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    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 8th March - 3rd Sunday in Lent
    8.00 am – Mass

    10.30am Mass - Martin Daly preaching

    6.00pm - Choral Evensong

    Conversational Evensong with
    The Very Rev’d Victor Stock
    Dean Emeritus of
    Guildford Cathedral
    Sunday 22nd March
    at 6.00pm

    The Very Rev’d Victor Stock, Dean Emeritus of Guildford Cathedral will share with us something of his Christian journey, and his colourful life in the Church of England. He will share with us some of his favourite hymns and readings and music and prayers. An erudite and witty priest he has been described as “The Ned Sherrin of the Church of England”. We will be in for an entertaining evening!

    This will be an evening of relaxed conversation and worship and music, and a chance to find out a little more about Victor Stock and what inspires and motivates him. 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, © The Archbishops' Council of the Church of England, 2002-2004.
    Contemporary Morning Prayer: todaytomorrowyesterday
    Contemporary Evening Prayer: todaytomorrowyesterday
    Traditional Morning Prayer: todaytomorrowyesterday
    Traditional Evening Prayer: todaytomorrowyesterday

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    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.