COVID rules at St Nicholas are changing.

If the situation around covid allows, we intend to make changes from Sunday the 15th of August onwards. We will still have a 9.30am Communion service and a 4.00pm Communion service. In the morning service we will return to singing hymns. Mask wearing of course is optional. All in accordance with what the C of E rules allow.

Those who have anxiety about the relaxing of rules can come to our 4.00pm service. In this service there will not be any singing and mask wearing will still be encouraged.

Communion Service 09:30 and 4:00pm Sunday 1st, 15th, 22nd & 29th August.

Service on the Green 10:00am Sunday 8th August.

Muddy Church is a place for people to wander and wonder.

Muddy Church is a fun and engaging place, enjoying creation, nature and being together.

Muddy Church is a place for wandering and wondering about God. Being together no matter what the weather, exploring and journeying.

JAM is exploring Muddy Church this summer.

Join us on the village green on Sunday 1, 8, 15 August @ 10am

Please see our Forthcoming Events for details of our Parish Weekend 2021.

"We at St Nicholas Wrea Green seek to demonstrate the same spirit of generosity shown by our Patron Saint. We want to dedicate our time, talents and money to the greater glory of God, for the benefit of those less fortunate than ourselves and for the building of God's Kingdom in this place."   

Please see what JAM gets up to by going to the page below.

God loves a cheerful giver!" (2Corintians 9 v7) Please donate to the work of St Nicholas Wrea Green by using the link below

If you prefer, our QR code is here.


More details can be found on our COVID - 19 page

For the latest COVID-19 advice and prayer resources, please visit -

Also, for the latest COVID - 19 news with our Parish, please see our dedicated COVID-19 page.

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Child Friendly Church Award

St Nicholas is proud to be a Child Friendly Church.

The church first received this award at a special Education Sunday service at Blackburn Cathedral on Sunday 31 January 2010.

The award has been renewed since that date.