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Aldercar, St. John the Evangelist. Another view. SK 4464 4790. Both
David Regan (2021).  Link.
Alderwasley, All Saints (1849-50) on Higg Lane. SK 323 532. Grade II listed. The village hall is the former St. Margaret's Chapel. Situated on Chapel Hill, it dates to the sixteenth century, and was closed in 1849. Grade II listed. Both Richard Roberts (2014).
Alfreton.
Alkmonton, St. John. Interior view. Both James Murray. Link.
Allenton, Derby - see Derby.
Allestree.
Alsop en le Dale, St. Michael and All Angels. Interior view. A rather beautiful modern window. All James Murray. Link.
Alvaston, Derby - see Derby.
Ambergate, St. Anne. James Murray. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Newbridge Road and Derby Road. Built before 1880, it is now in commercial use. SK 348 514. Richard Roberts (2014).
Apperknowle, the Methodist Chapel on High Street, which was built as Primitive Methodist, opening in 1879 (according to its
My Primitive Methodists entry). The same source also mentions an earlier chapel - Ebenezer (1861) which stood or stands "at the
 junction of Barrack Road and Chapel Lane, almost opposite the junction with Quarry Road". It's marked on a map of 1877, immediately south-east of the junction mentioned, on the west side of the road, and the property on the site today can be seen here on a 2009 Streetview. Whether anything of the chapel remains is not known. SK 3837 7826. David Regan (2020).
Ashbourne.
Ashford-in-the-Water, Holy Trinity. The tower. SK 195 698. Both Bill McKenzie. Former Methodist Chapel. Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011).
Ashover, All Saints. It dates from 1350-1419, and replaced an earlier church on the same site. From an old postcard in Geoff Watt's Collection. Another view, interior view, and the altar; the font is a rare example of a Norman lead font, all David Regan (2011). Two extra views - 1, 2, a couple of gargoyles - 1, 2, the cockerel weather-vane (another adorns the ringing chamber), two more of the interior - 1, 2, two of the windows - 1, 2, the list of incumbents, which goes back to 1086, the tomb of Thomas and Edith Babington - 1, 2, the eagle lectern, and another view of the font, all Carole Sage (2018). Link1. Link2. Link3. Grade I listed. The former Butts Methodist Chapel, aka John Smedley's Church. This link gives dates as 1856-1968, and the denomination as United Free Methodist. David Regan (2011).
Ashover Hay, the former Methodist Church, built as Milltown Primitive Methodist. Its
date-stone says "Erected 1824, Enlarged 1870". Another view. SK 3575 6111. All
David Regan (2021). Link. Grade II listed.
Aston upon Trent, All Saints on Shardlow Road, of twelfth century foundation. Interior view. SK 414 293. Grade I listed. Methodist Church (1967) on The Green. It stands on the site of a Wesleyan Chapel of 1829. SK 415 295. All Richard Roberts (2014).
Atlow, St. Philip & St. James. SK 231 486. Bruce Read. Link.
Ault Hucknall, St. John the Baptist. Kit Heald. Another view, and a tympanum, with St, George and the dragon below, both David Regan (2011). Link1. Link2. Link3.

Bakewell.
Ballidon, the derelict All Saints, which displays "dangerous structure" notices. Another view. Both James Murray. Iain Taylor has advised that the church is now in the care of the Friends of Friendless Churches (although it doesn't yet appear to be on their website). Interior view, Iain Taylor (2016). Link.
Bamford, St. John the Baptist. SK 208 834. Mike Berrell. Another view, and an interior view, both Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011). Methodist Church (formerly Wesleyan), built 1821 and re-built in 1899. SK 208 836. Mike Berrell. Link. Our Lady of Sorrows (R.C.). SK 207 838. Mike Berrell. Link.
Barlborough, St. James the Greater. David Regan (2011). Link. Methodist Church. SK 476 773. Bill Henderson (2012).
Barlow, St. Lawrence. SK 344 747. Link, with a good history here. Grade II* listed. Methodist Church on Valley Road, built as Primitive Methodist in 1892. SK 330 754. Both Les Needham (2017).
Barrow Hill, St. Andrew (1894) on Station Road. SK 4193 7547. Link. The Methodist Church on Cavendish Place was originally United Free Methodist, of 1872. This source (a good history of the Methodists in Barrow Hill) also mentions an earlier chapel (Ebenezer) being referred to in a document of 1857, though its precise location isn't known. SK 4178 7528. Both
David Regan (2020). There was also a Primitive Methodist Chapel in the village, on Campbell Drive, at SK 4151 7550. Now demolished, old maps show that it had been built before 1877, a map of 1961 marks it as Zion Methodist Church, and a 1967 map as simply "Ch.". Its date of closure and demolition are so far undetermined. Link.
Barrow-upon-Trent, St. Wilfrid on Church Lane. SK 353 284. Link1. Link2. Grade I listed. The former Bethel Chapel (1839) on Chapel Lane, now a private residence. The listed building entry (Grade II listed) says it was Methodist. SK 354 285. Both Richard Roberts (2013).
Baslow, St. Anne. SK 251 723. Bill McKenzie. Another view. Peter Morgan. And an old postcard view from Reg Dosell's Collection. Baslow Methodist Church. The roundel above the door has "Wesleyan Methodist School 1822", so there must have been an earlier chapel building. Approx. SK 253 724. Steve Bulman (2011).
Beeley, St. Anne. Interior view. Detail from the carving at the right hand side of the chancel arch. All Steve Bulman. Link.
Belper.
Biggin, St. Thomas. Peter Morgan. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Main Street. It pre-dates the 1880 O.S. map. SK 156 593. Richard Roberts (2014).
Birchover, Church of the Holy Name of Jesus, St. Michael and All Angels (1717) on Rowtor Lane. SK 235 621. Grade II listed. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1867) on Main Street and Upper Town Lane, now a private residence. SK 239 621. The former Wesleyan Reform Church on Main Street. Built 1851, re-built in 1908, and now closed and boarded up. SK 239 621. All Richard Roberts (2014).
Blackwell, St. Werburgh. Another view. Both David Regan (2010). Grade II listed - link.
Bolehill, the former Primitive Methodist Church. Gerard Charmley (2011).
Bolsover.
Bonsall, St. James. Another view. Both David Regan (2010). Link. Grade II* listed. Ebenezer Wesleyan Reform Chapel (1893). Gerard Charmley (2011). Bonsall Assemblies of God Church (Pentecostal, formerly Primitive Methodist). Gerard Charmley (2011). The former Baptist Chapel. Gerard Charmley (2011). Grade II listed. Former Wesleyan Chapel. Gerard Charmley (2011).
Borrowash, St. Stephen (1889) on Gordon Road. SK 417 344. Link. St. Hugh (R.C., 1959) on Derby Road. SK 413 346. Link. Both Richard Roberts (2015). Methodist Church of 1900 on Nottingham Road. SK 417 344. Link. Its predecessor was presumably this former Wesleyan Church (1825) on Chapel Row, now in commercial use. SK 417 345. Both Richard Roberts (2014). The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Victoria Avenue. SK 4172 3469.
David Regan (2021). Its immediate predecessor stands directly across the road at SK 4169 3470 and can be seen in a Streetview from 2019. It's dated here to 1851, closing "before 1905", presumably when its replacement was built.
Boylestone, St. John the Baptist on The Square, founded in the fourteenth century. Interior view. SK 181 358. Grade II* listed. Bourne Methodist Church on Chapel Lane, Harehill. It was built as Primitive Methodist in 1846. SK 175 356. All Richard Roberts (2014).
Brackenfield, Holy Trinity. James Murray. An old postcard view, from Reg Dosell's Collection. Methodist Church. James Murray.
Bradbourne, All Saints. SK 207 527. Bruce Read. Link.
Bradley, All Saints on Yew Tree Lane, dating from 1370-80. Interior view. A plaque gives a little history. SK 223 459. All Richard Roberts (2014). Another view, Barry Thomas (2016). Grade II* listed.
Bradwell.
Brailsford, All Saints on The Green and Church Lane, a C12 foundation. SK 244 412. Link. Grade I listed. Methodist Church on Main Road. It was built as Primitive Methodist in 1845. SK 254 415. Link. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Painter's Lane, now a private residence. SK 247 418. All Richard Roberts (2014).
Brassington, St. James. SK 230 543. James Murray. Another view. Bruce Read. Former Chapel, now a private residence. Janet Gimber has advised that this was Primitive Methodist, and appears to have been founded in 1834. SK 228 543. Bruce Read. The former Congregational Chapel at Dale End. Founded in 1845, since 1982 it has served as the village hall. SK 231 544. Richard Roberts (2014).
Breadsall, All Saints on Church Lane. SK 371 398. Link. Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Brookside Road - now in secular use. The date-stone. Circa SK 372 397. All Mike Berrell (2011). Of Breadsall Augustinian Priory, all that remains is a single arch in what is now a hotel. SK 381 414. Janet Gimber (2014). Link. Grade II listed.
Breaston, St. Michael on Main Street. SK 460 335. Link. Grade I listed. Methodist Church (built as Methodist New Connexion in 1803; subsequently United Methodist) on Main Street. Interior view. SK 460 335. Link. The former Bourne Primitive Methodist Chapel on Bourne Square. Converted from a wheelwright's shop in in 1850, it closed as a place of worship in or about 1932, and is now a private residence. Hugh Bourne was one of the founders of Primitive Methodism. SK 461 334. Breaston Cemetery Chapel (1923) on Longmoor Lane. SK 467 343.  All Richard Roberts.
Bretby, St. Wystan on The Green. Although founded in the 17th century, the present building dates from the complete re-build of 1877-8. SK 294 232. Richard Roberts (2014). Grade II listed. Bretby Crematorium (SK 289 226) on Geary Lane has two chapels, both dating from 1975 - Carnarvon Chapel and Anglesey Chapel. SK 289 226. Both Richard Roberts (2018).
Brimington.
Buckland Hollow, the site of the demolished Wesleyan Methodist Chapel.
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hotos are available here and here. A source dates it as Wesleyan from 1886, it having been a church before this, from 1840. An O.S. map of 1880 labels it as Church, but later maps have it as Meth. Chap. I haven't been able to discover its allegiance in its early years, or its date of demolition. SK 3762 5176. David Regan (2021).
Burbage, Buxton - see Buxton.
Burnaston, former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Main Street. Now in use as the Village Hall, but still also used for worship. SK 289 324. Mike Berrell (2011). Pastures Hospital on Hospital Lane had a private church (ca. 1870), now closed. SK 299 331. Mike Berrell. Link. Grade II listed.
Buxton.
Buxworth.

