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Daily Prayer

Below are links to the following daily services (Daily Prayer provided by the official Church of England web site, The Archbishops' Council of the Church of England, 2002-2004)

Mickleover Churches & Community

We are in covenant with the other churches in Mickleover: The following websites provide local news and events in Mickleover:

Church Related Websites

Below are some links to other church related website:

Charity sites

Some of the charities our Church supports:
  • Friends of Kenya's Children
    Our current major project based in the Eldoret region of Kenya.
  • Fairtrade
    Fairtrade is an organisation which promotes better prices, decent working conditions and fair terms of trade for farmers and workers.
  • Highfields Happy Hens
    Our Church sells eggs from this local farm which provides support for struggling young people.
  • Toilet Twinning
    The toilets at St John's have been twinned under the Toilet Twinning scheme.
  • Derby Refugee Advice Centre
    Advice, advocacy and support for Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Derby.
  • Refugee Council
    Works to help and inform refugees to Britain so that they can recieve training and understand the legal processes required for asylum.
  • Derby - City of Sanctuary
    An umbrella group working to create a climate of welcome for asylum seekers and refugees in Derby
  • Christian Aid
    Works with the world's poorest people to help improve their quality of life, regardless of ethnicity or faith.
  • Church Mission Society
    Sends out missions to over 50 countries to spread the Christain message.
  • USPG
    We support the work of United Society Partners in the Gospel
  • Medical Foundation for the care of victims of torture
    Provides assistance and holistic medical and psychotherapeutic treatment for victims of torture.
  • Church Army
    A society of evangelists linked to the Anglican Church who are committed to sharing faith in word and action and to enable people to come to a living faith in Jesus Christ.