We are excited that with the removal of legal restrictions, we have more freedom at church and, for example, will be able to sing together again. However, we are also keen to care for those who want to be more cautious.
For these reasons we will continue to ask you to book for the morning service (links below) to join us at church and we will have a “traffic light” system corresponding to 3 seating zones in church, and representing 3 possible ways in which people would like to be treated.
Here you will find our online services/other recorded meetings/talks.
Our next service link is available below, we hope you can join with us. (If there are any problems getting through on this page, please try our YouTube page directly by clicking here.)
We have our own bookstall online, hosted by the Good Book Company.
In our sermons this term (Spring 2021), we're looking at Hebrews, so we've added a few biographies (as many of the faithful men and women in the Old Testament are mentioned in Hebrews, and we can learn a lot from their faith) to the bookstall.
If you’re isolated, and need care & support, or would like to talk to or pray with someone, St Nicholas is your local parish church and we’d love to try and help.
Please get in touch with us.
Tel: 0208 767 8033
If you know somebody who wants to investigate the Christian faith, why not invite them to Christianity Explored on Zoom. Or it might be you yourself – why not come?
An eight week course with more chance to dig into questions like “Why believe in Jesus – and what does it mean to be a Christian?” Feel free to come once just to see what it’s like.
Due to the current social distancing restrictions all courses will be run online for the foreseeable future.
St Nicholas Church has partnered with Christians Against Poverty to offer CAP Money courses in our community. The courses run for 3 weeks, each session lasting 2 hours. The service we offer is completely free.