Welcome to St. Nicholas Church – Kingsway

Join us on Sunday 16th June @ 10:30 a.m. for our Sunday Morning Service
  • Welcome to St. Nick’s for Trinity 3, Father’s Day, Sunday 16th June. 
    Dear Friends,

    This week’s gospel reading brings to light the parable of the mustard seed.In the Gospel according to Mark, Jesus imparts two parables that delve into the themes of growth, patience, and hope. As Jesus captivates ever-growing audiences with his teachings, these parables elucidate the manner in which his words are absorbed and embraced. The journey of faith is likened to the transformation of a tiny seed into a magnificent tree with expansive branches, provided it flourishes in conducive conditions.

    The wonders of nature echo the divine, revealing God’s omnipresence and essence. Attuning ourselves to our role within the ebb and flow of the natural world aids in contemplating our spiritual odyssey alongside God. It encourages us to express gratitude and to mourn our shortcomings in aiding God’s nurturing care of creation. Contemplating collective and personal actions to undertake this critical mission is a worthy endeavour.

    With every blessing, 

    Alison Mills
    ALM and Churchwarden                  
     
     Sunday 16th June, Trinity 3 
    This Sunday we will look forward to welcoming Rev Glenys Richards, who regularly joins our Wednesday morning service, to preside and preach.  Music will be provided by our MD and Organist, Ollie Mills,

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Dates for your diary:
Wednesday morning Eucharist 10 am with Rev Augustine Tanner-Ihm, all welcome



Church prayer garden

The bird boxes are now in the trees, ready to welcome our feathered friends. Thank you to David Crossley for installing the boxes on Saturday. The first tree is flourishing in the centre of the garden and plans are now in place for the railway sleepers to form a boundary and the palettes to create some raised borders. We’re working towards Silver Eco-Church status. If you can help us on this journey, please contact  jane@st-nicholas-church.org.uk. 


Dates for your Diary

Welcome to St. Nicholas Church – Taizé Tuesday 7th May 2024

Our next Taizé Worship service will take place on Tuesday 7th May at 7pm. The service will be led by our organist and MD Ollie Mills, with prayers and a reading from St.Nick’s team. Do join us for this simple, contemplative service with chants and prayers all by candlelight.  This service will be broadcast live via our website: www.st-nicholas-church.org.uk […]

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Clergy

Augustine Tanner-Ihm
Associate Priest
Growing up in Chicago, he has travelled the globe speaking on matters close to his heart, such as race, reconciliation and spirituality. He has been a guest speaker for various institutions, such as the Durham Student Union, BBC Breakfast, Church of England General Synod and the Houses of Parliament. He has also featured numerous times on radio for the BBC and presented at several LGBTQ+ events. Augustine has written for the Church Times, The Moody Standard and The Church of England Newspaper. With degrees in Education and Theology from Durham University, he has previously studied at Northwestern University, Iowa State University, Sarum College and St Mellitus College.

Lay Ministry

Alison Mills
Authorised Lay Minister
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Margaret Vessey
Authorised Lay Minister (Emeritus)

Life Events

Weddings

Getting married at St. Nick's is meaningful, spiritual, personal, beautiful – just as you would want it to be. The Your Church Wedding website from the […]

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Christenings

At a Christening, a child is baptized. It's the first step on an amazing journey with God, parents, friends, family, godparents and the church.  If you're […]

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Safeguarding

Safeguarding

At St. Nicholas Church we work hard to maintain a safe environment for all.

We are committed to implementing the House of Bishops’ safeguarding policies and good practice guidance.

If you have any concerns or enquiries regarding safeguarding, please contact our safeguarding officer.

Parish Safeguarding Officer: Giles Elliott

Email: safeguarding@st-nicholas-church.org.uk

The Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser is Abbey Clephane-Wilson, she can be contacted atsafeguarding@manchester.anglican.org or at 0161 828 1465 / 07384 460958

 Out of Hours Support

The Diocese of Manchester partners with thirtyone:eight and you can access their Safeguarding Helpline if the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser is unavailable. Thirtyone:eight can be contacted on 0303 003 1111.

This also includes any safeguarding queries outside of office hours on weekdays and weekends. An Information Sharing Agreement between the two organisations will allow the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser to receive a copy of the advice thirtyone:eight may offer the caller.

 In the case of an emergency

 If you have immediate concerns about the safety of someone, please contact the police and your local authority Children or Adults Service.

 Helplines

 NSPCC Child Protection Helpline: 0808 800 5000 (lines free and open 24 hours).

  • Child-line: 0800 1111 (lines free and open 24 hours).
  • Parent Line: 0808 800 2222
  • National Domestic Violence Helpline: 0808 2000 247 (lines free and open 24 hours).
  • Samaritans Helpline: 116 123 (open 24 hours).
  • Action on Elder Abuse Helpline: 080 8808 8141 (free phone Monday to Friday 9-5pm)

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