Calke, St. Giles. Graeme Harvey. Two additional views - 1, 2, both Janet Gimber (2014). Link. Grade II listed.
Calow, St. Peter. Link. U.R.C. Link. Both James Murray.
Calver, All Saints. James Murray. Methodist Church, originally Jubilee Primitive Methodist Chapel (1860). James Murray. Interior view. Mike Berrell (2010). Link.
Carsington, St. Margaret. Bruce Read. Link. The former Chapel in a Barn. A C17 barn, for which the upper story was used for non-conformist worship. It's interesting how the same events can be spun to give two completely different stories: according to here, it was "apparently, mistakenly pulled down" and re-built near Carsington Water by Severn Trent Water. The official Carsington Water website says it was "dismantled piece by piece". It now stands near to the Visitor Centre, and serves as the HQ for the Volunteer Rangers. SK 240 516. Richard Roberts (2014).
Castleton, St. Edmund. SK 150 829. Peter Fowler. Another view. Steve Bulman. The interior is very satisfying, with box pews (detail), and a Norman chancel arch. All interior photos Steve Bulman. Methodist Church (1898). SK 148 829. Steve Bulman. Link. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1809-1898). SK 150 829. Steve Bulman.
Cauldwell, St. Giles, a C12 foundation, on Church Lane. SK 254 171. Richard Roberts (2014). Link. Grade II listed.
Chaddesden, Derby - see Chaddesden.
Chapel-en-le-Frith.
Charlesworth.
Chellaston, St. Peter, on High Street. Another view. SK 381 304. Both James Murray. Link. Methodist Church on High Street. Interior views - 1, 2, 3. SK 381 304. All Mike Berrell (2010).
Chelmorton, St. John the Baptist. Two interior views - 1, 2. SK 116 703. All Mike Berrell (2010). Link. The former Primitive Hall (1874) now in secular use. SK 115 703. Mike Berrell (2010).
Chester Green, Derby, Derbyshire - see Derby.
Chesterfield.
Chinley, St. Mary on Buxton Road. SK 041 826. Turnpike Chapel. SK 041 827. Independent Chapel on Hayfield Road, dates from 1711. Interior view. SK 055 820. Link. All Mike Berrell.
Chisworth, Chisworth Methodist Church, formerly Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SJ 998 922. Mike Berrell (2011). Two interior views - 1, 2, both Mike Berrell (2012).
Church Broughton, the 12th century St. Michael and All Angels on Church Road. SK 205 337. James Murray. Another view, and the interior, both Richard Roberts (2018). Link. Grade I listed. Methodist Church, James Murray. Link.
Church Gresley, St. George & St. Mary on Church Street. Originally a Priory founded in 1135. Link. Grade II* listed. Mission Room on Queen Street. Although founded before 1901, the present building is obviously of a later date. SK 294 183. Both Richard Roberts (2014).

Church Wilne, St. Chad on Wilne Road. Interior view. Richard advises that the roof beams and rood screen date from after a serious fire in 1917, when the originals were destroyed. SK 448 318. Both Richard Roberts. Grade I listed.
Clay Cross.
Clifton, Church of the Holy Trinity (1845) on Church View and Chapel Lane. SK 165 448. Grade II listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Chapel Lane, now in residential use. Both Richard Roberts (2014).
Clowne, St. John the Baptist. SK 4981 7529. Bill Henderson. Another view, and the unusual churchyard gate, both
David Regan (2020). Link. Grade II* listed. The Methodist Church on North Road was originally Primitive Methodist, built in 1877 (source). SK 4926 7576. David Regan (2020). Link. Salvation Army on Church Street. SK 4925 7543. David Regan (2020). Link. The Catholic Church (Sacred Heart and Our Lady of Victories) stands on Creswell Road, at circa SK 503 759. Its 2019 Streetview is here. Link. The 25" O.S. map of 1898 shows a Free United Methodist Chapel on High Street at SK 4888 7531. Demolished at some point, the site now lies beneath the new road to "The Arc" where it leaves High Street - it can be seen here on a 2019 Streetview. The 1953 1:25000 O.S. map shows a church close to the junction of Church Lane and Church Street, at SK 4944 7547. I hadn't been able to discover the denomination, but Howard Richter has advised that it shows as a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on a map of 1916. Here's a 2019 Streetview of the site.
Codnor, the former Bethesda Free United Methodist Chapel on Market Place is now in commercial use. It's dated here to 1852-1980.
SK 4200 4955. David Regan (2021). Old maps show a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1827-1964) a short distance to the south on Heanor Road, at SK 4202 4943. The housing built on the site can be seen in a Streetview of 2019 (the two left-most modern houses). The Primitive Methodists also had a chapel, on Wright Street, at SK 4175 4954. It's dated here to 1880 to circa 1970. It was a building site in 2018 when the Streetview van went past. The website also mentions its predecessor on Needham Street, of 1857. When the Wright Street Chapel was opened, the old Needham Street building was used as a Sunday School, and is so marked on old maps, at SK 4166 4947. It was demolished in the 1960's after being in secular use for many years. I think it stood roughly where the brick building is seen, here, in a Streetview of 2008. The Methodist Church (1980) on Mill Lane, as seen by Streetview in 2011. Link. A Christian Science Church is shown on High Street on maps of 1939, and survived at least until the 1970's. It's dated here to 1935 - 1986. A care home now stands on the site, seen here in a Streetview of 2019. SK 4193 5001. For a discussion on the vanished medieval Chapel of St. Nicholas, see here.
Coton in the Elms, St. Mary (1846) on Church Street. SK 243 154. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. A modern view, Richard Roberts (2014). Link. Grade II listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Chapel Street, now in secular use. Opened prior to 1901, it closed in 1963. SK 247 152. Richard Roberts (2014). The Chapel House is the former Primitive Methodist Chapel, on Main Street (Burton Road), now in residential use. Dates are 1944 - 2002. SK 246 152. Richard Roberts (2014).
Cressbrook, St. John the Evangelist. SK 167 733. Mike Berrell (2010). The former Trinity Methodist Chapel (1931), now in residential use. SK 169 731. Mike Berrell (2010).
Cresswell, St. Mary Magdalene. David Regan (2011).
Crich.
Crich Carr and Whatstandwell, the former Free Methodist Church, now derelict. Former Primitive Methodist Connexion. now a private residence. Both James Murray.
Cromford, St. Mary. From an old postcard (1904) in Tim Lomas's Collection. A modern view. James Murray. Three interior views of this remarkable church - 1, 2, 3, all
John Balaam (2010). Link. Former Chapel, now a garage. James Murray. Methodist Church. James Murray. The ruins of the Bridge Chapel. Two further views - 1, 2, all David Regan (2011). Link. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel. The date-stone may read 1868. Gerard Charmley (2011).
Cross O' Th' Hands, Methodist Church on Intakes Lane. Built as Primitive Methodist in 1831, the entrance porch is an addition of 1909. SK 282 463. Richard Roberts (2014).
Crosshill (or Cross Hill), St. James (1844). Another view.
SK 4185 4874. Both David Regan (2021). Link1. Link2.
Crowden, St. James. Interior view (taken through a rain spotted window). SK 079 995. Both Mike Berrell (2012).
Curbar, All Saints. Another view. SK 247 744. Both Steve Bulman. Another view, and two interior views - 1, 2, all Mike Berrell (2010). Link. Wesleyan Reform Church. SK 251 746. Mike Berrell (2010).
Cutthorpe, the former Primitive Methodist Chapel. David Regan (2012).

Dalbury Lees, All Saints, of C13 foundation. Interior view. SK 263 342. Both Richard Roberts (2014). Grade II* listed.
Dale Abbey, All Saints at The Village. Richard explains th
at the photo shows the "semi-detached church (LH side) and a private dwelling (RH side) which might have been the Verger's Farmhouse. The church is believed to have been the Infirmary Chapel belonging to the nearby ruined Abbey". SK 437 385. Link. The ruins of Dale Abbey (1145, dissolved 1539). Link. Gateway Christian Centre (originally Wesleyan, 1902), at The Village. SK 436 387. All Richard Roberts (2014).
Danesmoor, St. Barnabas (2007) on Pilsley Road. The second St. Barnabas on the site, the first was built in 1883, and several photos are available here. SK 4030 6322. Link. The former Bethel Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (later United Methodist) on Pilsley Road is now a boxing club. It's dated here to
"before 1871....closed after 1975", by which time it was presumably just Methodist. SK 4046 6322. The site of the demolished Ebenezer Primitive Methodist Chapel on Pilsley Road, now housing. It pre-dates a map of 1878, and is still labelled as Ch. on a map from 1955. SK 4044 6319. All David Regan (2021).
Darley Abbey, St. Matthew on Church Lane. Interior view, and the organ. SK 351 387. All Mike Berrell (2010). Link. Of the Augustinian Priory, only the guest house remains, which is now a pub, on Darley Street. SK 353 384. Mike Berrell (2010). Link. Darley Abbey Methodist Church on West Row. SK 352 384. Mike Berrell (2010).
Darley Dale, St. Helen. From an old postcard in Tim Lomas's Collection. A modern view. James Murray. Link. Former Wesleyan Reform Church, dating from 1928, now a textile shop. James Murray. Dale Road Methodist Church. James Murray.
Denby, St. Mary the Virgin on Church Street, founded in 1135. SK 3986 4649. Richard Roberts (2014). Two additional views - 1, 2, both David Regan (2021). Link. Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1841) on High Bank, to the north-east of the village. It was apparently derelict when Richard took his photo, but it has since been renovated, as a 2017 Streetview shows. SK 4056 4683. Richard Roberts (2014). Another view. The red-brick building to its right is the former Sunday School. David Regan (2021).
Denby Bottles, Methodist Church on Danesby Crescent, built as Ebenezer Chapel in 1879. SK 382 464. Richard Roberts (2014).
Derby.
Dethick, St. John the Baptist. Aidan McRae Thomson. Another view (taken at dusk). Interior view. Both James Murray.
Dove Holes, St. Paul. SK 077 782. Methodist Church, formerly Primitive Methodist Chapel. SK 076 778. Both Mike Berrell.
Doveridge, St. Cuthbert. Another view. Both Chris Emms (2009). Interior view,
John Balaam (2013). Link. Grade I listed. Doveridge Methodist Church dates from 1805. Chris Emms (2009).
Draycott, St. Mary (the Parish Church) on Victoria Road was originally Wesleyan Methodist (1830). SK 444 331. The Methodist Church on Market Street and Derwent Street was previously Primitive Methodist (1865, extended in 1897). SK 441 330. Link. Both Richard Roberts (2013).
Dronfield, St. John the Baptist, undergoing renovation. SK 353 784. James Murray. Another view, Les Needham (2017). Link. Grade I listed. Oaks Community Church on Lea Road. Another view. SK 353 783. Both Les Needham (2017). Link. This link says it was founded in 1987, in what had been Salem Congregational Chapel. The former United Methodist Free Church on High Street is now The Peel Centre, a venue for concerts, meetings, education, and the like. SK 349 784. Les Needham (2017). Link.
Dronfield Woodhouse, Methodist Church (dates from 1848). James Murray.
Duckmanton, the Methodist Church (1939) on Tom Lane.
Circa 4406 7232. David Regan (2020).
Duffield.

