In common with all other churches in the Anglican Communion all of our services have been suspended due to the Covid- 19 Virus
Follow the link to the Sunday Service (21st June)
Follow the link to the Sunday Service (14th June)
Follow the link to the Trinity Sunday Service
Follow the link to the Sunday morning Service (31st May)
Follow the link to the Sunday morning Service (24th May)
Below is the link for the Ascension Day service.
Follow the link to the Sunday morning Service (10th May)
Follow the link to the Sunday morning Service (3rd May)
Follow the link to the Sunday morning Service (26th April)
Follosw the link to the Sunday morning Service (19th April)
See our Easter Sunday service via the link below
This is the Good Friday reflection by the Cross on our You Tube Chanel.
See our Palm Sunday service via the link below
Please see the schedule below, which represents when services have usually been held.
Weekly Sunday Services
Sunday: 8am - Holy Communion
9.30am - Holy Communion - 1st & 4th Sunday of month
- Family Service - 3rd Sunday of month (may vary)
- Service of the Word - 2nd & 5th Sunday in month
(All 9:30am services are followed by refreshments)
5th Sunday - 5 S @4, a special service at 4pm
The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is an international Christian ecumenical observance kept annually between 18 January and 25 January.
St Nicholas and St Anne, Westby celebrate with an ecumenical service together, proud to be 'One in Christ'
SERVICES AT ST.NICHOLAS PARISH CHURCH:
Mid week Communion Service:
Thursday: 9.15am School service in church (all are very welcome)
Thursday: 10.30am Holy Communion (followed by refreshments)
Nicholas Bear Club - alternate Wednesdays at 2:30 p.m. (preschool)
Rogation Sunday is the day when the Church has traditionally offered prayer for God's blessings on the fruits of the earth and the labours of those who produce our food. Historically, the Rogation Days (the three days before Ascension Day) were a period of fasting and abstinence, asking for God's blessing on the crops for a bountiful harvest.
Nowadays, St Matthew, Ballam, St Anne, Westby, and St Michael, Weeton invite St Nicholas to join them annually in travelling to three farms to hear about the changes and innovations made to their enterprises over recent years as they work to overcome the challenges of the farming industry. A short act of worship and prayer held at each place. The visits are followed by a plentiful supper.