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Ashbourne is a family church with a welcome and range of activities for all ages.
At the centre of all we do is our worship of God and we do this with both contemporary and traditional styles.
We have services each week at 10.30am and 6.30pm - for more details see Worship in Ashbourne.
Our church building is open to visitors every day, enabling people to simply spend some time away from the bustle of the town.
The building has ramp access and a hearing loop, and we also have toy bags for younger visitors to our services.
Our church was founded over a hundred years ago and as time passes we change and develop – but always seeking to do what God wants.
The current church was built in 1880, with school rooms beneath - now used as a residential centre. The Century Hall and Waterside Hall were added in 1900, with both in regular use by the church and local community groups. The Cornerstone, originally built in 1902, is now run by the church as a coffee shop.
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You may be interested in reading a little more of the history of Methodism in Ashbourne. Or try the historic Ashbourne website, Our Ashbourne.
Rooms and halls are available to hire. Please contact us for more details.
Ashbourne Methodist Church's postcode is DE6 1AE. You can see our exact location by zooming in on the Google Map below.
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Parking in Ashbourne is not easy. Street parking near the church is time limited to 1/2 hour except for blue badge holders. Free on street parking is available further along Mayfield Road, past the Parish Church or on the A515 towards and past St Oswald's hospital. Paid parking is available at the Leisure Centre car park, (vehicular entrance off the A515 with a pedestrian exit close to the church on Station Road). There is also parking at the Sainsbury supermarket (entrance off Station Rd or Compton via King Edward Street). Sainsbury's parking is strictly limited to 2 hours and controlled by cameras which will issue an automatic penalty notice if you overstay (at any time of day or night!).