At St Nics you’ll find a community of imperfect people working out what it means to follow a perfect God. We want to help you become a whole-life follower of Jesus and to be inspired and equipped for the mission of the church. This only happens in community! We’re about developing authentic relationships modeled on Jesus. We hate superficiality; we love openness and honesty. We don’t want to just sit in our holy huddles; we want to have a deep faith that pushes us out to serve the city of Nottingham that we love. We’re not about the ‘big event’; we’re about people. If you choose to make St Nics your home whilst at University, we promise to welcome you into family, to challenge you, to help you find and develop your gifts in leadership and service and to push you out into the city in mission. If that excites you, then dive right in!
At St Nics you will find cross-generational family. Our Sunday services range from relaxed, contemporary worship (7pm and 10.30am services) to more formal worship with hymns and traditional liturgy (9am). Most of our students prefer our evening service. During the week we meet in large groups called Missional Communities and in small, supportive, Core Groups. If you just visit on a Sunday, you’ve not experienced St Nics!
Want to find out more? We’d love to buy you a coffee/tea/beer [insert favourite drink!] and welcome you to town! For now, check out the student links on the right to find out how to get linked into life at St Nics.
Don’t forget to join our St Nics students Facebook group!
We look forward to meeting you soon,
Love Pete & Iona
St Nics student workers
I joined St Nics after struggling to settle in a church in the first few months of uni. I was blown away by how friendly and welcoming everyone was, with people recognising me as a newbie and making the effort to say hey. I wish I’d come here sooner! Nichola
I joined St Nics because of the friendly and welcoming atmosphere. I felt at home the first time I came to St Nics and knew that it was the right place for me. The support for students has been amazing and has really helped my faith to grow. There are a lot of opportunities at St. Nics and it has been great to mix with people young and old. Benjamin
I joined St Nics because of it’s great Bible teaching, worship style, welcoming atmosphere and lovely people. It’s a very active church with numerous ongoing projects and events which is what I think church should be like. There is brilliant support for students too which I have really appreciated. Josh