We meet every Sunday at QUAD, right in the very heart of Derby City Centre. QUAD is Derby’s £11million centre for art and film, situated in the Market Place in the City Centre.
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QUAD, Market Place, Cathedral Quarter, Derby, DE1 3AS
(Please do not direct any postal correspondence to this address. Instead please use our PO Box address: Jubilee Church, PO Box 7736, Derby, DE1 0RY)
Exit M1 at J25, take the A52 towards Derby and follow signs to the City Centre / Cathedral Quarter.
Road Closed To Traffic: Please note that Corporation Street (outside the council building) is now closed to traffic (except buses & taxis) from 7am-7pm daily. Traffic Cameras are in place and you will receive a fine if you use it to access QUAD. Please approach QUAD from Full Street or Derwent Street only. See map for details
Car parking is available at a variety of City Centre car parks or on street. Our recommended car park is the Phoenix Street Car Park. This is accessible via Stuart Street as Phoenix Street and Stuart Street are both one way. We are using the 24hr pay and display on Phoenix Street which is £3 for 3 hrs or £5 all day. See map for details
For other options, download our guide to car parking in the City Centre.
Buses terminate at the main bus station just along from QUAD on Morledge. The Bus station is served by a variety of bus companies including: Arriva, Trent Barton (inc. The Red Arrow), Your Bus, Notts and Derby and National Express.
There are bike racks just outside QUAD's main entrance and excellent cycle routes from across the city. For more information about cycling around Derby visit: Cycle Derby.
Derby is a world-famous rail centre with over 30 fast daily services to London St Pancras, (approx. 2hrs). You can travel directly to Derby from Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Cardiff, Dundee, Edinburgh, Leeds, Newcastle, Southampton, Plymouth and many other destinations. More locally there are direct connections to Matlock, Nottingham, Sheffield and Stoke-on-Trent. The station was first opened in 1839 and was at the time one of the largest stations in the country.
The station is situated just over a mile from QUAD and is a short taxi ride or 15min walk.
QUAD is a fully accessible building, with an automatic front door (push button), a lift to the upper floors and accessible toilets on every floor. Access spaces are available in the main cinema screen, and can be used independently or can be situated next to seats for carers or companions. The layout plan for our adult meeting room is available here.
If you would like to discuss your access requirements with us, we'd be really pleased to hear from you, please contact the church office: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01332 322655.
Derby is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city with a fantastic heritage and an exciting future.
With a current population of over 240,000, Derby is a growing and an exciting city which is home to people from over 182 countries around the world.
Our 5 priorities: LOVING GOD; LOVING ONE ANOTHER; LOVING THOSE WHO DON'T KNOW JESUS YET; SERVING THE CITY; REACHING NATIONS
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We have a passion to support families, we want everyone to feel valued & accepted. An important aspect of this is support for parents & carers of children with additional needs.
QUAD is a CINEMA, GALLERY, CAFÉ BAR and WORKSHOP that anyone can use.