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Church Groups

We have a range of activities and events that take place on our church site and beyond. Please see below for more details and contact us if you’d like to know more.

Sunday Morning Children’s Activities

During our main gathering at 10am each week there is often an activity for children, sometimes with them joining together for their own group for some special activities. On our 4th Sunday Altogether service, all ages worship together and the service will be accessible for all ages and stages


Singing With A New Spirit is Tuesday morning group for people living with dementia and their carers. Singing is thought to be great for brain activity, mental health and memory so this is a great ‘feel good’ group and you don’t need to have special musical abilities to take part.


SNAPS is a new group for adults with additional needs.

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Music Workshops and Seasonal Community Choirs

Throughout the year we offer seasonal opportunities to learn and participate in a variety of music that fits a particular season. Examples have included a Taize Workshop, Gospel Workshop, Christmas Community Choir and Hand bell ringing

All of these activities are open to all ages and abilities and is usually accompanied by plenty of laughter and fun.

Refreshments and Hospitality Team

It is wonderful to have the freedom and opportunity to meet together for worship and develop friendships and support as a church. This is greatly aided by a team of members who offer refreshments at our main services.

Pastoral Visiting Team

In order to support those who are struggling with ill health, being able to attend worship and other circumstances, there is a team who, alongside the clergy seek to visit, keep in touch and support one another.

Currently we visit monthly to take Home Communion to those who are unable to attend.

We also provide a short monthly service of Holy Communion at Caldwell Grange & Caldwell Lodge.

If you know someone who might benefit from a visit or other support, please contact Terry & Jean Lenton C/O Parish Office:

Messy Church

Messy Church is a creative way of being church for families. It offers an exciting programme of craft, games, music, story and food! It is about helping families to explore and express faith together in a safe environment.

Please check Events page for next Messy Church Event

St Nicolas Singers

Music is a wonderful way in which our worship is enhanced and creates space for church members to share their gifts in worship. Our singing team ‘St Nicolas Singers’ meet monthly to learn and rehearse music for our services and lead sung worship in our services.


Prayer Chain

Prayer is at the heart of our life as Christians and it is a great privilege to pray for our community as the Parish Church for Nuneaton. In addition to our corporate and personal prayer, a group of people have committed to pray for individual prayer requests as they arise. If you have a prayer request, please contact Terry & Jean Lenton C/O Parish Office:


Church Cleaning Team

We have a beautiful Grade 1 listed building to worship in, but we rely on members of our congregation and community to help keep it tidy, beautiful and clean. We have a small group of people who meet regularly to ensure the building is a clean and tidy condition but would greatly value wider support. Cleaning dates are advertised in our weekly newsletter. If you are able support in this way or would like to know more please contact Garry Clarke (Church Warden) C/O Parish Office:




We love volunteers!

To volunteer for a specific role with a church group or activity please contact the team leader, vicar or church wardens. If you would then like to offer to use your time, talents and energies to help in some way you would be invited to take part through our Safer Recruitment process.



At the moment there are no job vacancies with St Nicolas Church. Please check here again at a future time for updates.

Whats on in the Parish Centre

The Parish Centre was set up to be a hub and provide gathering space for the whole community. Lots of groups use our Church Centre every week and offer a range of activities for the wider community. Here are just a few:

Nuneaton Juggling Club

Every week led by the ‘hoop guy’ John Parnell. For more information

Baby Hub

Lots of people have said that Baby Hub is one of the friendliest ‘baby’ groups around. Baby Hub often runs special courses such as baby massage and child first aid.

For more information contact or find out more via Facebook.


A relaxing lunchtime yoga class. To join contact Peter Hunter, group leader via or 07415 799770


GKR Karate takes place twice a week including a children’s karate group.

U3A University of the Third Age

There are a variety of U3A groups meeting on the St Nicolas site. For more information

Bridge Club
A well established, friendly group. New members are always welcome.

Children’s Contact Centre

Nuneaton Children’s Contact Centre takes place at the Church Hall
It offers the following support:
– keeping children in touch with parents if trust has broken down or communication is difficult. Parents do not have to meet and several families use facilities at the same time;
– supporting contact to ensure the physical safety and emotional well-being of children in an observed setting;
– supporting handovers where the centre is used for a short period as a drop off / pick up point. Parents do not have to meet.
For more information or to make a referral, contact or 07826 554466