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Open to the idea of God? Is there more to life than meets the eye?

One another

Being friendly and supportive to one another. Meeting people, having time for them in a busy world.

The community

Being a good neighbour

Latest from St Nicolas

Summer Fun Day 2016

Another wonderful community Fun Day.  Thank you all those who worked so hard to make it happen.  Lots of photos on our Facebook page

Pokémon Go: We are a Pokegym!

More in Common – Unity, Hope and Generosity

Whatever our views on the EU Referendum, we want St Nicolas to be a space in which people can pray, reflect and act to say ‘we have more in common and seek unity, hope and generosity’.  There is a groundswell in our church to do something pro-active and positive following the EU referendum. We took note of an increase in hate crime and prejudice arising towards Eastern Europeans, Muslims and people from minority groups. We want to counteract this with the unity, hope and generosity that God and his people can bring.

This is not about Remain or Leave or any value judgements on the people that voted for each.  Drop into church at any time to sign up on our board to show your support, and say we have #MoreInCommon.  We welcome people of all faiths and none.

St Nicolas - making a difference


St Nicolas

At St Nicolas faith isn’t simply a Sunday morning thing; it’s for every part of life. Faith can help us make a positive difference through what we’re doing and how we are, seven days a week. Read More…


We have positive relationships with local schools and organisations. We work alongside all the churches in Earley in helping to make it a great place to live. Read More…

Caring for people

We try to support people in the good times and the bad. This support may be for a person in our congregation, in our local community or further afield. Read More…

Justice, Peace and the Environment

Jesus had a particular connection with people who were living in poverty, outcast or marginalised. We aim to follow his example by working for a fairer world. Read More…

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Times of Worship & Services


8am      Holy Communion
10am    Holy Communion with fantastic groups for children and young people

1st Sunday of every month
12 noon People Prayers and Potatoes – worship for the young, and young at heart with craft, prayer and a jacket potato lunch


11am Holy Communion 

2nd Wednesday of every month
2.30pm Wednesday Space – especially for people with memory loss, Alzheimer’s and related conditions, and their carers

Upcoming Events

Church/Hall Hire

Church/Hall Hire

We’ve two great buildings in the heart of Earley for use by groups, organisations and individuals.
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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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