The Mickleover Methodist Church Logo represents the Church reflecting the love of Christ on the Cross by welcoming the whole community to share in the Methodist Church Centre


Station Rd, Mickleover, Derby, DE3 9GH

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Church office 01332 735052 or click to email

Find us


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.

Our Minister

Rev Greg Obong-



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We are a lively church, maintaining a strong relationship with the 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 Playgroup and Girl's Brigade, Beavers, Cubs and Scouts.

For older people, we have we have many alternatives of spiritual, social and informative activities to meet most needs. A Live at Home Scheme helping volunteers to support  housebound people also operates from the premises.

Our services are mainly traditional with growing opportunities for alternative worship. 

For Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals contact the Minister

If you would like to know more about events or hire a room, please contact the Church Office

Our main activities are listed on this page and you can find out more about many of them by clicking on the titles.




Children and Families worker


Kevin Hill



Children and Families Worker


10.00 am Morning worship

All Age worship - 4th Sunday of month

Communion - 3rd Sunday of Month


6.30 pm Evening Worship

Communion - 2nd Sunday of month

Regular events for  Families

Spark to a Flame

Second Sunday in the Month, at 10.00am concurrent

 with Morning Worship 

Service of Alternative Worship for all ages

Wednesday Prayers

9.30 - 10.00am









Spark to a Flame 


is a service of alternative worship held

concurrently with the Morning Service at 10 am

on the second Sunday in the month


Next Spark to a Flame - 12th March




The next

 Messy Church 

will be on Tuesday 7th March 4pm to 6pm

.Do come along and join in the fun




Messy Church 

First Tuesday in the month 4 - 6 pm.

Games , Worship, Activities and a Meal

Prayer Meeting

7.30 pm -  Third Thursday of month.

Prayer and meditation for our church an community

Dads and Lads Breakfast

Saturday mornings once a quarter. 

Watch for the adverts


 7.30pm, Alternate Mondays, 

Ecumenical Bible Study

Regular events for  YOUNGSTERS

House Groups

Thursday Mornings and  Evenings  

Contact Church Office for Details

Sunday School

10 am, first and 3rd or 4th Sunday

 of month (alternating)

Wesley Guild

7.30 pm on Wednesdays. 

Enjoy fellowship &

entertaining and informative programme

New Baby 

 Fridays at 1.30 pm (8 week series)

Supporting new parents. Details from Corinne

Women's Fellowship

2.30 pm Tuesdays. Fellowship and a programme of talks for ladies

Go Fish

9.15  - 11.15 am, Fridays, term time

Play, Book and Toy Library, for babies, toddlers and pre-school children


10 -12 noon, alternate Wednesdays

Fellowship, games, 

quizzes, refreshments

Little Micklers

1.30 - 3.00 pm Mondays in term time. 

Babies, Toddlers and Pre-school Children, playing and learning

Walking Group

Second Saturday in the month.

Meet at church at 9.30 am


Mon -Thurs, 9.15 -12.15am

Friday, 9.15 - 3.45pm

Community Lunches

First Saturday in Month, from 12 noon

All are welcome

Scouts, Cubs and Beavers

Variety of groups and days 

Click above for details

Fairtrade  Coffee Bar

10.00 am - Noon, Last Saturday in  month

includes Traidcraft Stall

Girl's Brigade

Groups for all school ages

Click above for details

Drop in Cafe

 10.00 am Friday (9.00 am term time)

Come along and have a chat with new friends

BUGS  (Ecumenical, Bring Us God on  Saturdays)

10.30 am - 12.15 pm, Last Sat in month. 

Learning  through fun and games for 6 - 10 year olds

Scrabble Club

10.00 am on 4th Friday of month

Pathfinders (Ecumenical)

7.00 - 8.30 pm, Alternate Saturdays

Club for School year 5 upward

Live at Home Scheme

Volunteers providing support for older people who's ability to move out of their own home is restricted

More about Church Events for Families and Youngsters

More about our mission Church Centre  Prayer Concerns Links to other churches and Christian organisations
Our organisation History Our partners  About this site
We are a Fairtrade Church


We work closely with other Churches in Mickleover through 

Churches Together in Mickleover

We are part of the Derby Circuit and the Nottingham and Derby District of the Methodist Church

We also work with Our Mickleover, a volunteer organisation which fosters a community atmosphere in Mickleover through Community events


On-line Bible Study

If you would like to use an on-line daily bible study, entitled 'A Word in Time'', provided free by the Methodist Church, please click here.  Each day's study can be read on the site or downloaded in a verbal form which can be heard on your computer or transferred to an MP3 player for later use.

If you would like to know more about Mickleover, please visit the Mickleover website.

For queries and comments please contact the Site Administrator


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Mickleover Methodist Church operates a Safeguarding Policy for Children and Vulnerable Adults. and requires all users of the Church Centre to recognise this and operate their own appropriate policies.

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