Church Address:  St. Lawrence Church,                                St. Lawrence Road, North Wingfield,                             Chesterfield, S42 5HX                                                           The Administrator: Melanie Earland,                             (01246) 852281                                                                Email:

 st. lawrence logoSt. Lawrence Church, North Wingfield


Thanks for coming to our website. The website gives you a small taste of what is happening in our church. It would be great to see you, so please join us at any of our services and activities and make yourself known.

St. Lawrence Church is part of the North Wingfield Team


Rev. Janet Frymann, Curate and Rev. Colin Cooper, Rector.

The Leadership are committed to the values of the New Wine movement.

Spiritual Care

We are working towards St. Lawrence's being an all-age church providing spiritual care for all ages and types of people.

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Church Services

10.00am Morning Service
- All-Age on the 2nd & 4th Sundays.
- Holy Communion 1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays

with LAF Kids Club.
  (Children always made welcome)
Morning services use mainly contemporary music.

6.00pm Evening Service -

A quieter more formal service with more traditional music.

Mid week fellowship takes place on the fourth Monday of every month

at the Rectory School rooms.

This is an opportunity for us to receive in depth teaching

about an aspect of the Christian faith.

For more information contact Colin or Janet.


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We are looking at:

  • Jesus, His death & Resurrection
  • The Holy Pririt, our life & breath.
  • Prayer, 1-2-1 with God.
  • The Bible, The World's best seller!

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 Prayer Line telephone number


We believe prayer to be the foundation of all we do in St. Lawrence's and to that end try to provide opportunities to pray together serveral days of the week. These meetings are designed to be at different times and different styles to suit people's busy lives and different ways of praying.

  • Monday in the Rectory School Rooms at 6.30pm for 40 minutes in a reflective style. No-one is expected to pray out loud.
  • Tuesday in church at 7.30am for 45 minutes. Group open prayer which starts with a hot drink.
  • Sunday in church 9.30am onwards before the start of the service.

All are warmly welcomed.


Growing Healing Ministry

We believe the church has a mandate to share Jesus' ministry based on Isaiah 61: 1-3.

We are looking how to learn to do this. Part of the adventure is to have a prayer ministry available at the end of  every morning and evening service.



What is a Mission Action Plan (MAP?)

Map's are a Derby Diocesan Project to encourage all churches to plan for development and growth during the next 3 years.

Each Church's MAP was produced as part of  a process of prayer, listening to God, and planning. In short, we are seeking to find out what God is doing in North Wingfield and joining in!

The St. Lawrence MAP has divided the next 3 years into terms.St. Lawrence Vision Statement

Upcoming Events


Wednesday 16th 'Healing Service'

 at St. Lawrence's at 7pm

Thursday 17th 'Maundy Thursday       Agape Supper'  at St. Barnabas at 7pm

Good Friday 'Meditation on the cross'   

at St.Lawrence's 2pm to 3pm

Good Friday 'Reflection'  

at St. Bartholomew's at 7pm

Easter Sunday 'Holy Communion with L.A.F'

at St. Lawrence's 10.00am

Easter Sunday 'Easter Praise'  

at St. Lawrence's at 6pm

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Easter Bonnet Parade

Saturday 19 April at 10am

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Cafe Style Service (Pastor on The Spot)

Sunday 4 May at 6.00pm

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As we enter Holy Week ...

He suffered not as God, but He who suffered was God.  John Owen



The best news the world ever had came from a graveyard.  



The death of Christ was the most dreadful blow ever given to the empire of darkness.  William Plumer



The world cannot bury Christ. The earth is not deep enough for his tomb, the clouds  are not wide enough for his winding-sheet. 

E Thomson



He suffered not as God, but He who suffered was God.  John Owen



The empty tomb of Christ has been the cradle of the church. WR Nicoll


The Christian church has the resurrection written all over it.  E G Robinson