Earl Sterndale, St. Michael and All Angels. Interior view. SK 090 670. Both James Murray. Another view. Les Needham. Methodist Church. SK 090 669. James Murray.
Eckington, St. Peter and St. Paul. Another view. A very early headstone and a sundial. SK 4320 7979. All Steve Bulman (2010). Another view,
David Regan (2020). Link. Grade I listed. The former United Free Methodist Church of 1875, now in residential use. SK 4247 7920. David Regan (2020). Grade II listed.
Edale, Holy and Undivided Trinity (1886). Interior view. SK 123 857. Both Mike Berrell. Link. According to a notice in the church, the cemetery across the road is the site of two predecessor churches. Steve Bulman (2018). Grade II listed.
Edensor, St. Peter. from a 19th century engraving. Colin Waters Collection. A modern view. Interior view. Both James Murray. Another view. Bill Henderson. Link.
Edlaston, St. James on Edlaston Lane. Of C14 foundation. The West end of the church is peculiar, to say the least; according to the listing text, it dates from 1900. SK 181 426. Richard Roberts (2014). Link. Grade II* listed.
Eggington, St. Wilfred on Church Road. SK 267 278. Link. Grade I listed. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1894-5) on Duck Street, now a private residence. SK 265 284. Both Richard Roberts (2013).
Ellastone, St. Peter on Church Lane. SK 1168 4345.
Richard Roberts (2014). Link. Grade II* listed.
Elmton, St. Peter, re-built in 1773. David Regan (2011). Link.
Elton, All Saints (1812). SK 222 610. Bruce Read. Interior view. Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011). Link. Bethel Primitive Methodist Church. SK 221 608. Bruce Read. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - the congregation left to unite with the Primitive Methodists in Bethel. Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011).
Elvaston, St. Bartholomew, founded 1474. SK 407 329. Richard Roberts (2014). Grade I listed.
Etwall, St. Helen on Main Street. Two interior views - 1, 2. SK 268 320. All Mike Berrell (2011). Link. Etwall Methodist Church on Willington Road, originally Wesleyan (1883). SK 271 319. Mike Berrell (2011). Interior view. Richard Roberts (2018).  Link. Messy Church meet in the Methodist Church schoolroom on Blenhiem Mews. SK 270318. Richard Roberts (2017). Link.
Eyam, St. Lawrence. SK 21778 76417. Bill McKenzie. Another view, Steve Bulman. The church has a splendid sun-dial, dating from 1775. Steve Bulman. Another view, and two interior views (photographed by kind permission of the church Administrator) - 1, 2, all Mike Berrell (2011). Although the church dates from the 12th century, a cross (sides 1 and 2) in the churchyard speaks of the presence of Christianity in the area since at least the 8th century (the Wikipedia entry for Eyam says that the cross isn't in its original location). The story of Eyam and the plague is of course well known - the Wikipedia entry referred to earlier covers it if you are unfamiliar with it. A modern window, installed in 1972 in memory of Richard Creswick, commemorates the events of the plague, and a document records the names of the plagues victims. Two other windows - 1, 2. I particularly like this "fat cat" gargoyle, though its good state of preservation suggests it is relatively modern. Another interior view and the two fonts - 1, 2, the latter much the more interesting and older (circa 12th century). Some fragments of wall painting survive. All Carole Sage (2018). Link. Grade II* listed. The former Wesleyan Reform Church, James Murray. Another view, Steve Bulman. Eyam Methodist Church on Hawkhill Road, and two interior views - 1, 2, all Mike Berrell (2011). SK 216 767. Link.

Fenny Bentley, St. Edmund. A little gem of a church, the hammer beamed roof and finely carved chancel screen are seen in this interior view. The altar, east window, and the trumpet-blowing angels in the roof can be better seen here. This church has quite the most bizarre tomb I've ever seen - the couple have been carved in their shrouds!! Outside, there is a good sun-dial, dating from 1766, and a very old tomb, judging by its condition. SK 174 501. All Steve Bulman. Link. Grade II* listed - link.
Fernilee, Holy Trinity. SK 017 790. Mike Berrell. Methodist Church. Gerard Charmley (2010).
Findern, All Saints at The Green. Founded circa 1550, it was rebuilt in 1863. SK 308 304. Richard Roberts (2013). News item. Grade II listed. Findern Methodist Chapel at Lower Green was built as Wesleyan in 1935. SK 309 304. Richard Roberts (2013). Link. Unitarian Chapel. Dating from the 18th century, it was demolished in 1939. Reproduced by kind permission of James Barry, Unitarian HQ, London.
Flagg, the former Unitarian Chapel (1838) was also used by the Anglicans at one time, but is now in residential use. The Methodist Chapel (1839) was built as Primitive Methodist. Both Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011).
Foolow, St. Hugh. Interior view. Both Aidan McRae Thomson. Link1. Link2. Wesleyan Reform Church. Steve Bulman.
Foremark, St. Saviour on Church Field Lane. Founded before 1271, the present church dates from 1671. Interior view. SK 329 264. Both James Murray. Another view, Richard Roberts (2014). Grade I listed.
Fritchley, Congregational Church. Friends' Meeting House. Former Chapel, now a private residence (and much extended). Janet Gimber has advised that this was Primitive Methodist, and later Methodist. Both James Murray. The Briars Residential Youth Centre Chapel (R.C., 1979) on Briars Lane, Crich Common. SK 351 529. James Murray. Another view, Richard Roberts (2014).

Froggatt, Wesleyan Reform Chapel on Hollowgate. SK 244 763. Mike Berrell (2010).
Furness Vale, St. John the Divine on Buxton Road. SK 006 837. Mike Berrell. Two interior views - 1, 2, both Mike Berrell (2011). Link. The former Methodist Free Church (1884) on Station Road, for sale in 2010. SK 008 836. Mike Berrell (2010).

Glossop.
Grassmoor, the Methodist Church on Chapel Road and North Wingfield Road. It was built as Primitive Methodist, and dateable to between 1899 and 1918 on map evidence. SK 4041 6717.
David Regan (2021). It was preceded by an earlier chapel of 1879 a short distance to the north-west at SK 4037 6725. Housing now stands on the site as seen here in a 2019 Streetview. Old maps mark a Mission Room at the junction of New Street and Cross Street at SK 4055 6728. It was replaced by housing, which can be seen on a 2012 Streetview. A map of 1917-18 marks a United Methodist Chapel at the junction of Mill Lane and Chesterfield Road. Circa SK 4048 6699. It didn't survive for very long, as it had gone by the time of the survey for a map of 1938. A Mission Church is marked on Chesterfield Road on maps from 1917-18 to 1967. By 1970 it had been demolished. A house has been built on its site - which can be seen on a 2019 Streetview here. SK 4053 6688.
Great Cubley, St. Andrew, off Derby Lane. Interior view. SK 164 376. Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Derby Lane, now a private residence - "The Old Chapel". Built in 1874, it was converted sometime after 1990. SK 166 381. All Richard Roberts (2014).
Great Hucklow, former Methodist Chapel (1806), now in secular use. Another view, and one of the rear of the building. SK 178 778. All Mike Berrell (2010). The Old Chapel (Unitarian), and its date-stone. Three interior views - 1, 2, 3. SK 179 777. All Mike Berrell (2010). Two additional views - 1, 2, both Richard Pykett (2018). Link.
Great Longstone, St. Giles. Two interior views - 1, 2. SK 200 719. Link. Methodist Church. SK 199 717. All Mike Berrell (2010).
Great Wilne, Methodist Church on Wilne Lane. Founded in 1816 as Wilne Methodist New Connexion Chapel. SK 448 307. Richard Roberts (2013).
Grindleford, St. Helen. Another view. From the first photo, it appears that St. Helen was once a much larger church. James asks, not unreasonably, "what happened?". Gervase Charmley has advised that the planned building was much larger. The first part to be built (in 1910) was the chancel, with a smaller, "temporary" nave. Then WWI intervened, and the intended further work never carried out. Another view, and three interior views - 1, 2, 3, all Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011). Link. The Methodist Church closed in about 2009, and is now in secular use. All James Murray. Another view of the Methodist Church. Bill Henderson.

