For the latest Covid arrangements, please email Tom

Join a Small Group 

Join us on Wednesday evenings on Zoom to catch up, pray and study Mark’s gospel together in Small Groups. 

6.45pm to catch up 
7pm-8.45pm for prayer and Bible study 
 

Three reasons to join a Small Group:

1. Growth. Small Groups are where we grow as disciples by grasping and speaking the truth to one another. We also learn how to understand the Bible better for ourselves, as well as benefitting from occasional ‘training slots’ on various topics.

 2. Prayer. Small Groups are the praying heart of our church family. We pray before and after each study for our shared ministry and for mission field, endeavours, and partners.

3. Fellowship. Small Groups are how we share life together. They offer time to pray for each other, to spur each other on and to deepen our relationships.

To join a Small Group – email Tom

Church family

At St Nick’s we believe passionately that we are a church family. A family growing in love for Jesus and for each other. Small Group Bible studies are one of the best ways to grow in our love for each other and Jesus. To join a group, email Tom.

Reading one-to-one

We want to equip all our church family to do the works of ministry, of speaking the truth in love to build the body up to maturity (Ephesians 4v11-16). So, we have a healthy culture of church family reading the Bible one-to-one with each other, to disciple and pastorally care for others, and to train them to know and love the gospel and to speak or teach it to others too.

Weekends away

 

We run three weekends away together each year. As well as being great fun, a chance to escape the city, and get to know the church family better, they are brilliant opportunities to dive deeper into a particular doctrine or book of the Bible.

Coming up: On Solid Ground

Join us for our weekend away studying the book of Ruth. Chris Fishlock will be speaking. Timings still to be confirmed. 

  • Saturday, 27 February 2021
  • 9:30am – 1:00pm
  • Online – Zoom