Public Worship to resume 19.08.2020
Said Communion Services <span style="font-size: 1rem;">will again take place on a Wednesday and Sunday </span><span style="font-size: 1rem;">morning at 10.00 am at St Nicholas Church starting from Wednesday 19th Aug.</span>
Services will be carried out as laid down in the Gov. guide lines for Covid 19.
Masks must be worn
Wardens and Stewards will be on duty to ensure the safety and well being of the congregation
Do you need help?
Are you in need of practical help, a chat (by phone), a call, a prayer?
Give us a call, we are here for you whether you have faith or no faith.
Telephone: 0191 4609327
If there is no reply please leave a message and we will get back to you.
E Mail: [email protected]
You can also contact us via Facebook and a message can be passed on.
UPDATED ADVICE! A message from Rev. David - 18.03.20
In light of the most recent diocesan advice - prayers will be said in church by the Vicar and the Church Warden every Wednesday and Saturday morning 10 till 10.30. However, the church will NOT be open to the public. If anyone would like any prayers said specifically for them or their loved ones then please send details directly to [email protected] and they will be included in the proayers. We will be praying for our community, for the vulnerable, the lonely, the isolated and those who are fearful.
Psalm 91 the Lord is the one that keeps you safe - for those with faith please join in prayer at these times many thanks Rev. David
The usual Monday night surgery will now be by telephone only Monday eveings 6.30 - 7.15. - 0191 4609327
The church charity shop St Knicks and Knacks will not be open
Public Worship Suspended 17.03.20
Following the announcement from the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rev. David has confirmed that public worship, Wednesday and Sunday mornings, will be suspended until further notice, to reduce contact and the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The church will be open for private prayer at set times (details to follow). Take care and stay safe.