Haddon Hall (near Bakewell), Chapel. Interior view, with Norman font, and medieval wall painting. Both Chris Emms (2011). Link.
Hadfield.
Handley, St. Mark (1867) on Ashover Road, which also served as the local school until 1970. SK 3711 6158. Link. The former Methodist Church on Handley Lane was originally Methodist New Connexion, and later United Methodist.
It pre-dates a map of 1877-8, and closed (according to this source) "before 1995". Another view. SK 3747 6176. All David Regan (2021).
Harpur Hill, Buxton - see Buxton.
Hartington, St. Giles. Interior view. Both James Murray. The church has some fine gargoyles - here is one example. Steve Bulman. Inside are some fragmentary wall paintings. Steve Bulman. Link. Old Chapel, now a private residence. James Murray.
Hartshorne, St. Peter on Church Street, founded circa 1300. SK 327 208. Link. Grade II listed. Methodist Church on Repton Road, built as Wesleyan in 1904. It closed in 2011. SK 323 211. Both Richard Roberts (2014).
Hasland, St. Paul. Its grade II listing  dates it to 1850.
Another view. SK 3971 6855. Both David Regan (2021). Link. The Methodist Church (SK 3958 6949) on Hasland Road and Hampton Street was originally Primitive Methodist. It's dated here to 1901, and it also refers to two predecessors, the oldest re-opening in 1865, and the second having been built in 1880. David Regan (2021). Link. The 1880 chapel may be the one shown on a map of 1899 at SK 3974 6949, which is unlabelled. Google maps show the road on which it stood as Chapel Lane E (presumable for Chapel Lane East). It stood behind the house seen here on a 2019 Streetview. Hasland Baptist Church stands at the junction of Kent Street and Eyre Street, and can be seen on a 2018 Streetview. Link.
Hassop, All Saints (R.C.). James Murray. Another view, and three interior views - 1, 2, 3, all Mike Berrell (2010). Link.
Hathersage, St. Michael and All Angels. Interior view. The church graveyard claims a legendary figure as a resident!! Link. Methodist Church. Link. All James Murray. St. Michael the Archangel (R.C.). Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011). Link.
Hatton, All Saints on Station Road. Building commenced in October 1885, and was opened in June 1886. Another view, and another, showing the external bell. Interior view (Berenice advises that carpet-laying was going on at the time of her visit). Two windows - 1, 2. SK 215 300. Link. Prince Memorial Primitive Methodist Chapel on Scropton Lane (1912). Another view and a closer view of the inscribed stones. Mr. Prince's Memorial stone. SK 214 298. Possible former church, also on Scropton Lane (1906), now a social club. At one time a "Jury Court", hence the scales, but Berenice was informed by a local that it could have been a chapel at one time. Can you confirm? SK 214 298. All BereniceUK (2010). The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1868) on Uttoxeter Road. SK 213 309. Richard Roberts (2016). 
Hayfield.
Hazelwood (or Hazlewood), St. John the Evangelist (1846, re-built after a 1902 fire) on Hob Hill and Over Lane. Interior view. SK 328 460. Both Richard Roberts (2014). Link.
Heage, St. Luke. An unusual T-shaped building, the "upright" is the oldest, dating from the C17, but also incorporating some earlier fabric. The "cross-bar" was added in 1826. In addition, a south porch had been added in 1752. Two additional views - 1, 2. SK 3696 5062. All David Regan (2015). Link. Grade II* listed. The former Ebenezer United Free Methodist Church, now converted to residential use. This source says it has a date-stone for 1855, though it quotes from a book that it had been built earlier, 1840-1850. It's date of closure is so far unclear.
SK 3691 5019. David Regan (2021).
Heanor.
Heath, All Saints. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Two modern views - 1, 2, both David Regan (2011). Link.
Higham, the former Wesleyan Reform Chapel, later United Methodist, and Methodist, which is dated here to 1852, closing "after 1962". SK
3904 5876. David Regan (2021).
Hilton, St. Mary (serving Hilton with Marston-on-Dove). Wesleyan Chapel (1841) on Main Street. SK 245 307. Both James Murray. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Derby Road, converted to residential use. It pre-dates the 1881 O.S. map, shows on the 1955 edition, but not the 1970. SK 248 308. Richard Roberts (2016).
Hognaston, St. Bartholomew. SK 235 501. Bruce Read. Interior view, Richard Roberts (2017). Link. Grade II* listed. Congregational Church. SK 236 504. Bruce Read. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel, now a private residence. SK 236 503. Bruce Read.
Hollington, the former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1847) on Main Street and Back Lane. It closed round about 1995 and was subsequently converted to residential use. SK 231 398. Richard Roberts (2014).
Holloway, Christ Church. James Murray. Another view of this difficult-to-photograph church. Bruce Read. Methodist Church. Both James Murray.
Holmesfield, St. Swithin. Another view. Both James Murray.
Holmewood, St. Alban. SK 4330 6595. David Regan (2011). Abundant Life Church on Tinshelf Road.
SK 4283 6543. David Regan (2020).
Holymoorside, St. Peter. David thinks it may have started out as a school. Additional view. Link. U.R.C. Link. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1888). All David Regan (2015).
Hope, St. Peter. SK 172 836. Mike Berrell. The church is difficult to photograph well, owing to some very healthy yew trees. The spire and porch. Steve Bulman. The churchyard contains a headless Anglo-Saxon cross. Steve Bulman. Methodist Church, originally Wesleyan, dates from 1835. SK 173 836. Mike Berrell.
Horsley, St. Clement.
SK 3753 4449. Link. Grade I listed. Older maps mark a Chapel at SK 3764 4446, a little way east of the church. Not identified more closely, it seems to have been Wesleyan (source), and perhaps later United Methodist, as  mentioned on the village Genuki page. It has a date-stone for 1845, and the village Geograph entry has a photo entitled Chapel Cottage, and the text says it was converted to residential use in 2006. All David Regan (2021).
Horsley Woodhouse, St. Susanna (1882) on Main Street.
SK 3967 4481. David Regan (2021). The Methodist Church on Main Street was originally built as Wesleyan in 1799, and later re-built (source). SK 3935 4492. Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011). Another view, David Regan (2021). Link. Bethel Primitive Methodist Chapel (1851) used to stand on Fairfield Road at SK 3953 4490. The modern housing now on the site can be seen in a 2009 Streetview. The date-stone from the chapel has been preserved as part of a "Millenium Wall", which stands opposite today's Methodist Church. A photo of the chapel can be seen on a plaque beside the date-stone. Both David Regan (2021).
Hulland, Christ Church. Interior view. SK 249 478. Both Bruce Read. Link. Bourne Methodist Church (originally Primitive Methodist, 1821), named for the Primitive Methodist pioneer, Hugh Bourne. Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011).

Ible, the former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Wood Lane dates from 1825, and closed after 1979. Now in residential use. SK 249 457. Richard Roberts (2014). Grade II listed.
Idridgehay, St. James the Great. SK 285 491. Bruce Read.
Ilkeston.
Ingleby, Anchor Church. A curious entry this one - this is a cave said to have been where St. Hardulph lived and prayed, in the 6th or 7th century. The name derives from Anchorite Church. SK 338 271. Richard Roberts (2014). Link.
Inkersall Green, St. Columba. SK 4219 7339. Link. Methodist Church on Summerskill Green and Hillman Drive. This photo of an apparently minuscule church is misleading, as a Streetview from 2011 shows an attached building. According to the church Facebook page, most of the church was demolished in 2018 for structural reasons. SK 4214 7333. Link. Both
David Regan (2021).
Ireton Wood, the former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Bullhill Lane. Built in 1869, it closed about 1979 and was subsequently converted to residential use. SK 282 477. Richard Roberts (2014).
Ironville, Christ Church, on Casson Street. SK 4360 5192. From an old postcard (franked 1908), in Steve Bulman's Collection. A modern view,
David Regan (2021). Link. Grade II listed.

Kedleston, the redundant All Saints, now cared for by the Churches Conservation Trust. Bill McKenzie (2010). Another view, the sun-dial, two windows - 1, 2, piscina, and the font, all Janet Gimber (2014). Link. Grade I listed.
Kilburn, Baptist Church (1908) on Highfield Road. SK 380 457. Gervase N. E. Charmley (2013). Another view, Richard Roberts (2014). The earlier General Baptist church building of 1832 still stands. Gervase N. E. Charmley (2013). Methodist Church on Chapel Street, built as Wesleyan in 1891. Interior view (taken through a window). SK 381 457. Both Gervase N. E. Charmley (2013). Another view, Richard Roberts (2014).
Killamarsh, St. Giles on Kirkcroft Lane. Another view. Link. Methodist Church. SK 455 811. Link. New Hope Community Church on High Street. Link. All Bill Henderson (2011).
King Sterndale, Christ Church. Built in 1847 by the Pickford (of removals fame) family. Another view, and two interior views - 1, 2. SK 094 717. All Mike Berrell (2010). Link.
Kirk Hallam, All Saints on Ladywood Road. Another view. SK 4585 4055. Both
David Regan (2021). Link. Grade I listed.
Kirk Ireton, Holy Trinity. Interior view. SK 268 502. Bruce Read. An old postcard view, from Shayne van Rensburg's Collection. Link. Grade I listed. Methodist Chapel. SK 267 501. Bruce Read.
Kirk Langley, St. Michael on Church Lane. Founded before 1300. SK 286 388. Richard Roberts (2014). Grade I listed. Link.
Kniveton, St. Michael on Main Street - a C12 foundation. Another view. SK 210 503. Both James Murray. Another view, and an interior, both Richard Roberts (2014). Link. Grade I listed. The Methodist Chapel on Chapel Lane was built as Primitive Methodist in 1832. SK 207 501. Richard Roberts (2014). Grade II listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Chapel Lane, now in residential use. SK 208 501. Richard Roberts (2014). Grade II listed.

