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Welcome to St Nicolas

   Great Bookham

Building Faith in the Community

The Death of HRH Prince Philip

A message from Rt Revd Jo Bailey Wells, Bishop of Dorking


I was so sorry to hear today of the death of His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. He has provided huge service to our Nation and the Commonwealth for all my life and longer, both on his own account and in his unswerving support of Her Majesty the Queen through the many joys and challenges of the past seven decades. Our thoughts today are with the Queen and members of the Royal Family, that they might know the presence of the living God as they mourn his loss. May he rest in peace and rise in glory. 

Bible Society Prayer Tree

If you would like to leave a prayer or message of your own, you might like to use this Prayer Tree. Click here or on the image to the left

Church of England Book of Condolences

We would, in normal circumstances, have a real condolence book in church. Covid-19 restrictions prevent us from doing this, but you may also like to leave a message in the Church of England online Book of Condolences. Click here, or on the image to the right.

Upcoming on-line service

'From Fear to Faith' Sunday 11th April 2021, 10am

This morning’s service was recorded before we heard the sad news of the death of His Royal Highness Prince Philip on Friday. We will be giving thanks for his life and praying for the Queen and all the members of the royal family in church this morning. This Sunday we explore the journey that the disciples took from being locked down ‘for fear of the Jews’, to the pinnacle of John’s Gospel as Didymus (aka Thomas) declares “My Lord and my God!” Do join us for this service of readings, teaching, prayer and song in worship of God.

Coronavirus Update

The Church continues to be alive and active, and our worship of God and our care for each other continue.


We are pleased that our church is open again:


  • On Sundays at 10.00am we offer a simple said service of Holy Communion in church. Booking must be made in advance: please see the note below for details.

  • On Mondays to Saturdays from 9.00am to 5.00pm the church is open for individual private prayer.


We have developed ways of supporting everyone in our parish who wishes to be part of our Christian fellowship.

We continue to offer online services and are posting videos and messages on this website.

Please see here for further information, including the Rector's weekly emails (most recent 8 April )  
If you would like to receive emails from us, you can sign up here

Bookham Easter trail instructions.

Bookham Easter trail tick boxes.


Worshipping in Church

Church in Person

On Sundays at 10.00am we are pleased to offer a simplified weekly service in church. This will usually be a said service of Holy Communion. Sadly current restrictions mean that there will be no sharing of the Peace, communion will be received in one kind only (i.e. no sharing of the communion cup), no singing and there will be no refreshments afterwards.
Because we must restrict numbers in order to keep people safe, you need to let us know in advance if you would like to be present. We'll operate on a 'first-booked, first served' basis. Please click on the 'Eventbrite' logo on the right to book a 'ticket'.

Please note that each 'ticket' is for up to 4 people (the most we can seat in one pew) from one household or bubble. If your group is 4 or less from the same household or bubble, you only need one ticket. If you are booking for more than 4 from the same household, or for more than one household, then please book the appropriate number of tickets. Thank you


Click here to reserve places to attend services

Prayer resources that you may find helpful

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Most recent Children's video

St Nics for Kids - "Easter Sunday special" - Ep 38

Join us as we Celebrate Easter Sunday!! We told the Story of Easter, we worshiped God by singing se song "He rose", we enjoyed a puppet music video, and we made an Easter wind sock! Hope you enjoy it! Our videos come out fortnightly on Sundays.

St Nics for Kids - "Palm Sunday special" - Ep 37

Join us as we Celebrate Palm Sunday!! We told the Story of Jesus riding into Jerusalem, we learnt about praising God, we worshiped God by singing and dancing, and we made a holy week wheel. Hope you enjoy it! Our videos come out fortnightly on Sundays.

Did you know that you can watch our services and videos on your smart TV? 
Just go to YouTube and search for 'St Nicolas Great Bookham'

Upcoming services will be posted on this page, and you can find all previous videos here                                     

There is always lots to be done at St Nicolas! If you feel you could help in some way, please see our new Jobs Board here.


Surely at this time prayer is more important than ever. Please do pray for our community and all those in the caring professions as well as everyone affected by the Coronavirus. There is support for daily prayers at our Prayer Page, where you can also ask us to pray for someone or something important to you

Photo by Rosie Fraser on Unsplash

Giving to the Church

If you would normally give to St Nicolas at a Sunday Service, or would just like to support us especially at this time, please visit our Donations Page to see how to do this online. Thank you

Parish Notices and Information


News Letter The current version of our weekly Newsletter can be found here

Parish Magazine The latest copy of our monthly St Nicolas News magazine is available to read here

Contacting the Parish Office You can contact us on weekdays between 09:00 to 12:00:



In accordance with the Church of England Safeguarding Policy our church is committed to the safeguarding, care and nurture of everyone within our community.  

Are you a survivor or victim of church related abuse? Could you help the Diocese of Guildford to learn from the past and protect the future?

Please click on the safeguarding link below for more details: 

Charity number 1127867

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