The Source

The Source

The Source coffee shop is a welcoming, friendly place providing excellent café facilities where people can meet, relax and be refreshed. We aim to offer a quality service, generous hospitality, good value for money and a range of the best Fairtrade and ethically sourced products we can find. We also use the Source as the venue for most of our courses.

Upstairs at the Source a training room (seats up to 30) and small meeting room (seats up to 4) are available for hire; click here to download a leaflet.

Opening Times

Monday:9.30am - 3pm
Tuesday:9.30am - 3pm
Wednesday:9.30am - 3pm
Thursday:9.30am - 3pm
Friday:9.30am - 3pm
Saturday:9.30am - 3pm

Turning Point Trust

Turning Point Trust

Since 2014 we have been supporting the work of Turning Point Trust in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya. Jon and Jo Parsons, now part of our leadership team, were instrumental in setting up TPT and continue to be involved from the UK.

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People Of Hope

For the last 10 years we have also been supporting the work of the People of Hope in the Clarens, South Africa. This charitable work set up by Dihlabeng Christian Church provides love, care and practical support for families affected by HIV-AIDS. Many of us have visited this project in Clarens and we are honoured to be able to be a part of it.

Buxton Community Church


Much of the work we do with the poor in Buxton is done in partnership with our good friends at BCC. We also have regular joint times of worship with them.

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Cherish Family Support


Cherish (Pregnancy & Family Support) Ltd is a Buxton based charity, providing caring support for expectant mothers and families in need of emotional or practical help due to pregnancy or parenting difficulties. Buxton Church in the Peak has been proud to support this work since its launch in 2007.

Cherish operates a range of pregnancy and family support services to lend a helping hand or a listening ear when needed:

  • Choices Counselling Service is a professional, confidential counselling service provided by a team of qualified counsellors and psychotherapists specialising in pregnancy related issues.
  • Little Blessings is a nearly new maternity and children’s store. The shop is open to the public Monday to Saturday from 9.30am to 5pm and run as a social enterprise for local community benefit.
  • Cherish Family Support Fund is a local community fund operated through Little Blessings to provide free baby clothes, toys and essential equipment for expectant mothers or young families in financial hardship.

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Fairfield Residents Association

Buxton Church in the Peak is proud to support the work of the Fairfield Residents Association and for several years we have provided Christmas food hampers for some of the poorest families.

High Peak Food Bank

We also provide ongoing support for the local Food Bank housed at the Buxton United Reform Church, both financially and by taking regular food donations, both at the Source and at our Sunday meetings.

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