St Nicholas of Myra, Brighton

An inclusive church in the catholic tradition,
growing disciples for service in the world

Welcome to 
St. Nicholas' Church

Eighth Sunday after Trinity, 25 July

8.00am Eucharist

10.30am Parish Eucharist, with Junior Church at 10.45am in the churchyard

5.00pm Zoom Evensong

Weekday masses this week: Tuesday-Saturday 12.00pm 

Wednesday Recital 2pm: Johan de Cock, local pianist performing works by Liszt and Mompou, alongside original compositions.

Time for Contemplation: church open 5.30-6.30pm Thursday, for silence and reflection before the Blessed Sacrament

Cakes and Quiches Pop-Up Cafe and Takeaway Friday 12.30-4pm

Ninth Sunday after Trinity, 31 July

8.00am Eucharist

10.30am Parish Eucharist, with Junior Church at 10.45am in the churchyard

5.00pm Zoom Evensong

All are welcome.

Please contact the parish priest if you are not on the parish mailing list and would like to receive Zoom links, or regular parish mailings.

Covid-secure worship in the parish church 

Following the change in law, our Covid-safety measures in church will also change from Sunday 25 July. These measures are 'for the time being' and will evolve further depending on the conditions of the pandemic in our local area. 

  • Please continue to use the hand sanitiser provided when you enter and leave the church.
  • It is strongly advised that you wear a face covering over your nose and mouth all the time you are in the building. 
  • From Sunday, we will begin singing in the building once again. At the 10.30am Eucharist, we will sing two hymns inside, and some of the congregational responses. We will sing two hymns outside after mass. If you prefer not to sing inside, please sit at the back of the church, upwind of others.
  • Seating remains socially distanced throughout the building this Sunday. Next week the remaining chairs will be returned to the building, and there will be a designated area of socially distant seating at the back of the church for those who want more space, or prefer not to sing. Everyone will be encouraged to spread out across the building and give others ample room.
  • NHS Test & Trace forms will be on the table by the door. If you are happy to leave your details, please fill in the form and place it in the Test and Trace tin as you leave. If you prefer to use a QR code, this is displayed in the porch and by the sanitiser table.
  • We are fortunate in having a very well ventilated building, with a strong draught from west to south-east when all the doors are open. We will continue ventilating the building, especially at busy services.
  • Please stay at home if you are feeling unwell, or if you or any member of your household has symptoms of coronavirus

Welcome to the website of St Nicholas of Myra, the ancient mother church of Brighton.

We are a diverse and vibrant community of Christians who meet on Sunday and throughout the week to worship, grow in faith and serve our local community. Our home is Brighton’s oldest church – a peaceful sanctuary, surrounded by a beautiful churchyard.

Our vision is to be a beacon of joy in the heart of our city. We invite you to join us.

Fr. Dominic Keech


Fr. Dominic Keech

The Vicar, Fr Dominic Keech, has been the parish priest of St Nicholas’ since January 2017. 

Mother Jessica Reid

Mother Jessica Reid has been assistant curate of St Nicholas’ since July 2017.

Dominic Desouza Campbell

Dominic Desouza-Campbell is the Reader (Licensed Lay Minister) at St Nicholas’. 

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St Nicholas of Myra, Brighton is a parish church of the Diocese of Chichester within the Church of England

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