St Nicholas has had a Facebook page for some time now and we’re using it more to keep in touch with everyone while we’re not able to get to the Church itself. Please Like and Follow to keep up to date – latest post as I write this is a
Unfortunately, even though we’ve managed to get the Outlook magazine printed this month, we’re unable to deliver it around the village due to the coronavirus lockdown. Instead, I’ve removed all the personal contact details and you can download it here free of charge. I hope you find something to interest
This morning the Rector held morning prayer with his wife at the church. This video allows you to listen in.
Dear Friends, We live in dangerous and challenging times. Our lives and movement have been curtailed by the Coranavirus outbreak. Each one of us has been advised to keep a safe distance away from the person in front of us in the street and if necessary to self-isolate at
Thirty-five adults and children gathered in the Church Hall on 22nd September for Barton’s very first Messy Church. The theme was ‘God’s Family, Our Family’, which explored the story of Abraham and Sarah and how God called them to go a long journey and promised they would have a very
St Nicholas Church has held a Christmas Tree Festival for the last seventeen years. Individuals, families, schools, community groups and businesses are invited to decorate a tree and around 50 trees are displayed in the church and hall. During the festival weekend there are seasonal refreshments, live music and craft
The facilities that the church has that are available to use are: large print hymn books a loop system a children’s corner disabled access toilets (including a disabled toilet) in the church hall