Kirk Langley is a village in Derbyshire. The village is four miles north of Derby and two miles south east of Brailsford on the A52 road.
The Church of St Michael is early 14th century, built when the early English style was giving way to the Decorated, on the site of a much older one, for which traces of a Saxon wall near the west door provides some evidence. It has a fine Perp tower and contains some interesting heraldic glass and tiles. The screen under the tower is one of oldest timber sreens in Derbyshire.