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bellringers, News, Prayers


You may have heard the muffled bells ringing at Saint Nicholas’ today as a mark of respect for the passing of her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Many of us are saddened by the loss of such a constant presence. It is understandable if you feel more unsettled than you thought you would as events like this can evoke our experiences of personal grief and consideration of our own mortality.

Please remember that all are welcome at our churches – even if you do not think of yourself as religious or Christian. Both churches are open all day.

Join Us for Silent Prayer – Wednesday 10 March 12.30pm


Please visit this page at 12.30pm on Wednesday 10 March and read the following text to yourself. Although we are currently joined in silent prayer in our own homes, when we return to church, the Sr Nicholas’ Julian Group will be trialling a new time of monthly Wednesdays at 12.30pm.

Accessing Our Churches

Building, Churchyard, Covid-19, Prayers

At St Nicholas’

Scaffolding is being erected for urgent repairs to the spire and roof at St Nicholas’. Therefore, the churchyard is closed between 7.30am and 4pm, Monday to Friday for the next two weeks.

At St Barnabas’

We are pleased to say that the Narthex (the area separate from the main church) at St Barnabas’ is now open for private prayer from 10am – 4pm every day except Tuesdays when it will be open 11am – 4pm after our service on Facebook.

  • One person or ‘family bubble’ at a time please
  • Please keep this door open


Coronavirus Prayer Activities

Children, Coronavirus, Covid-19, Families, Pewsheets, Prayers, Youth

Here are some prayer activities that have been developed to be used
at home during the coronavirus pandemic. Developed by for children and young people, they are very suitable for all to do.