We have a range of different services at St Nicolas. Everyone is welcome, just come along. Please feel free to come and try, dip in and out, on line or in person.
We are a hybrid church, this means we treat the digital space as an equally valid place for worship, fellowship, prayer, discipleship and teaching.
We have large print booklets, hymn books and Bibles if you need them.
At St Nicolas, Holy Communion (the sharing of bread and wine), is at the heart of our worship and everyone is welcome to receive. Some people have the bread and not the wine, which is still full communion. We do have gluten free bread available. You may prefer to come forward for a blessing. If you prefer to remain in your seat, that is fine as well.
Sunday 8am Holy Communion: (45 mins) In person only
This is a quiet, gentle service without hymns, with space and stillness, prayers and a talk.
Sunday 10am Holy Communion (75 mins) Live streamed and in person
This is a busier service, with songs, prayers and a talk. There are resources for younger people as well.
You can join us in person, or via YouTube. Please see our website for details here. The service is available for 2 weeks online. Please stay afterwards for refreshments and a chat.
There is prayer support available after every 10am service. You’ll find people ready to listen and pray with you confidentially, for whatever’s on your mind.
Wednesdays at 11.00am Holy Communion (1 hour) In person
A friendly communion service with songs and a talk. Refreshments are served after the service, so please do stay. If you would like to join us via zoom, please contact the office and we can arrange it
For those unable to attend church, we can bring communion to you in your home. For further details, please contact us.
Monday-Thursday 9am (20 mins) in person only
A quiet, reflective way to start your day.
Sunday 6pm online only click here for the zoom link
Everything that goes on at St Nicolas is funded through donations and fund raising.
There are plenty of toilets, facilities for people with disabilities and baby changing facilities.
Home Groups are small groups of around 8 -12 people who meet fortnightly, sometmes in person, sometimes online to explore faith, make friends and support each other. Home Groups are an ideal way of getting involved in the life of St Nicolas church. We have 7 home groups, with 58 members in total. The groups meet at different times during the week.
St Nicolas Digital Home Group Meet on zoom, the code is 889 6091 8252.
We welcome new members, and you are very welcome, whether you want to come every session or ‘dip in and out’.
The Mothers’ Union is a worldwide Christian charity seeking to support families of all kinds. It works in over 80 countries and has over 4 million members. Our mission is to put faith into action to support family life.
We have an active St Nicolas branch (founded in 1959) . We meet monthly on the second Tuesday of each month at 2.15pm in the Church with interesting speakers and social activities.
For more information, contact our Branch Leader Ingrid Pooler via the parish office. We are very pleased to be in touch with our link branches in Australia
St Nicolas Mothers’ Union is part of the Oxford Diocese MU.