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Special Heritage Afternoon Saturday 20th October 2-4pm (Free)


Monthly Sunday Service Pattern: 


Morning 10:00 AM

1st & 3rd Sundays - Holy Communion (Sunday School also meets together)
2nd Sunday - Family Service (all age worship)
4th Sunday - Family Worship with Baptism or Morning Prayer
5th Sunday - Alternating between Holy Communion and Morning Prayer

Evening  6:30 PM

1st  Sunday- First Sunday - Informal service with a focus on teaching & praise.
2nd & 4th Sundays - Holy Communion
3rd Sunday - Evening Prayer
5th Sunday - Alternating between Holy Communion and Morning Prayer



For Children/Young People

SUNDAY SCHOOL  meets  1st & 3rd Sundays  during Morning Service
From toddlers to juniors.

YOUTH GROUP meets at the vicarage 8pm every other Sunday
Ages 11-18 years. 

If you would like any further information please email.


Other Events/Courses:

messy

The next Messy Church event will be at 5pm on  Thursday 11th October 2018. Messy Church is suitable for the whole family. It involves making  crafts, refreshments and a celebration time (which includes a fun song and simple Bible message.) If you would like more informaion please email. Please note that as Messy Church is a family event, a responsible adult will need to remain with your children. 



explored

Christianity Explored is an opportunity to look at what Christians believe and its relevance for our lives in a relaxed and informal way. This course is run regularly and is suitable for inquirers, those exploring adult baptism or those looking to be confirmed. If you would like more information about the next course please email


Housegroups/Bible studies

We currently have a choice of two different groups which meet weekly in people’s homes or in church. The groups are at different times of the day and usually meet throughout the year excluding holidays. If you would like more information please email.


Autumn Social Events

HERITAGE AFTERNOON

On Saturday, 20th October from 2pm-4:00pm we will be holding a ‘Heritage Afternoon’. This is an opportunity to find out about the history of St. Nicholas Church building in a relaxed and informal way as well as to enjoy some homemade cakes!

 Dr. Caroline Conroy (and expert in pre-Raphaelite art) has extensively researched about our stained glass windows – some of the best in the Diocese - and will be taking people on a visual tour. 

Fred Martin has investigated a wealth of historical information and will be on hand to share his findings.

There will also be displays of various historical artefacts and pictures. 

The event is free (although there will be a charge for refreshments!). 

Programme:

2:00 ‘Windows of St. Nicholas Church’ - Dr. Carolyn Conroy

3:00 refreshments, walk around display and ‘Fred’s Facts’

 

REMEMBRANCE AND GOLDEN OLDIES

 On Friday, 9th November at 7:30 pm we welcome the St. Helens U3A Mixed Choir for an evening of remembrance and golden oldies.

 The first half of the evening’s theme has been chosen in recognition that this year marks the centenary of the end of the Great War. The second part of the evening will include songs from well known shows and other popular melodies. Tickets are £5 and include refreshments (profits from the evening will be donated to the Royal British Legion).


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Other various social events occur through the year. Details appear on this page but do contact us for more information

© Andrew Telfer 2013