Langley Mill, St. Andrew (1912, now CoE and Methodist) on Station Road. SK 4483 4695. Bill Henderson. Interior view, Richard Roberts (2014). Link. Langley Mill Baptist Church on Station Road pre-dates a map of 1881. Another view. SK 4474 4702. Both Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011). The former Methodist Church on Gladstone Street and Cromford Road was built as Primitive Methodist. Dated here to before 1900 with closure in 1974, there are dedication stones dated 1884 and 1886 in this photo. SK 4518 4746. The same source mentions a preceding P.M. Chapel which stood between Bridge Street and Dean Street at about SK 4515 4729. Its site will be where the white-painted building is in the background of a Streetview from 2019. Both David Regan (2021). The site of a demolished Free United Methodist Chapel on Argyle Street and Cromford Road. Pre-dating a map of 1881, it is still labelled (as Church) on a map of 1955, but the label had gone in 1961 and the building was later demolished. SK 4509 4757. David Regan (2021). Old maps also mark a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Wesley Street, at SK 4512 4714. It's dated here to "before 1873", and closed in 1987 as the Methodist Church. Its site now lies beneath the road, roughly where "Wesley Street" can be seen in this 2019 Streetview. A Mission Church is shown on a map of 1901 on Elnor Street, at SK 4517 4703. Still present in 1955, it had gone by the early 1960's. Its site can be seen in a Streetview of 2019.
Linton, Christ Church (1881) on Hillside Road. Interior view. SK 275 172. Link. Trinity Methodist Church at Linton Heath. It was built as Primitive Methodist in 1909. Note the Art Nouveau date-stone. SK 285 165. All Richard Roberts (2014).
Little Eaton, St. Paul on Church Lane and Vicarage Road. Built pre-1791, it's grade II listed. SK 361 415. Link. U.R.C. on Alfreton Road, built as Congregational in 1843. SK 363 412. The former United Methodist Free Church on Alfreton Road and Derby Road. It dates from 1906 and is now in secular use. SK 364 417. All Richard Roberts (2014).
Little Hucklow, probable former church, now in secular use. Mike advises that, although the building plaque only mentions "Sunday School 1854", maps show it as a church. SK 164 786. Mike Berrell (2010). Janet Gimber advises that old maps show it as Primitive Methodist.
Little Longstone, Congregational Chapel. Interior view (taken through a window). SK 187 716. Both Mike Berrell (2010).
Little Moor (or Littlemoor), the former Methodist Church (originally Primitive Methodist) on Stubben Edge Lane. It pre-dates a map of 1878-80, and appears to have still been active at least up to 1978. SK 3628 6302.
David Regan (2021).
Littleover, Derby.
Litton, Christ Church. Three interior views - 1, 2, 3. SK 162 753. All Mike Berrell (2010). Methodist Church. Bill McKenzie. Litton Cemetery Chapel. SK 163 744. Mike Berrell (2010).
Long Duckmanton, St. Peter.
This source dates it to the 1880's, and says that it was a re-build on the same site as its medieval predecessor of the same name, but another source questions this assumption. SK 4430 7148. David Regan (2020).
Long Eaton.
Long Lane (village), Christ Church (1859) on Long Lane. Interior view. SK 252 380. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1858) on Long Lane, now in residential use. SK 252 380. All Richard Roberts (2014).
Longford, St. Chad. Interior view. Both James Murray. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Longford Lane. Dating from 1874, it closed in the mid-1990's, and was converted to residential use. SK 225 370. Richard Roberts (2014).
Loscoe, St. Luke (1938, locked) on Heanor Road. Beset by trees, it's difficult to photograph well. Another view. This door has what appears to be a lamda-omega sign above it. I think this has to be a stylised alpha-omega, but do you know better? All Richard Roberts (2014). This link has some interior views. Baptist Church (1722, extensively remodelled in 1848) on High Street and Loscoe Denby Lane. Originally built as Presbyterian for a congregation founded in 1662 as a splinter from Wirksworth Parish Church. It was sold in 1782 to a General Baptist congregation. SK 380 457. Gervase N. E. Charmley (2013). Another view, Richard Roberts (2014). Link.
Lower Pilsley, the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses on the site of a United Methodist Church (earlier New Connexion) on Rupert Street and Green Lane.
SK 4202 6318. David Regan (2021).
Lullington, All Saints on Lullington Road. SK 249 129. Richard Roberts (2014). Link. Grade II* listed.

Mackworth, Derby - see Derby.
Mapleton (or Mappleton), St. Mary, an 18th century church by James Gibbs. Another view, and an interior view. All Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011). Link. Grade II* listed.
Mapperley, Holy Trinity (1966). This is a modern replacement for the previous church (1851) which was affected by mining subsidence. Two additional views - 1, 2. SK 4349 4292. All Richard Pykett (2018). Link. The lychgate and attached walls survive from the earlier church, and these are listed as grade II. Several photos of the old church are available here. The former Methodist Church on Coronation Road was built as Wesleyan, and is dated here to 1874-1969. SK 4348 4302.
David Regan (2021). Another view, from Streetview in 2011. A 16th century Chapel survives, converted to residential use. It stands on Mapperley Lane at SK 4347 4298, and can be seen in a Streetview of 2016. Grade II listed.
Marsh Lane, the former Methodist Church. It was built as Wesleyan in 1886, and is now Marsh Lane Community Association, with its sign dated 1990.
This source dates its closure to "by 1978". Although clearly dated to 1886, it would appear that this is a re-used date-stone in a later building, as the 25" O.S. map of 1899 shows the chapel on a different alignment, side-on to the road. SK 4051 7911. David Regan (2020).
Marston Montgomery, St. Giles on Thurvaston Road and Pearl Bank, of C12 foundation. Interior view. SK 134 378. Both Richard Roberts (2014). Link. Grade II* listed.
Marston on Dove, St. Mary on Hatton Lane, is of C13 foundation. Interior view. SK 234 296. Both Richard Roberts (2014 and 2019). Link. Grade I listed.
Matlock.
Matlock Bank, possible former "Tin Church". James was advised locally that it was formerly a "Quaker Church". James Murray.
Matlock Bath, Holy Trinity. James Murray. Another view, David Regan (2015).  Link. The former Methodist Chapel, which had been used as a furniture store for many years, though no longer. (Thanks to Tim Lomas for identifying this church). James Murray. An old postcard view (1905) of Trinity Church. St. John, from an old postcard franked in 1924. Both postcards from Tim Lomas's Collection.
Melbourne, St. Michael with St. Mary, on Church Square. Interior view. The altar. SK 389 250. All James Murray. The tower. Bill McKenzie (2010). Link. Methodist Church on Church Street. SK 387 252. Link. U.R.C. on High Street. Link. Baptist Church  on Chapel Street (1750, enlarged 1832). SK 386 254. Link. All James Murray. Our Lady of Mercy and St. Philip Neri (R.C.) on Church Street, and three interior views - 1, 2, 3, all Fr. Anthony Axe, and reproduced with his kind permission. SK 388 251. Link. Melbourne Cemetery on Packhorse Road has a pair of former Mortuary Chapels, which date from circa 1860. The chapel to the left of the entrance was Non-Conformist, and Church of England on the right. Interior view of the latter chapel. SK 387 258. Both Richard Roberts (2018).
The former New Jerusalem (Swedenborgian) Church (1864) on Derby Road. According to the GENUKI entry, it was preceded by an earlier church of 1825. Date of closure is not known. The church was still standing at least as recently as 2016 (Google Streetview), and appears to have been converted for residential use. From Neil Floyd's Collection.
Mercaston, the former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1827) on Mercaston Lane, now a private residence. SK 267 438. Richard Roberts (2014).
Mickleover, Derby - see Mickleover.
Middle Handley, the former St. John the Baptist, now in residential use. This source provides dates of 1866-1996.
Another view. SK 4061 7773. Both David Regan (2020).
Middleton by Wirksworth, Holy Trinity. SK 277 557. James Murray. Interior view, Bruce Read. Mount Zion (Primitive Methodist). SK 276 562. James Murray. Another view, Bruce Read. Wesleyan Chapel (appeared disused), James Murray. Congregational Church. SK 277 560. Bruce Read. Another view, Steve Bulman (2018).
Middleton By Youlgreave. Bill McKenzie. SK 195 632.
Milford, Holy Trinity (1848) on Derby Road and Hopping Hill. SK 351 454. Mike Berrell (2011).
Miller's Dale, St. Anne. Bill McKenzie.
Milton, the Village Hall on Main Street. This was previously a Mission Room from St. Wystan's, Repton (circa 1900). SK 320 264. Richard Roberts (2013).
Monyash, dedicated to St. Leonard. SK 151 664. Bill McKenzie. Another view, Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011). Grade II* listed - link. Methodist Chapel, originally Primitive Methodist. SK 150 667. Bill McKenzie. Another view, Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011). Friends' Meeting-House, with attached burial ground. Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011). Grade II listed.
Moorwood Moor, Methodist Church, built as Primitive Methodist, 1854. James Murray.
Morley, St. Matthew. Another view. SK
3966 4094. Both David Regan (2021). Link. Grade I listed. In the churchyard are a vault, wherein lie many members of the Sitwell family, and a mausoleum of 1897 (grade II* listed). Both David Regan (2021). There's also a churchyard cross long converted into a sun-dial, listed as grade II.
Morton, Church of the Holy Cross. David Regan (2011). Link. Grade II* listed - link.
Mugginton, All Saints on Church Lane, which has a Norman tower, but is otherwise mainly of the 13th and 14th centuries. SK 283 428.  George Weston. Interior view, Richard Roberts (2018). Link. Grade I listed.
Muggintonlane End, Halter Devil Chapel (1723) on Intakes Lane. The story of the unusual name is told here. SK 270 449. Richard Roberts (2014).

Nether Heage, the former Mission Room on Shop Lane pre-dates an O.S. map of 1892-1914. If anything survives of the original building, it will be the brick-built part at the left, gable-end to the road, whose footprint matches the map. The rest of the building is later, possibly dating to the time of it's conversion or re-build, recorded in the date-stone for 1985, visible on a Streetview of 2019. SK 3613 5072. The Methodist Church on Slack Lane was built as Primitive Methodist, has a date-stone for 1878 (2019 Streetview). SK 3615 5088. Link. Both David Regan (2021).
Netherseal, St. Peter. Two additional views - 1, 2. Here lies Sir Nigel Gresley. Link. Grade II* listed. Methodist Church. All David Regan (2017).
New Houghton
, the former Christ Church. David Regan (2011).
New Mills.
New Whittington, St. Barnabas (1884) on Wellington Street and Albert Road. Another view. SK 3992 7530. Link. Baptist Church on High Street.
SK 3979 7556. All David Regan (2020). A glance at the 1" O.S. map of 1952 shows another four churches in the village, surprising for a settlement of its size. These are Primitive, Wesleyan, and United Methodist, and a Catholic. The P.M. Chapel stood on Back South Street at SK 3980 7539, and has been replaced by a more modern secular building (a school according to this source). Its site can be seen here, on a 2019 Streetview, at the far end of the lane. The Methodist Church, (originally Wesleyan) stood on Wellington Street at SK 3993 7550, and has been replaced by housing. It's dated to 1861-1986 here, and its location can be seen on a 2016 Streetview here. The Roman Catholic Church has also been demolished and replaced by housing, just a short distance from the Wesleyan, at SK 3991 7544. See here. The National Archives mentions documents pertaining to St. Patrick's for 1948-1978. The U.M. Chapel stood on London Street (now re-named as Cross London Street) at SK 3979 7531. The site remained unoccupied at the time of the latest Streetview van visit in 2012. An earlier R.C. Chapel is shown on the 6" map of 1899 at SK 3970 7547, in a courtyard off High Street. It stood roughly at the far end of the furthest lawn, as seen in this 2012 Streetview - High Street is on the other side of the houses, the Streetview van was on Highgate Close, which didn't exist when the chapel was in use.
Newton, the Methodist Church, built as Primitive Methodist in 1904.
SK 4422 5964. David Regan (2020). Link. Almost directly opposite stands a former chapel, marked as such on the 1899 25" O. S. map. No maps I have access to identify it, but as the link already provided speculates, it may be the predecessor of the P.M. chapel. It can be seen, boarded up, on a 2019 Streetview. SK 4421 5952.
Newton Solney, St. Mary the Virgin on Church Lane - a 12th century foundation. Interior view. SK 279 257. Both Richard Roberts (2014). Grade II* listed. Link.
Norbury, St. Mary and St. Barlok at Norbury Hollow. A C12 foundation, it is Grade I listed. Interior view. SK 125 423. Both Aidan McRae Thomson.
North Wingfield, St. Lawrence. Another view, and a tomb built into the church wall. SK 4046 6446. All David Regan (2011). Link. Grade I listed. A Mission Room can be seen on old maps from the 1917 to the 1938/9 editions, on the north side of Williamthorpe Road at circa SK 4168 6540. It stood on the triangular piece of grassland seen in this 2019 Streetview. This source mentions a Highfields Mission (or St. Martin's Mission) which is possibly this one, but unfortunately doesn't give its location. Not far away on the opposite side of the road once stood a Christadelphian Hall, at SK 4179 6536, and it's given dates of 1927-circa 2001 in the source mentioned earlier. The two bungalows which stand on the site can be seen here, on the very first Streetview (2008). A former Primitive Methodist Chapel stands on Hepthorne Lane (now, apparently, Station Road). Again, it's dated in the same source to 1914-2004, and later converted into housing.
SK 4035 6495. David Regan (2021). The former North Wingfield Christian Fellowship (previously Assembly of God Pentecostal Church) on Chesterfield Road was seen by the Streetview van in 2019. Dates are 1924-1996. SK 4097 6602. The site of Mount Tabor Methodist Chapel on New Street, dated here to 1870. SK 4046 6486. The patch of grass where it stood can be seen on a 2011 Streetview. Link.

