There is so much going on at St Nicholas this Christmas!
Take a look below and come and join with us. Your family is our family.
Sunday 9 December 10.00am Family Christingle Service at St Nicholas Church
Our children will help us understand why Jesus came as we build a Christingle and prepare for Christmas.
Sunday 16 December 6.30pm Nine Lessons and Carols (Candlelit Service) at St Nicholas Church
Start getting into the Christmas spirit as we hear the story of Jesus’ birth and sing carols in the atmosphere of candlelight. One of the most magical nights of the year at St Nicholas and we welcome to join us early to guarantee a seat.
Monday 24 December 3.00pm Crib Service for Pre-School and KS1 Children at St Nicholas Church
Come dressed as part of the nativity story as we turn a fun rabble of children into the nativity story…the stable animals might make a return appearance!
Monday 24 December 4.00pm Carol Service at St Barnabas Church
Start getting into the Christmas spirit as we hear the story of Jesus birth and sing carols in the atmosphere of candlelight.
Monday 24 December 5.00pm Crib Service for KS2 Children – Adults at St Nicholas Church
Come and sing carols as we hear about the Christmas Story from the innkeeper and his wife.
Monday 24 December 11.30pm Midnight Mass
This is the time honoured traditional way of bringing in Christmas with communion and carols.
Tuesday 25 December 8.00am Said Eucharist (Book of Common Prayer) at St Nicholas Church
Tuesday 25 December 10.00am Family Communion at St Nicholas Church
Family friendly communion service. Why not bring something that Santa brought to show us all.
Tuesday 25 December 11.00am Eucharist for Christmas at St Barnabas Church
A relaxed but traditional communion service to celebrate Christmas.
St Nicholas Christmas Tree Festival
Kenilworth’s 10th Christmas Tree Festival
Thursday 29th November – Sunday 2nd December 2018
The Christmas Tree Festival brings together our community to celebrate its creativity and raise money for charity. This will be the 10th year it has been held in our Church. As the light goes down in the afternoon and the tree lights shine around a magnificent building, it becomes a really magical sight.
We display in excess of 30 trees each year from local schools, community groups, businesses and our own church groups. The trees are on display to the public from Thursday afternoon until Sunday, including the Friday Night High Street lights switch on.
Visitors viewing the trees are asked to vote for their favourite 3 trees with a £1 donation going to our chosen charity – this year being Alzheimer’s UK. In recent years we have also supported Helen Ley, Kenilworth PHAB, Save the Children and Myton Hospice to name but a few.
Come and see the trees!
You might also see a surprise outside the church this year…