At St Nicholas Church we want to see more people knowing Jesus and more justice in the world.
We welcome all gifts no matter how large or small and promise to use them wisely.
It costs about £4000 a month for us to run the church. Most of this money is raised through the generous giving of our congregation.
If you would like to become a regular giver please consider joining ‘The Parish Giving Scheme’ (please email for more information)
If giving by cheque, please make it payable to ‘St NIcholas Church PCC’ .
Gift aid envelopes are available at church. We also have a contactless pay station.
If you would like more information about how to leave a legacy to St. Nicholas Church please email
Current Sunday Services
Our Sunday worship service at 10:30 am in the church building has resumed.
In relation to attending church services please be aware of the following:
If you have any questions relating to any of the above please do email.
Access & faclilties for the disabled:
Allergies and dietary requirements:
St. Nicholas Church is a great venue for a wedding and a Christian marriage ceremony is very special. Please do contact us if you are considering a church wedding sometime in the future. We would be delighted to help.
Baptisms normally take place during our 10:30 am Sunday service on the fourth Sunday of the month.
Prior to this you will be invited to attend a preparation meeting.
If you would like to make an enquiry please do get in touch.
Bereavement is difficult and we want to do all we can to help you. Working with local Funeral Directors, we can conduct a funeral service either at St.Nicholas Church or a Crematorium. The first point of contact would usually be with one of the local firms but please do get in touch beforehand if you wish to do so.
There are a number of options:
An annual Memorial Service is held at 6:30 pm on the third Sunday of each February to recognise the continuing grief that we all feel when we’ve lost loved ones. It gives families and friends another opportunity to remember their loved one.
Visiting the Churchyard:
The churchyard is open to the public by foot at all times via entrances on Windy Arbor Road and Mitre Close. The entrance on Mitre Close is open for vehicle access at weekends from 10:00 am - 4:00pm. The older sections of the churchyard are not accessible by vehicle but the steps on the paths do have handrails.
Dog walkers are welcome in the churchyard but your dog should be on a lead and under control at all times. It is your responsibility to immediately bag and remove from the churchyard any dog dirt. Please take particular care that your pet does not foul near burial plots or on pathways.
Churchyard Plots & Memorials:
Regretfully we are no longer able to provide complimentary rubbish disposal. You are kindly asked to take all rubbish home.
In relation to the placing or replacing of headstones, plaques or other items in the churchyard it is important to be aware of the following:
All plots remain the property of the church and are subject to the churchyard rules relating to the section of the churchyard where the plot is situated. Details are available from the vicar or Church Council.
All memorials (ie. headstones, plaques etc.) must conform with the churchyard rules governing the section of the churchyard where they are to be placed. For example, the newer South West section (at the back of the churchyard near Mitre Close) is a grassed section and the placing of curbs etc. is not allowed.
Permission must be sought from the vicar or Church Council prior to the placing or replacing of any memorial. It is always best to do this before paying for any work as unauthorised stonework may be removed. Once approved, the appropriate churchyard fee must also be paid (this is usually included in a stonemason’s bill).
Stonemasons must inform and have the vicar’s or Church Council’s permission before conducting any work in the churchyard. Any replaced stonework must be removed from the churchyard.
All memorials must conform to British safety standards. Memorials are checked periodically and unsafe stones are laid flat (stones sometimes begin to lean over because of subsidence). It is then the family’s responsibility to have the headstone reinstalled safely.
Loose items of decoration are not encouraged and the church cannot accept any responsibility for damage or theft. The church reserves the right to remove decorations it considers excessive, unsuitable, hazardous or obstructive to churchyard maintenance.
It you have any questions please email
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