Oakwood, Derby - see Derby.
Ockbrook, All Saints. Another view. SK 4237 3570. Both
David Regan (2021). Link, and history here. Grade II* listed, and the lychgate is grade II. Moravian Church (1751) on The Settlement. SK 4213 3618. David Regan (2021). Link. Grade II* listed. Other related listings can be found here. A Primitive Methodist Chapel once stood on the east side of Green Lane. It preceded a map of 1900, and was still active as Ockbrook Methodist Church into the 1970's at least. SK 4229 3634. Its site can be seen in a Streetview from 2019. An earlier P.M. chapel is shown on a map of 1881, but it's not clear to which building the label should be applied. It stood at the northern end of Wesley Lane at circa SK 422 362. I've not been able to establish whether it survives, or find a photo, and the Streetview camera hasn't visited. Given the street name, it's at least possible that this was originally the Wesleyan Chapel mentioned on Genuki as having been built in 1808. David Regan has advised of this website that shows that my assumption was correct - this was originally a Wesleyan Chapel, and the reasons for their having to give it up can be read under the heading "Ockbrook 1871".
Old Brampton, St. Peter and St. Paul. Another view, three interior views - 1, 2, 3, and the font. All David Regan (2011). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed - link.
Old Whittington, St. Bartholomew on Church Street North. The church website has a little history. SK 394 752. Grade II listed. Seventh-day Adventist Church on Church Street North. Another view. SK 393 750. All Les Needham (2017).
Openwoodgate, Belper - see Belper.
Osmaston, St. Martin (1846) on Moor Lane. SK 199 440. Richard Roberts (2014). Grade II* listed.
Osmaston, Derby - see Derby.
Over Haddon, St. Anne off Main Street. Originally a chapel of ease to All Saints in Bakewell, it opened in 1880. SK 203 663. Interior view. Grade II listed. Wesleyan Reform Chapel (1861) on Wellgate Lane. The porch was added in 1963. SK 206 664. Link. All Richard Roberts (2015).
Overseal, St. Matthew. Grade II listed. David Regan (2017).

Padfield, Congregational Church, on Temple Street. SK 031 962. Mike Berrell. Interior view (taken through window). Mike Berrell (2011). The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (built 1880), on Post Street, now in secular use. SK 029 962. Mike Berrell.
Palperton, the former St. Luke Mission Rooms. This source dates it to circa 1875, and says iy has been closed, but David thought it looked to be still active.
SK 4751 4751 6853. David Regan (2020).
Parwich, St. Peter. Interior view. Both James Murray. Link. Former Methodist Church, and an interior view (taken through a window). The Methodists now share St. Peter's. Both Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011).
Peak Dale, Holy Trinity (unsafe, and now closed) on School Road. The foundation stone. Two interior views - 1, 2, both taken through windows. SK 087 764. Peak Dale Methodist Church on Upper End Road. SK 090 762. All Mike Berrell (2010).
Peak Forest, Charles, King and Martyr. SK 113 792. Chris Emms (2009). Five interior views - 1, 2 (both of Needham's Chapel), 3, 4, 5, all Mike Berrell (2010). Link1. Link2. The former Wesleyan Chapel (1851), now in secular use. SK 140 794. Mike Berrell (2010).
Pentrich, St. Matthew. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Two modern views - 1, 2, two interiors - 1, 2, the altar and the font, all  David Regan (2015). Link. Grade I listed. The site (the red-brick building behind the telegraph pole) of the demolished Congregational Chapel, as seen by Streetview in 2019. Old photos of it are available here and here (wherein it's dated to circa 1662 - 1971, and says it was latterly United Free Methodist). In the latter can be seen the surviving gable-end of a building to the chapel's left (its name Chapel Down can be seen on the Streetview) - note the small wooden doorway now replaced by a window in the modern Streetview. SK 3889 5223.
Pilsley, St. Mary.
Another view. SK 4238 6223. Link. An Evangelical Methodist Church on Bridge Street stands on the site of a Primitive Methodist Chapel. Its frontage is closer to the road than the that of the P.M. chapel, so whether anything of it survives is unclear. SK 4237 6239. Link. The former Wesley Methodist Church on Church Road, which was the former Sunday School for the adjacent demolished Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. The original chapel stood on the area of grass at the left in a Streetview of 2009. Note the headstones in the background. SK 4248 6220. All David Regan (2021).
Pleasley, St. Michael on Church Lane. SK 5042 6457. David Regan (2011).
Link. Grade II* listed. St. Barnabas at Pleasley Hill is dated here to 1895. SK 5076 6397. David Regan (2011). The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Chesterfield Road is dated here to 1869, closing "before 1920", and appears to now be residential.
SK 5062 6426. David Regan (2021). The former Free United Methodist Chapel on Crow Hill is now in commercial use. Map evidence shows it was built before 1875, and went out of religious use between 1938 and 1955. SK 5055 6419. David Regan (2021). The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, now in commercial use. It pre-dates a map of 1899, and was closed in 1970 (source). SK 5012 6460. David Regan (2021). What is likely to be its predecessor is shown on a map of 1875, on Chesterfield Road. It's difficult to locate it precisely, but will have stood somewhere within this view, from Streetview in 2019. Circa SK 507 642.
Pinxton, St. Helen. Another view, and an interior view. SK 4535 5502. All Alan Craxford. Grade II listed. The town Wikipedia entry says that the church was near derelict at the end of the 19th century, and a Mission Room was used instead - this will probably be
the Mission Room which shows on maps of the time, at SK 4590 5545, set back from Church Lane (now Church Street East). It stood here, or close to it, as seen in a Streetview of 2019. The Town Street Methodist Church is a former Free United Methodist Chapel of 1861. SK 4590 5553. David Regan (2021). Old maps mark a Primitive Methodist Chapel on Slade Lane at SK 4576 5539. It's dated here to circa 1893 - circa 1966. The bungalows built on the site can be seen here in a Streetview of 2019. Another old Methodist Chapel stood on Alexander Terrace at Pinxton Wharf. Its site, seen here on a Streetview of 2015, can be compared with old photos of the chapel here and here, where it labelled as Wharfe Chapel - note the surviving building beyond it. The 25" O.S. map of 1892-1914 labels it as Free United, and this source dates it to 1876. SK 4539 5450.

Quarndon, St. Paul (1874) on Church Road. SK 335 410. The former Wesleyan Chapel (1859), also on Church Road, is now in secular use. SK 334 409. Both Mike Berrell (2011).

Radbourne, St. Andrew. Interior view. SK 286 359. Both Richard Roberts (2014). Link. Grade I listed.
Renishaw, St. Matthew the Apostle on Main Road.
Another view. SK 4472 7787. Both David Regan (2020). Link. Older maps show a Free United Methodist Chapel at the eastern end of the village on Sheffield Road, opposite its junction with Emmett Carr Lane, at SK 4516 7780. Its site can be seen on a 2009 Streetview. This source provides dates of pre-1878 to 1967. The present Trinity Methodist Church, on Circular Drive, can be seen on a 2008 Streetview. SK 4474 7778. Link.
Repton.
Riddings, St. James. Its grade II listing dates it to 1832. SK 4290 5276.
David Regan (2021). Another view from Streetview in 2019. An old postcard view of the interior. Link. A short bell-ringing video. The former (or site of the former) Congregational Church on Church Street, now in residential use. Another view. SK 4268 5270. Both David Regan (2021). A useful history here dates it to 1821, and explains that whether anything survives of the chapel is uncertain. An old postcard here has an interior view showing the organ. The former Methodist Church (Wesleyan, 1838) on Spring Road is also now in residential use. It's stated here to have closed "after 1995". SK 4315 5260. David Regan (2021). The former Zion Free United Methodist Chapel stands on South Street at SK 4278 5242. Evidently in commercial or industrial use, it can be seen here in a 2019 Streetview. The National Archives references documents pertaining to the chapel from 1856 to 1916. Old maps show a Free United Methodist Chapel across the road just a short distance east of Zion, at SK 4278 5242. Streetview saw the housing built on the site in 2019. For some discussions around the possibility that this was originally a Primitive Methodist Chapel, see here. A Baptist Chapel once stood on the north side of South Street, east of Zion, at SK 4292 5248. The National Archives references documents for 1824-1973. The housing built on the site can be seen here, on a 2019 Streetview. Church of Christ on Shaw Street, as seen by Streetview in 2011. Its date-stone reads "Christians Meeting House A.D. 1872". A 25" O.S. map of 1892-1914 labels it as Christian Brethren Chapel. SK 4236 5288. The same map marks the site of the vanished medieval St. Mary Magdalen's Chapel at SK 4308 5274. The site can't be seen on Streetview. Link.
Ripley.
Rodsley, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1823), now a private residence. SK 201 403. Richard Roberts (2014).
Risley, All Saints on Derby Road. It was founded as a chapel in 1593. SK 461 357. Richard Roberts (2014). Grade II* listed.
Rosliston, St. Mary the Virgin on Main Street, founder before 1291. SK 243 168. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. A modern view, Richard Roberts (2014). Link. Grade II* listed.
Rowsley, St. Katherine, on Church Lane. SK 255 661. James Murray. Two interior views - 1, 2, and a tablet recording a bequest, all Mike Berrell (2011). Link. Methodist Church. James Murray.

