Welcome to St Nicholas

Welcome to the website of St Nicholas’ church, Chiswick, an inclusive Anglo-Catholic community serving the people of Chiswick. Details of our regular services can be found here. Do come along and join us, it would be wonderful to see you. You can download our term card here.


Sunday 29th March – Palm Sunday
8.00 am – Mass
10.30am Mass (meet 10.20am at Chiswick Pier)  – Fr Simon Brandes preaching
5.00pm – Evensong

FORTY DAYS LENT

Holy Week 2015

 Sunday 29th March  – Passion (Palm)
8.00 am    Mass
10.30 am Procession and Mass (meet at Chiswick Pier at 10.20 am)
6.00 pm   Stations of the Cross

Monday 30th March
8.00 pm   Mass & Sermon

 Tuesday 31st March
7.30 pm   Mass
8.00 pm   Lent Study Group

Wednesday 1st April
8.00 pm   Mass & Sermon

Thursday 2nd April – Maundy Thursday
8.00 pm   Mass of the Last Supper
Followed by watch until midnight

Friday 3rd April – Good Friday
2.00 pm   Liturgy of the Passion

Saturday 4th April – Holy Saturday
10.30 pm Vigil and First Mass of Easter


Please join us for a very special Conversational Evensong

with Eva Schloss 

Sunday 19th April at 6.00pm

Eva Schloss is a remarkable lady. Interred in Auschwitz by the Nazis in May 1944 with her family, she has dedicated her life to peace and reconciliation. She is the step-sister of Anne Frank and co-founded the Anne Frank Trust (UK).

 “The human spirit is amazing, hope is amazing – I was one of the few lucky ones” Eva Schloss.

 This will be an evening of conversation and worship and music, and a chance to find out a little more about Eva Schloss and the holocaust and what inspires and motivates her. Refreshments, as usual, will be served after the service.


Daily Prayer

The links below are to Daily Prayer provided by the official Church of England website

Contemporary Morning Prayer: today; tomorrow; yesterday
Contemporary Evening Prayer: today; tomorrow; yesterday

Traditional Morning Prayer: today; tomorrow;
Traditional Evening Prayer: today; tomorrow; yesterday

© The Archbishops’ Council of the Church of England, 2002-2004.


We aim to keep St. Nicholas church open during daylight hours and visitors are extremely welcome. If, however, you are travelling a long distance to us or are wanting to visit us at a specific time, we would encourage you to check in advance that the church is open by contacting our Parish Office.

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