Welcome to St Nicholas

St. Nicholas is an ancient parish and church serving the housing development of Warndon Villages to the north east of the city of Worcester.  The church building is Church of England, but at the time of the recent restoration the church was established in a partnership scheme comprised of the Church of England, the Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church.

Church life is welcoming and varied, reflecting the churches which share the life of St. Nicholas. The Priest-in-charge is Anglican, but the worship and witness encompasses the ethos of the Anglican and Methodist churches which make up the current partnership.

The Ministry team is made up of Ministers from both churches, see the contacts for more details. The services are spiritual and varied, and there is a lively work with children.
The church building is Church of England and was completely restored when the new housing development was built. The building has the advantage of the association of many hundreds of years of worship and prayerThis gives it a timeless spiritual and prayerful atmosphere for worship, baptisms and weddings.

The Barn to the right of the church has been tastefully restored and modernised to provide a versatile and safe
community facility for the Warndon Villages.

The Barn and upper meeting room is available for hire by groups and individuals at competitive rates. It also makes for a great childrens party venue.

Please contact http://www.churchbarn.org/ to enquire about your hire.

We are committed to and adopt the House of Bishops Policy - Promoting a Safer Church- February 2013.

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St. Nicholas Church
St Nicholas Lane
Warndon Villages

is located in the north east of the city near junction 6 of the M5.

Times of worship at St Nicholas

Sundays 10:00am
1st & 2nd Sundays of the Month        - Eucharist                                     - Church of England
Third Sunday of the Month                 - Eucharist or Morning Worship    - Methodist
Fourth Sunday of the Month               - Eucharist                                    - Church of England
Any Fifth Sunday - All age worship      - Eucharist or Morning Worship   - Anglican or Methodist in rotation