We are a congregation of mixed ages seeking to grow as disciples of Jesus Christ under the authority of the Bible, in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Our Sunday morning service is at 11:00 at Darfield and varies between Holy Communion, Morning Prayer and All-age worship. The evening service at Darfield is at 18:00, again with a variety between Holy Communion and Evening Praise.
Precise details can be found on the notice board in the church porch or on our Service Times page. We generally include a mix of modern and traditional music. Also have a look at our What We Believe page for more detailed information.
Children are encouraged to attend the service, and if they need it, there is a room at the back with toys, with speakers through which the service can be heard.
Our services are shaped by The Church of England’s “Common Worship” and occasionally midweek we use the Book of Common Prayer.
We look to support Christian mission at home and abroad, currently we specifically support Scripture Union, CPAS, Release International and a worker in Cambodia. We are part of the Diocese of Sheffield.
We have a Mission Partnership with our local churches, a Mothers Union, several Fellowship groups that meet during the week, various Musical activities, which include a choir, a music group and a team of Bellringers There are many opportunities to Explore the Christian Faith.
The Parish of Darfield is committed to high standards in the safeguarding and care of children, young people and vulnerable adults. Our Safeguarding Officer is Adam Fingerneissl, who can be contacted as indicated on our Safeguarding Information poster, which gives further information and contacts details. Our Safeguarding policy is available, which includes a section on Domestic Abuse and a section on Social Media Guidelines.