BREAKING GROUND Sunday 15 October 2017
We’ve started! After the 10 O Clock service on Sunday 15 October Bishop Andrew and Mayor Michael Firmager helped to literally “break ground” by digging the first part of the first trench needed to start the building of the St NIcolas Centre.
We were privileged to have Pat Cox with us representing someone who had been present at the building of the hall in 1951, and Joshua Hull at 12 days old was the youngest member of the congregation. The Bishop prayed a blessing on the building and the whole congregation that together we can be a real witness of the love of God in our community here in Earley.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for this momentous occasion. Photo’s of the celebration will be on our website very soon. In the meantime, please follow us on the St Nicolas Facebook page, Twitter account, and new blog, for all the latest happenings.
Harvest Festival Celebration
We hope you enjoyed our Harvest Festival and Brunch on 1st October
Woodley Foodbank and CIRDIC were delighted to receive your generous food donations, so thank you to everyone who contributed to these great causes.We continue to have a Woodley Foodbank donations box in our lobby, so please continue to support this charity.
Caring for People
At St Nicolas Church we seek to support people in the good times and when life is challenging. If you would welcome a chat or a visit with someone from our Care Team, or if you would like to receive home communion or need a little bit more short term support, you can call the Parish Office on 0118 966 9080. Read More…
Alternatively, if you would simply like to meet and chat with someone from our local churches, then come along to the Rustic Cafe at Maiden Place Shopping Parade every Tuesday morning from 10am-12midday (next meet is Tuesday 2 May and so forth).
October Newsletter Please click here for our Summer newsletter. It’s bursting with information about what has been going on at St Nicolas, details of events coming up and a few tea time teasers. Happy reading!