on the history of Tideswell church on Wikipedia!

Your Invitation!

St John the Baptist Church is at the heart of the Derbyshire village of Tideswell in the Peak District National Park. Since the 14th Century, our historic building has been home to a lively and creative Christian Community and is to this day!

Look out for cafe church, a great opportunity to meet us and enjoy fantastic coffee and muffins! Search for “Taste and See” for more details or check out the calendar.

The Church building is open each day from 9am to 6pm, call in and explore if you are visiting the area or calling at a local event. Our church is in the Diocese of Derby and part of the Church of England, working closely with other churches in the area.

 

 

 

Services

There is a service of worship at St John the Baptist Church in Tideswell every Sunday morning plus services in at least two of the village churches each sunday. Visitors to the area will be warmly welcomed. 

Our usual sunday pattern is……. 

8am Holy Communion, St John the Baptist, Tideswell (First sunday of each month). A quiet service without hymns, lasting about 30minutes.

9.30am Holy Communion, St John the Baptist, Tideswell (replaced by Taste and See, cafe style worship for all ages in the Church Institute on the 1st sunday of each month)

11am Holy Communion at Litton (1st and 3rd Sunday), Millers Dale (2nd Sunday) or Cressbrook (4th Sunday)

3pm Tea and Hymns at Cressbrook (2nd Sunday) an informal service with prayer and readings plus popular hymns.

3pm Roots and Shoots at Wormhill on the 3rd Sunday of each month (replaces evening service)

6.30pm Evening Service at Wormhill (usually Holy Communion on 2nd and 4th Sunday, Evening Prayer on 1st sunday but this may vary).

There is also a service of Holy Communion in the Lady Chapel at John the Baptist, Tideswell at 9.15am each Tuesday morning.

Please ring 01298 871317 if you need directions or want to check details.

St. Johns Doorway