Welcome, hospitality and community engagement
Growth in Christian faith
Varied styles of worship
Caring through fellowship
Stewardship of resources.
St Nicholas’ Church is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults. We aim to ensure that everyone who visits the church, for whatever reason, feels welcome, valued and safe.
If you have any concerns around the welfare of a child or adult with vulnerability in St Nicholas’ church community, you should contact our Parish Safeguarding Officer (PSO), Sally Howells or our Vicar, Rev Linda Duckers by email.
More details on Safeguarding here.
National Churches Trust Jubilee Proclaimation
On behalf of churches, chapels and meeting houses across the UK, we would like to thank Her Majesty The Queen for being the Royal Patron of the National Churches Trust and the Historic Churches Preservation Trust since 1953.
Churches are impressive, exciting, and surprising places.
Thank you, Your Majesty, for your support which helps us to keep churches open, thriving, and at the heart of local communities.
Welcome from the Vicar
Check back soon for a video welcome from Linda, our Vicar.
Volunteers Needed - Jubilee Book Giveaway
To celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee, the Warwick Team will be presenting every school pupil with a commemorative book. Volunteers are needed from
2pm on Tuesday 24 May 2022
in church to insert commemorative stickers into each book. If you are able to help, please contact Eira – the more people that can help the quicker we will be!
Holiday Fun In The Park
This will take place at
7 am on Thursday 26 May 2022 here
at St Nicholas Church – hopefully outdoors, weather permitting.
A short service followed by breakfast at 7.30 am
at the REVIVE cafe on Smith Street. All welcome
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A Church near you
Wherever you live, there is a Church of England church that is always there for you through life’s biggest moments – and at other times too.
At St Nicholas, we support a number of local charities in our day to day operations.
Please click here to see the charities we support.
Click here to access our Safeguarding Policy and information
How to find us
We are located on the southern edge of Warwick adjacent to St Nicholas Park and opposite to one of the entrances to Warwick Castle.
Our Church’s address is:
St. Nicholas Church,
St. Nicholas Church Street,
There is no church car park, but St Nicholas Park car park (CV34 4QY) is directly behind the church, accessed via the A425 Banbury Road. This car park can be very busy during the summer months, particularly at weekends. (If it is full, try Myton Fields car park, (CV34 6PP) across the river is a few minutes further walk away, accessed via Myton Road. This car park is not open during the winter.)
NB. Both are ‘pay and display’ 7 days a week.