You’ll find us on Maid Marian Way, just up from the Broadmarsh Centre. The historic brick building conceals a surprisingly light and vibrant modern interior.
You can expect a warm welcome, great worship, and engaging teaching as we focus on being disciples of Jesus. Recently someone wrote to us
One of the clearest things about this church family has been the feeling of welcome. I realised after 6 or so Sundays that a different person on each occasion had introduced themselves and wanted to get to know us, despite knowing that we’d be leaving in the near future. It’s so encouraging to feel welcomed unconditionally! We’ve also found St Nic’s to be a balanced and steady place to be, grounded in God’s Word with a simple passion for discipleship and not fostering self-promotion. We’ve enjoyed these aspects so much that it’s made leaving Nottingham slightly more difficult than expected! We’ve felt at home in this church.
We’d love you to have the same experience!
Ensuring that children, young people and vulnerable adults are kept safe whilst in our care is an integral part of our church life. If you have any concerns about safeguarding you can download our policy and procedures documents from here:
Safeguarding contact details are:
Parish Safeguarding Coordinator: Karen Pheasant | 0115 9524600 | email@example.com
Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser: 01636 817200
Out of Hours for Children & Adults:
Nottinghamshire: 0300 456 4546
Nottingham City Council: 0115 876 1000
Bawtry: 01302 796 000
The Church of England is currently conducting a Past Case Review of Safeguarding issues. You can download details here
“All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
We want St Nic’s to be a House of Prayer in the City of Nottingham. Jesus has all authority so our first priority to listen to him and do what he tells us. We do this mainly through prayer.
We really value good relationships and want to be known for our authentic Christian community. God is community – Father, Son and Holy Spirit. He welcomes us in to His life through baptism.
We want people to have transforming encounters with Jesus. Jesus sends us to reach others with his love and to invite them to join us in following him as disciples.
We want to develop Christian disciples who will live distinctively and effectively wherever they are. Jesus wants Christian disciples who are trained to obey "everything I have commanded."