No matter what, you are welcome at St Nics
During this season, St Nics Durham remains committed to being available for prayer and worship through online platforms. As lockdown restrictions slowly relax, our hope for you is that you would experience the love of Jesus through our community at St Nics and in our weekly rhythms of worship. Our Sunday services will be available to watch online, where anyone is able to join in with us to worship our God and experience his presence with us.
11th September Remembrance Service
A short service of remembrance to mark the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on 9/11 will be held in Church at 2:00pm. The service is open to all and will feature reflections, prayers and an opportunity for people to light candles to honour the memory of those who lost their lives on 11th September 2001.
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This classic Anglican service will take place in the building. The sermon will be available to listen to on our podcast later in the week. Prior booking is no longer required to attend, but we will continue to wear masks indoors and practice social distancing. Holy Communion is served fortnightly. All are welcome.
This vibrant and family friendly service will take place in the building and is available to watch online here on our website, as well as on Facebook Live, Vimeo, and Youtube. Prior booking is no longer required to attend, but we will continue to wear masks indoors and practice social distancing. Children and youth groups are available and start mid-way through the service. Holy communion is served fortnightly. All are welcome.
This more informal and contemporary service will take place in the building. The sermon will be available to listen to on our podcast later in the week. Prior booking is no longer required to attend, but we will continue to wear masks indoors and practice social distancing. There is an informal social time at a local pub after the service. All are welcome.
8am & 9pm
Pray with us as we pray with the whole church. Join us for daily prayer, Monday through Friday at 8am and 9pm. This is live-streamed from our Facebook page (@stnicsdurham), but don't worry, you can still join even without a Facebook account (Click here if you do not have a Facebook account) These short prayer services are led by members of our congregation and follow the Church of England's 'Daily Prayer' app.
Pause is a short time for reflection during your week. In each video we'll look at some of the things happening in the world and offer a talk, a prayer, and some music from the community at St Nics Durham. It's a bite-sized opportunity to take a breath and reflect on what is happening in our world.
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“Neither height or depth, nor anything else will be able to separate us from the Love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord."