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St Nics Church
Durham City

Connecting people
with Jesus
Welcome to St Nics. Amigos, our international group, meets every Wednesday. Messy Church at All Saints, Newton Hall:Second Sunday in month, 4pm-5.30pm.  Information and events for students Light a candle, leave a prayer. Every Tuesday and Thursday, 12.30 - 2.30pm. Connecting people with Jesus world wide...
Welcome to St Nics. More >
Amigos, our international group, meets every Wednesday. More >
Messy Church at All Saints, Newton Hall:
Second Sunday in month, 4pm-5.30pm.  More >
Information and events for students More >
Light a candle, leave a prayer. 
Every Tuesday and Thursday, 12.30 - 2.30pm. More >
Connecting people with Jesus world wide... More >

Why St Nics?

Our aim is to be a community that can connect people with Jesus in an accepting and friendly way. We're an evangelical Anglican church. More...

Where's St Nics?

We're the church in the marketplace at the heart of Durham. You're welcome to join us! More...

What we do

Read about the many different groups and meetings happening on Sunday and through the week. More...



You are very welcome at any of our services. Holy Communion on Sunday will be at our 5.30pm and 7.15pm services.

Sunday 4 June 2017

  • 10.15am Morning Worship
  • 5.30pm Holy Communion
  • 7.15pm 7.15@Nics with Holy Communion


Talks are all recorded, and you can download them here to get an idea of what you can expect.


Mid week


"Church" doesn't just happen on a Sunday.


Internships at Nic's

Are you interested in exploring God's call on your life and discovering and developing your gifts? Are you excited about serving Christ in His church, exploring specific vocations within the church? Would you like to grow and deepen your faith?

If so, find out more about our Intern's scheme here

Download an application form here



We are delighted to announce that the new Vicar of St Nicholas Church (subject to the completion of legal requirements) is the Revd Arun Arora who is currently the Director of Communications for the National Institutions of the Church of England. 

Arun says, “I am excited and thrilled at the thought of working at St Nic’s and returning to the North East. During my training I benefitted from the faithful witness, blessing and work of the congregation at St Nic’s. I am relishing the opportunities of ministering in a city centre church once more and living out the love of Jesus to those in the market place and to a growing student community.

You can read more here

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Keep up to date with the adventures of our interns via their blog...


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The preacher was 10 out of 10... as an ex-teacher, the Revd Day knew how to gain and keep people's attention. His talk was interactive throughout..
Mystery Worshipper - Ship of Fools