Safeguarding at St Nicolas

This parish is committed to the safeguarding, care and nurture of people of all ages in our church community. Please see our Child Protection Policy and our Vulnerable Adult Protection Policy .  Further information can be found here.

What's happening at St Nicolas

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We hope if you visit St Nicolas for the first time you will feel welcome and would love for you to join us for worship or for one of the many activities going on here.
Find out more about us in our Parish Profile 

Please join us to celebrate Christmas at St Nicolas…

Times of Worship & Services


8am      Holy Communion quieter service with more space and stillness, prayers and a talk
10am    Holy Communion livelier service with fantastic groups for children and young people

1st Sunday of every month
Sunday @6. Meet in the Café space at ST Nicolas at 5:30pm for a cup of tea and a social time Then this lay led service takes place in the Pat Dummer hall at 6pm.

2nd Sunday of every month
4-6pm People Prayers and Potatoes – worship for the young, and young at heart with craft, prayer and a jacket potato lunch


11am Holy Communion 


Church/Hall Hire

Church/Hall Hire

We now have a church, hall and other rooms in the heart of Earley for use by groups, organisations and individuals.

find out how to book here 



Everyone in our Parish is welcome to have their children christened at Nicolas. We also welcome adults who want to be baptised.
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You’re welcome to marry at St Nicolas whether or not you are baptised and whether or not you go to church.
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A funeral marks the close of a human life on earth. It is the opportunity for friends and family to express their grief, to give thanks for the life which has now completed its journey in this world.
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Get in touch

St Nicolas Church, Sutcliffe Avenue, Earley, Reading, RG6 7JN

Telephone 0118 966 9080 Email us here ›

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November/December 2019 Newsletter

Our newsletter is full of interesting articles and information about what’s on at St Nicolas and in our local community