Students at Nics

Students are an important part of our church life here at St Nics.  Students worship at all three of our services.  After the 11AM students will often get lunch together and after our 6:30pm service, a large contingent will go to the pub.  There are lots of ways for students to volunteer at St Nics, from leading worship and giving talks at Student Night to learning about tech or helping with kids or youth work.  

 

Each Thursday in term we meet for Student Night at 7pm in Church.  This is a chance for us to gather together as a student community from all three services, undergrad and postgrad for a shared meal, worship, a talk, and prayer. (During lockdown we now meet on zoom.) 

 

We offer all students an opportunity to be in a spiritual support group.  Spiritual support groups are groups of five that meet weekly for a Bible study on one of our 'Rhythms of Grace'  (Prayer, Justice, Hospitality, Evangelism and Study.)  Our students really value spiritual support groups as a group of praying friends to share the highs and lows of student life. Check out below a selection of videos from our students explaining what particular rhythms of grace means to them.   

We are so glad that our student ministry is able to continue in an online format in the coming weeks.  Student Night happens 8pm every Thursday over Zoom.  And we still meet together for a virtual pub trip after our 6:30 Sunday service!  The zoom links are shared on our facebook page and via email. 

 

If you have any questions about the student ministry, or you are a new student interested in finding a church, we would love to hear from you!   

Do email our student worker Zoe at students@stnics.org.uk - she'd love to have a chat.  

 

Over the Easter holidays, some of our students came together to make a series of videos thinking about our Rhythms of Grace:  Prayer, Justice, Hospitality, Evangelism and Study, and how we can put them in to practice.  Check them out below: 

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