A message from our Rector Alan about joining us in church now that it is permitted!
The Church continues to be alive and active, and our worship of God and our care for each other continue.
The church building is open from 9am to dusk each day for individual private prayer.
All other services and meetings in St Nicolas Church are suspended during the current lockdown
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 26 November )
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A huge 'thank you' to everyone who gave recently to St Nicolas
as a Thank Offering to God and in support of our ministry.
Thanks to your open-hearted generosity, we have received over £20,000, effectively clearing the shortfall caused
by the pandemic.
Worshipping in Church
Church in Person
As Lockdown 2 comes to an end, we can once again 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.
If you would like to join us, please fill in the form on the right with your name and email address, together with the names of any members of your household with whom you are living or bubbling who will come with you.
Applications can be made up to the end of Thursday for the following Sunday. You will be advised by email on Friday whether your place has been confirmed or not.
Upcoming on-line service
'"Test Yourselves", 29 November 2020, 10am
Today we have our last study on 2 Corinthians. This study will be looking at the problems in the church in Corinth, how we can have similar issues and how we might test ourselves to see if we are ‘in the faith’ and what that means – and that there is always hope of change.
The recording starts with 2 minutes of music, so if you wish to join the worship at 10am, please start the video at 9:58
Most recent Children's video
St Nics for Tots - "I AM the gate" - Ep 28
Join us as we continue with the theme called "I AM". We introduced the new theme and focused on the verse in John 10:7 "I AM the gate", we sang the song "I am the door", and played a game of "What's missing?" We hope you enjoy it.
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
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
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 Although our office building is closed to visitors, we are still providing Parish Office services.
You can contact us on weekdays between 09:00 to 12:00:
by phone on 01372 450709
by email on email@example.com.
In accordance with the Church of England Safeguarding Policy our church is committed to the safeguarding, care and nurture of everyone within our community, - please click on the safeguarding link below for more details: