Our regular Sunday services are:
9.00am (communion on first, third and fifth Sundays of the month)
10.30am (communion on the second Sunday)
7.00pm (communion on the fourth Sunday)
We also meet for coffee, croissant and prayer each Wednesday at 7.45am (prayer from 8.00-8.30am) at the church centre on Maid Marian Way
View a calendar of events and services at St Nic's, and see if the church is free.
To subscribe to the St Nic’s weekly Newslip, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the word 'subscribe' in the subject line. A link to a PDF version of the Newslip will be sent to you each week along with other news and information from the church. PDFs can be displayed using free software such as Adobe Acrobat Reader.
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