Services will resume in Church this coming Sunday the 21st of March. There will be two Communion Services, one at 9.30am and one at 4.00pm. They will be the same service repeated to help to keep numbers down due to covid.


Please see our Forthcoming Events for details of our Easter Raffle, our Photographic competition and 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."   

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

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More details can be found on our COVID - 19 page


For the latest COVID-19 advice and prayer resources, please visit -  https://www.churchofengland.org/

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


10 ways to worship together even if not gathered


Today, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby and Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu called for all Church of England churches to suspend public worship to help stem the spread of Coronavirus.In light of today's announcement, we have created a list of 10 ways churches can worship even if they cannot be gathered together. Click here for the list of ideas.


Let us pray for one another during this difficult time.

"Cast all your cares on to Him, for He cares for you."

1 Peter 5:7


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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.