About Us

St Nicholas Church is a Church of England Church in the Diocese of Chester. Built in 1911 by the Harrison family, owners of the Liverpool based shipping line of the same name, St Nicholas bears the name of the Patron Saint of Seafarers. We are a friendly and welcoming church who would probably be described as a typical Anglican community though we are quite an eclectic mix. Our weekly 10am morning service is based on Common worship liturgies and we sing a mix between traditional and modern hymns with Gill, our musical direction, leading the singing playing either the organ or piano.

During these difficult days under, Covid-19 restrictions, we are unable to have tea/coffee after the service but other than that, and not being allowed to sing, we are meeting to worship as normal at 10am. Registration to attend the service is necessary as we are limiting ourselves to 50. This is simply to allow those who come to feel safe and secure. Safety is a priority along with safeguarding so I'm sure you understand if you do wish to come but find the spaces taken. We are offering those who can't come the opportunity to join us via a zoom link. The zoom link will be posted on our website and newsletter on the morning of the service.