Sandiacre, St. Giles, founded circa 1160. SK 4800 3726. Richard Roberts (2014). Three additional views - 1, 2, 3, all David Regan (2021). Link. Grade I listed. The Methodist Church (1981) on Butt Street and Bennett Street stands adjacent to its Primitive Methodist predecessor, which now serves as the church hall. Map evidence show that it was built between 1901 and 1914. SK 4773 3645. David Regan (2021). Link. Its My Primitive Methodists entry mentions an earlier P.M. chapel on Mill Street of 1833. It was still extant when a map of 1880 was being prepared, though precisely which building is intended isn't clear. In any event, it no longer survives, as all the buildings along what is now Mill Lane are evidently modern. It's site is probably within this view, David Regan (2021). The former Central Methodist Church on Station Road had previously been a United/Free Methodist Church. It's now an events venue, and its history page dates the church to 1886; there is also an old photo. SK 4795 3640. David Regan (2021). The former Wesleyan Reform Chapel (later United Free Methodist) on Town Street. Every map I have access to labels this just as Chapel, and the identification is solely based on the entry for it here. SK 4795 3660. David Regan (2021). A Wesleyan Methodist Chapel once stood on Church Street at SK 4800 3701. Housing has been built on the site, David Regan (2021). Photos of the chapel can be found here and here. This source dates it to 1878, replacing an earlier chapel of 1827, and it says that this former chapel also survives as an electrical store on Town Street. It's commercial days seem to be behind it; it's current usage is uncertain. David Regan (2021). The town Genuki entry says "There was an ancient chapel here, dedicated to Saint Sytha (or Osyth), a Mercian princess who died circa AD 700". I've been unable to find any mention of its location.
Sawley, All Saints. Aidan McRae Thomson. Link. Baptist Chapel on Wilne Road. The stone in the gable reads "G BAPTIST CHAPEL ERECTED A.D.1800 ENLARGED A.D. 1843". The spire visible in the background belongs to All Saints. Richard Roberts (2013).
Sawmills, St. Mary's Mission Church on Ripley Road. Built before 1921, Richard advises that it appears to be disused. SK 360 522. Richard Roberts (2014).
Scarcliffe, St. Leonard. Another view. Both David Regan (2011). Link.
Scropton, St. Paul, on Scropton Road. Built 1855-6, but earlier monuments and tombstones (mentioned in the listing) indicate an earlier church stood here. Richard suggests a late C15 foundation. Another view. SK 192 301. Richard Roberts (2014). Grade II listed.
Shardlow, St. James (1838, by Harry Stevens of Derby) on London Road. SK 437 303. Richard Roberts (2013). Grade II listed.
Sheen, St. Luke. Interior view. Former Wesleyan Chapel. All James Murray. An old postcard view, from Reg Dosell's Collection.
Sheldon, St. Michael and All Angels. Interior view. Both Chris Emms (2011). Link.
Shirebrook, Holy Trinity. Another view. This link has a drawing of the building as originally intended. Grade II listed - link. Methodist Church. All David Regan (2011).
Shirland, St. Leonard. Another view. Both David Regan (2011). Link. Grade II* listed - link.
Shirley, St. Michael. James Murray.
Shottle, St. Lawrence (1824) on Lambhouse Lane. SK 312 493. News story. The former Baptist Church (1882) on Lambhurst Lane and Heavygate Lane - now in secular use. SK 311 497. Both Richard Roberts (2014).
Shuttlewood, the former Banister Memorial Chapel (Methodist, originally Primitive), dated here to 1908-1993.
Banister will be Enoch Banister. SK 4668 7275. David Regan (2020). It stands on the site of (or is very close to the site of) an earlier Mission Room. The 1:25000 1953 O.S. map shows another church or chapel just a short distance SW, on the opposite side of the road, at SK 4660 7273. It seems to be the same building as (or is on the site of) a school marked on earlier maps, but a house now stands on the site, seen here on a 2019 Streetview. A 1916-18 map labels it as St. Laurence's Mission Church, and later on a map of 1973 (the last to show it that I can find) as St. Laurence Church.
Smalley, St. John the Baptist on Main Road. Its grade II listing dates it to 1793, with later additions.
SK 4064 4414. David Regan (2021). Three additional views - 1, 2, 3, all Karel Kuča (2019). Link. Baptist Church (1790, and later extended) on Main Road. Grade II listed. Another view. SK 4071 4455. Both Gervase N. E. Charmley (2013).
Smisby, St. James on Forties Lane and Annwell Lane, founded in 1068. SK 347 191. Link1. Link2. Grade I listed. The former Methodist Chapel on Chapel Street. Built as Wesleyan in 1845, it's now semi-derelict. SK 349 191. Both Richard Roberts (2014).
Somercotes.
Somersal Herbert, St. Peter and St. Blaise, of C12 foundation. Interior view. SK 136 351. Link. Grade II listed. Chapel on the Hill at Hill Somersal is linked with Dove Evangelical Free Church in Uttoxeter, but was built as Wesleyan Methodist in 1900. SK 141 348. Link. All Richard Roberts (2014).
South Darley, St. Mary the Virgin. Bill McKenzie.
South Normanton.
South Wingfield, All Saints. Interior view. Link. Birches Lane Baptist Church. Zion Methodist Church. All James Murray.
Sparrowpit, Methodist Church. SK 090 808. Mike Berrell.
Spinkhill, Church of the Immaculate Conception (R.C., 1846).
Older maps call it St. Mary's. SK 4544 7861. David Regan (2020). Link. Grade II listed.
Spondon, Derby see the Derby page.
Stanhope Bretby, Methodist Church on Ashby Road East. Built as a United Methodist mission room, circa 1900. SK 285 220. Richard Roberts (2014).
Stanley, St. Andrew on Station Road. SK 419 404. Richard Roberts (2015). Grade II listed.
Stanley Common, United Church of All Saints (Anglican and Methodist) on Belper Road. Built as All Saints in 1913, it merged with the Methodists in 2003. SK 415 423. Richard Roberts (2015).
Stanton by Bridge, St. Michael. James Murray. Link.
Stanton-by-Dale, St. Michael and All Saints, founded circa 1350. Some sources call it St. Michael and All Angels. SK 465 382. Grade II* listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1860) on Dale Road, now a private residence. SK 464 379. Both Richard Roberts (2014).
Stanton in Peak, Holy Trinity (1839) on Main Road. Interior view. SK 241 642. Grade II listed. Wesleyan Reform Chapel (1829) on Lees Road. SK 243 640. Grade II listed. All Richard Roberts (2014).
Stanton Lees, Independent Evangelical Church on Lees Road. It was built as a Wesleyan Reform Chapel in 1863, re-built in 1898, and became Independent in 1971. SK 252 630. Richard Roberts (2014).
Staveley, St. John the Baptist on Church Street. SK 4335 7487. Bill Henderson. Another view,
David Regan (2020). Lots of interior photos here. Link. Grade II* listed. A churchyard cross is listed separately, also as grade II. The Methodist Church of 1976 stands on Chesterfield Road at SK 4302 7458. David Regan (2021). Link. It was successor to Trinity Methodist Church (1904), also on Chesterfield Road, at SK 4309 7455. A photo is available here. The same source says that this had been preceded by two earlier chapels of 1827 and 1849, though it doesn't locate either of them. With all the changes to surrounding buildings and road layout it's difficult to locate exactly where the church stood, but it will be somewhere in this Streetview of 2020. The former Lowgates Methodist Church was built as Free United in 1874. It stands on Lowgates at SK 4381 7487. Its closure is dated to 1987 here. Another view. Both David Regan (2021). The former St. Joseph (R.C., 1933) on Chesterfield Road. SK 4264 7425. David Regan (2020). Link. Zion Primitive Methodist Chapel stood on Inkersall Road and Speedwell Terrace at SK 4334 7440. A photo is available here wherein it's dated to 1908-1969, and preceded by an earlier chapel of 1873, destroyed in a fire in 1903. It's unclear which of the chapels is in the photo. Chapel and Speedwell Terrace have both gone, and their sites are under a large industrial estate - seen here in a 2009 Streetview. A short way south of Zion was a Mission Room, at SK 4329 7424. Now under the same industrial estate, it stood roughly here, as seen in a 2018 Streetview. Salvation Army on Wharf Lane. David Regan (2021). Link. Two Mortuary Chapels are shown in Staveley Cemetery on Inkersall Road, the CoE at SK 4321 7409, and Nonconformist at SK 7410. Not visible to Streetview, I've been unable to find a photo of the latter chapel, but there are several of the derelict CoE chapel here.
Steetley, All Saints. An old church, it has legendary links with the Robin Hood stories. Another view, and the superb Norman door. All David Regan (2011). Link1. Link2.
Stonebroom, St. Peter on High Street, labelled on earlier maps as Mission Church. Its grade II listing dates it to 1900. SK 4159 5978. Link. The Methodist Church also stands on High Street, on the site of Zion Primitive Methodist Chapel. In fact not quite on the same site, as old maps show that Zion stood with its long axis at 90 to the road, extending away from the three parking bays at the right side of the plot seen in a 2020 Streetview. Despite having been demolished relatively recently, I've been unable to find a photo of Zion. SK 4141 5969. Link. Both
David Regan (2021). There was at one time a Baptist Chapel, just a few yards west of Zion, at SK 4135 5966. Demolished, its site is behind the house seen here in a 2020 Streetview. It's dated here to 1877 to "after 1995". There was also a Free United Methodist Chapel (Bethel) on High Street at SK 4154 5972. National archives references documents pertaining to the chapel to 1879-1969. A photo is available here, and the house occupying the site today can be seen in a 2020 Streetview.
Stoney Middleton, St. Martin. The tower is all that remains of the medieval church, the octagonal extension having been added in 1759, after the original was destroyed in a fire. The pews all face the centre of the octagon. Interior views towards the altar, and the entrance from the tower. All Steve Bulman. Link.
Stretton, the site of the demolished United Methodist Chapel. It stood immediately behind where the bus shelter is today, long axis parallel to the road. SK 3926 6114. The village cemetery is about of a mile west of the village, and has a double Mortuary Chapel, Church of England and Nonconformist. According to this source the cemetery dates from 1884; whether the chapels date from the same time is so far not clear. SK 3813 6138. All
David Regan (2021). There was at one time St. James Mission Church in the village, at SK 3917 6123. First marked on a map of 1917-18, it appears to have still been active as late as 1978. This source says it was closed "about 1875" and later demolished. I've been unable to find a photo. Its site lies somewhere within the woodland on the left of a Streetview of 2019.
Sudbury, All Saints. Bill McKenzie.
Sutton on the Hill, St. Michael on Church Lane, a C14 foundation. Interior view. SK 237 342. Link. Grade II* listed. Methodist Church on Commonpiece Lane and Back Lane. It was built as Primitive Methodist in 1838. SK 236 346, All Richard Roberts (2014).
Sutton Scarsdale, St. Mary. Hemmed in by trees, high walls, and Sutton Scarsdale Hall, photographing this church is a challenge! Two further views - 1, 2. All David Regan (2010). Link.
Swadlincote, Emmanuel Church. Two further views - 1, 2, and the external bell. All BereniceUK (2010). Link. Hill Street Baptist Church (1876). SK 302 194. Richard Roberts (2014). The former West Street Methodist Church (originally Wesleyan) dates from 1863, replacing an earlier church of 1816 which had been enlarged in 1823 and 1837. SK 298 196. Richard Roberts (2017).
Swanwick, the former St. Saviour, re-erected at Swanwick Station as part of the Swanwick Museum, originally stood at Westhouses. Built in 1898, it was re-built on its present site in 1995. Another view, interior view, and the font. All Dennis Harper (2011). St. Andrew, SK 4043 5321. David Regan (2015). A comprehensive link. Grade II listed. Baptist Church on Chapel Street in 2015, and in 2021. SK 4040 5351. Both David Regan. Link (scroll down). The former United Free Methodist Chapel on High Street. SK 4033 5344. David Regan (2015). It now forms part of today's Methodist Church, though the main entrance is now on Derby Road, as seen here,
David Regan (2021). Link. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1880) on Pentrich Road. SK 4012 5322. David Regan (2015).
Swarkestone, St. James on Church Lane. The church was largely re-built in 1874-5 by F. J. Robinson, but there is some fabric from the 16th century and earlier. SK 371 285. James Murray. Interior view, Richard Roberts (2018). Link. Grade II* listed.

