We are a warmly welcoming ancient place of worship open from dawn to dusk. Sunday Services are 8am Holy Communion (traditional language) every Sunday; 10am Family Communion on the first Sunday with Sung Evensong at 6pm; 10am Parish Communion on the second and fourth Sunday, Quiet Time on the third Sunday, Matins on any fifth Sunday and Messy Church once a month on the second Thursday in term time only.
Weddings and Baptisms are by arrangement with the clergy.
Please contact the Parish Administrator, Jane Gouson, with enquiries.
T: 01329 833299 E: email@example.com
St Nicholas Church Southwick Road WICKHAM PO17 6HP
Click on images to see map of Wickham and Car Parking.
Safeguarding at St Nicholas Church, Wickham
St Nicholas Church, Wickham takes its responsibility for children, young people and vulnerable adults very seriously and their welfare is paramount in all areas of church life.
Clergy, lay staff and volunteers who work within the organisation and/or as part of the congregation are required to follow good policy and practice to ensure that children, young people and vulnerable adults are safeguarded and nurtured physically, emotionally and spiritually. High professional standards are maintained in all worship and all pastoral, counselling, educational and recreational situations involving children, young people and vulnerable adults.
To facilitate this all clergy, lay staff, volunteers and members of the congregation working with or seeking to work with children, young people and/or vulnerable adults are properly recruited, screened, trained and supported.
The church’s Safeguarding Policy statement agreed on by the PCC in May 2018 is below. The church’s Safeguarding Representative is Julia Jordan who can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01489 890007 to answer any specific queries.
Regular services and events for everyone
Members of our community
Commitment and support
Eager parish volunteers
Cream teas and churchyard tours
Sunday 21st July, 2.00pm–4.00pm at
St Nicholas Church, Wickham PO17 6HP
(tours at 2.30pm and 3.15pm)
Enjoy a home-made cream tea and a churchyard tour with local historian Jane Painter for just £5.00.
Please note: the churchyard is uneven and sloping in parts – appropriate shoes will be needed for the tour!
An Afternoon Out
Over 200 people came along to the event at St Nicholas’ Church on Saturday, 23rd March. It was a great success and visitors asked to be kept informed of future events in this wonderful building.
Watch this space!
For a slideshow of photographs taken by John Landaw, please click on link below:
Sunday 30 JUN 2019
Benefice Parish Communion service and reception
to welcome our assistant curate
the Revd Dr Ruth Howlett-Shipley and her family
St Nicholas Church
St Nicholas’ Church 900th anniversary celebrations.
Watch this space for more details!