Welcome to St Nicholas’ Church

On Palm Sunday in 2008, St Nicholas church in Radford Semele was destroyed in a deliberate fire. In May 2013, the restored church was reopened…

St Nicholas' Church Radford Semele after the fire in March 2008

From this in March 2008..

St Nicholas' Church Radford Semele Restored

.. to this in May 2013

This is our website, giving details of what is available through St Nicholas Church. You are very welcome to explore and if you don’t find what you are looking for, please contact us. 8747179805_2370550f70_b

 

If you would like to visit and see the amazing work that has been done restoring this medieval church, please click here to view details of opening times.   If you want to look at the story of the fire and the rebuilding process, please visit the restoration website: www.stnicholasrestoration.com.

 

If you want to see what’s on each month, please look at our noticeboard 

Sunday services have now resumed

2022 : Service programme for January/February

January 9          9.00am Breakfast served  /  9.30am Family Breakfast church

                            3.00pm Tea served / 3.30pm Teatime church

January 16         3.00pm Tea served / 3.30pm Teatime church

January 23         9.30am Quality Time half hour

                           10.30am Communion

January 30         3.00pm Tea served / 3.30pm Teatime church

This pattern to be repeated counting Jan 9 as the first Sunday of the month

So on Feb 2, it will be Breakfast Church and a Teatime Church … and so on

 

Face Masks are required but for the benefit of those who still feel vulnerable, people are wearing them – there is gel at the door and chairs are distanced to minimise any infection

 The noticeboard has a link to a special video service each week

 

 

Winner of the National Churches Trust 2015 Architecture Awards

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St NIcholas church complies with the church’s Safeguarding Policy and General Data Protection Regulations 

If you are concerned about a Safeguarding issue, you can contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Team using a 24 hour phone number