St. Nicholas’ Church

St Nicholas Church is a friendly place of worship & community situated at the heart of the historic town of Warwick,

opposite one of the gates to Warwick Castle and adjacent to the attractive St Nicholas Park.

 

Join us for…..

Toddler Group

Our main aim at St Nicholas Church toddler group is to provide a safe and caring environment where mums and children can make and meet friends. We have a large selection of play equipment, we sing and enjoy a coffee break.

The helpers also enjoy the sense of community, friendship and conversation.

Rise and Shine

Everyone is welcome to join us for warm hospitality, fun, family-friendly worship, breakfast, fresh coffee, songs, bible stories, craft and more.

Messy Church

Messy Church was paused during the pandemic. We are due to start meting together again at Woodloes Primary School in September. This time we will meet on the third Saturday of every month except during the school summer holidays in August. We start at 10:30am and finish at 12:30.

Get Messy with us as we worship God through fun, play, crafts, song and Bible stories. we finish the morning with a shared lunch.

Admission is free. Donations are welcome and help to provide our craft materials.

Bell Ringing

Since 1957 there has been an active band of ringers at St Nicholas and in the mid 1970’s the band merged with that at St Mary’s thus forming one band to ring at both churches. We currently ring on Sundays for half an hour before the 10.00 service at St Nicholas as well as ringing for the 10.30 and 5.30 services at St Mary’s. We also practice on Wednesdays (7.30 until 9.00) generally alternating between the 2 churches.

House Groups

Housegroups are an important part of life at St Nicholas Church.

 

Churches Together in Warwick

CTW is part of Churches Together in Britain & Ireland and unites the member churches which each “confess the Lord Jesus Christ as God and Saviour according to the scriptures.” Each member church continues to witness to its own tradition but joins the others for shared worship, mutual support and joint mission. CTW seeks to represent the united Christian community in action.

Uniformed Organisations

St Nic’s welcomes the Beavers, Brownies, Guides, Rangers and Sea Scouts