Taddington, St. Michael and All Angels. SK 141 712. Dorothy Turley. Another view. Mike Berrell (2010). Link. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1903). SK 145 711. Mike Berrell (2010).
Tansley, Holy Trinity. Link. Methodist Church. Both James Murray.
Temple Normanton, St. James the Apostle - most unusual! Another view. Both David Regan (2011). Link.
Thorpe, St. Leonard on Church Lane, founded in 1150. Interior view. SK 156 501. Both Richard Roberts (2014). Link. Grade I listed.
Tibshelf, St. John the Baptist. SK 4407 6087. David Regan (2011). Link. Grade II listed. The Methodist Church on High Street was originally Wesleyan.
This source dates it to "before 1810". SK 4374 6051. David Regan (2020).
Ticknall, St. George (1842) on Church Lane, and an interior view. SK 351 241. Link. Grade II listed. It replaced St. Thomas of Canterbury, also on Church Lane, which was demolished in 1840, and whose ruins lie nearby. SK 351 240. It has two listings entries, 1, 2, both grade II. Methodist Church on Chapel Street, built as Wesleyan in 1815. Grade II listed. All Richard Roberts (2014).
Tideswell.
Tintwistle, Christ Church, on Church Street. Bill Henderson. Two interior views - 1, 2, and an angel, all Mike Berrell (2011). U.R.C. SK 024 974. Mike Berrell. Interior view, Mike Berrell (2013). Ebenezer Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist), on Old Road, dates from 1830. Now in residential use. SK 026 975. Mike Berrell.
Tissington, St. Mary. Another view. SK 176 522. Inside the entrance porch is an early tympanum (is this Norman or Saxon?). Also from an early date is the carved, drum shaped font. Interior view. The large FitzHerbert memorial is shown more clearly here. The Norman-style windows look too crisp to be original. SK 176 522. All Steve Bulman. Link. Methodist Church (1955), currently undergoing work. Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011).
Toadhole Furnace, the former Fri
ends' Meeting House (the middle building) on Shirland Road. Its grade II listing dates it to 1743. SK 3892 5695.
David Regan (2021). Link.
Trusley, All Saints (1713). SK 253 355. Richard Marriott (2011). Another view, Richard Roberts (2014), who advises that the church was built for William Coke of the nearby Trusley Hall, and that the ornate doorway on the church came from there when it was demolished. Link. Grade II* listed.
Tupton, St. John. Link. Evangelical Church. Link. Both David Regan (2011).
Turnditch, All Saints on Ashbourne Road. Founded before 1589. Interior view. SK 295 465. Both Richard Roberts (2014). Link. Grade II listed. The former Primitive Methodist Church. Green Bank Independent Church. Both Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011).
Twyford, St. Andrew. John French. Link.

Unstone, St. Mary (1920) on Crow Lane. SK 3766 7745. Les Needham (2017). Another view, David Regan (2020). Link. The former Methodist Church, also on Crow Lane, was built as Wesleyan in 1847. SK 3773 7743. David Regan (2020). Link.
Upper Langwith
, Church of the Holy Cross. Another view. Both David Regan (2011). Link. Grade II* listed - link.

Waingroves, the Methodist Church (2000) on Waingroves Road. SK 4117 4954. Link. It is successor to Refuge Chapel on Church Street, originally United Free Methodist. It's dated here to 1867, re-built in 1880 following a fire. A photo here from 2000 shows it when it was still the Methodist Church. Both David Regan (2021).
Walton on Trent
, St. Laurence on Station Lane - a C12 foundation. SK 215 182. Richard Roberts (2014). Grade II* listed.
Wardlow, Church of the Good Shepherd. SK 182 748. Bill McKenzie. Another view, and two interior views - 1, 2, all Mike Berrell (2010).
Wensley, Methodist Church. Here was founded in 1849 the Wesleyan Local Preachers' Aid Association. Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011).
Wessington, Christ Church. James Murray. Another view. Bill Henderson. Link. Primitive Methodist Church. (James thought it looked disused). James Murray.
West Hallem, St. Wilfred. Another view. SK
4322 4111. David Regan (2021). Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed.
Westhouses, St. Saviour - see Swanwick, above. The Methodist Church on Alfreton Road was built as Primitive Methodist in 1897.
SK 4225 5781. David Regan (2020). Link.
Weston-on-Trent, St. Mary the Virgin on Church Drive. SK 392 276. Richard Roberts (2014). Another view, and the interior, both Richard Roberts (2017).  Grade I listed. Methodist Church (formerly Ebenezer Wesleyan, 1846) on Swarkstone Road and Main Street. SK 280 402. Richard Roberts (2013). Link.
Whaley Bridge.
Whaley Thorns, St Luke (1878).
SK 5324 7112. Link. The former Methodist Church on West Street and Chapel Street was originally Wesleyan, built in 1908. It's now a heritage centre. SK 5314 7108. Both David Regan (2020). This link makes reference to an earlier chapel of 1894, and quotes another source as it having been converted to use as a Sunday School. An examination of the 25" O.S. map of 1897 suggests that the older chapel survives as the rear part of today's church. It can be seen here in a 2011 Streetview.
Whitwell, St. Lawrence. David Regan (2011). Link.
Willington, St. Michael. James Murray. Link. Willington Baptist Chapel on Twyford Road was founded before 1851; the current building looks to be mid-late C20. SK 296 285. Richard Roberts (2013). Link. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Repton Road, now in residential use. The building date is uncertain, but is before 1880, as it shows on the OS map of that year. SK 294 282. Richard Roberts (2016).
Windley, Baptist Church (1809) on Gun Hills Lane. SK 307 449. Richard Roberts (2014).
Wingerworth, All Saints. The modern extension is rather oddly aligned in a north-south orientation. SK 38319 67454. Both David Regan (2011). Three additional  views - 1, 2, 3, the sun-dial (dated 1770), weather-vane, two of the gargoyles - 1, 2, lych-gate, and the early preaching cross base. The original church, which became the medieval chancel, is now the Lady Chapel, and the old nave is now called the narthex. Between the two stands the chancel arch, with rood loft above (circa 1500, and the only one to survive in the county), and squint to the left. The ringing room has a plaque recording a bell-ringing feat. The East window; an unusual survival in the wooden beam over it is a "Jack O' The Green". Some C14 glass survives in other windows, and there is also some medieval wall painting. A carved stone effigy has been dated as circa 1200. The organ and Norman font. The interior of the modern extension. All Carole Sage (2018). Link. Grade I listed. Salem Independent Chapel (1849) on Malthouse Lane, which is now Methodist. Another view. SK 36232 66975. Both Carole Sage (2016). The Plymouth Brethren Meeting Room on Birkin Lane is a fairly recently built building. Liz Allen.
Winster.
Wirksworth.
Woodlands Valley, Woodlands Valley Methodist Chapel. SK 145 894. James Murray.
Woodthorpe, the former St. Peter, now in residential use. Its grade II listing dates it to 1849, replacing a chapel of 1632.
Another view. SK 4512 7456. Both David Regan (2021).
Woodville, St. Stephen the Martyr (1846) on Moira Road. Another view. SK 314 190. Both BereniceUK (2010). And another view, Richard Roberts (2014). Grade II listed. Methodist Church on High Street. A Wesleyan foundation of 1883, the present building is of about 1966. SK 317 188. Richard Roberts (2014).
Woolley, the former Methodist Church on Quarry Lane, which was built as Primitive Methodist in 1841 (source). SK
3695 6058. David Regan (2021).
Wormhill, St. Margaret. Dorothy Turley.

Yeaveley, Holy Trinity (1840) on Leapley Lane and Rodsley Lane. SK 186 402. James Murray. Another view, and an interior, both Richard Roberts (2014).
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