More on services
Worship at St Nicholas Church is mainly Eucharistic (at the 9am service each Sunday following The Book of Common Prayer; at the principal service adopting a more modern liturgy), while at least once a month the principal service on a Sunday takes the form of an informal all age worship. Through this service we are seeking new ways to encourage greater participation and engagement with young families.
Music is an important part of worship. There is currently a singing group that practices twice a month who strengthen the voice of the congregation from within, and plays a full part at special events for which a ‘choir’ is essential. There is a substantial pipe organ which is quite usable, though significant work some ten years ago leaves some further work needed on the instrument. There is also an electronic piano/keyboard used when more appropriate.
|This is a quiet and traditional spoken service following the Book of Common
|Worship includes hymns.|
|6.30pm||United Service at one of the Sutton LEP churches|
|A weekly service held at either St Nicholas Church, Sutton Baptist Church or Trinity URC Church which is open to everyone.|
|This is a traditional said service following the Book of Common Prayer.|
Three or four times a year we join with the congregations from Christ Church and St Barnabas Church for a joint Team Service. This usually happens around particular festivals such as Advent, Palm Sunday and Pentecost. Click here for further information about upcoming Team Services.
Anyone attending services at St Nicholas Church is also most welcome to attend any services held across the Team Ministry.