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Pewsheet for Week Beginning 20 May 2018 - Click here for the pewsheet beginning Sunday 20 May.
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 13 May 2018 - Click here for the pewsheet beginning Sunday 13 May.
Andrea’s Funeral and Pewsheet - Andrea Elcombe’s Funeral is at 2.30pm on Thursday 17th May at St. Barnabas’ Church and afterwards in the Pastoral Centre. Pewsheet for week beginning 6 May can be viewed here.  
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 29 April 2018 - Click here for this week’s pewsheet.
Musical Treats… - Opera As you may know, trained singers from London’s City Lit Opera School will be delighting audiences this coming weekend as they perform a free Opera concert in St Nicholas’ Church, Worth on Saturday 28 April at 7pm. Presenting scenes from Delibes’s Lakmé, Mozart’s Cosí fan tutte and La clemenza di Tito, Handel’s Giulio Cesare,…
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 22 April 2018 - Click here for this week’s pewsheet.
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 15 April 2018 - Click here for this week’s pew sheet.
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 8 April 2018 - Click here for this week’s pew sheet.
Easter Photos - These will be supplemented as and when I receive the ones in from St Barnabas’.
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 1 April 2018 - Click here for this week’s pew sheet. Happy Easter!
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 25 March 2018 - Click here for this week’s pew sheet.
Music for Holy Week at St Nicholas’ - Click here to see the final music list for Holy Week. We welcome you to our church at any time – whether that is to hear the music and words of our services or to sit in the peaceful ancient surroundings. Hope to see you at Easter.
Opera Comes to St Nicholas’ - We are pleased to announce that experienced classical singers from City Lit Opera in London will be performing in our Saxon church on April 28th at 7pm. The concert, which will include scenes from Handel’s Giulio Cesare, Mozart’s La clemenza di Tito and Cosí fan tutte and The Gondoliers by Gilbert and Sullivan, will be accessible…
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 18 March 2018 - Click here for this week’s pew sheet.

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