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.

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Thy Kingdom Come

13th - 23rd May 2021

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Book Club

God is Stranger: What Happens when God Turns up?

Wednesdays at 10:30am On Zoom

Grow in

your Faith

Spiritual Support Groups give structure to our dispersed community. Connect and grow in your faith with a small group of people, practising the five rhythms of grace and encouraging one another.


Share your

Faith Story

How does someone come to faith? Listen to members of St Nics tell how they came to follow Jesus and what that journey of faith has meant for them.

Stay Connected

Subscribe to our online notices to stay connected to St Nics

Sunday Morning

This Service of Holy Communion will take place in person and is available to watch online here on our website, as well as on Facebook Live, Vimeo, and Youtube. Prior booking is required to attend and tickets are on a first come, first served basis. The latest time to book for the upcoming service is Thursday by 12 noon. There is, of course, no charge to attend our services. All are welcome. 


Sunday Evening

This Service of the Word will take place online and as is available to watch here on our website, as well as on Facebook Live, Vimeo, and Youtube.


Daily Prayer

These are short prayer services led by members of our congregation and follow the Church of England's "Daily Prayer" app. These will be live-streamed on our Facebook page, Monday-Friday.

Morning — 8am

Night  —  9pm


Our next service begins in

“Neither height or depth, nor anything else will be able to separate us from the Love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord."

Romans 8:39