St Nicholas of Myra, Brighton

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

Welcome to 
St. Nicholas' Church

 

Public Worship at St Nicholas 

The parish church remains open for public worship. All services take place in church unless otherwise stated.

It is with sadness that we receive the news of the death of His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh. We pray for him, that he may rest in peace, and rise with Christ in glory. We pray too for Her Majesty the Queen and all the Royal Family, that they may be comforted by the hope of Resurrection at this time of mourning.
St Nicholas' will be open on Saturday 10th April, from 12 noon until the Eucharist at 4.30pm, for any who wish to visit and pray. The bell will be tolled at noon, as the church is opened.
The Eucharist on Tuesday at 12 noon will be a Requiem for the repose of the late Duke of Edinburgh's soul. All are welcome to attend. 

Second Sunday of Easter, 10/11 April

Saturday Vigil Eucharist 4.30pm (with Zoom)

Sunday Eucharist 10.00am

From 13 April, weekday masses Tuesday-Saturday will be celebrated at 12 noon. 

Third Sunday of Easter, 18 April

8.00am Eucharist

10.30am Parish Eucharist

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 during the national lockdown

We ask you to

  • Use the hand sanitiser provided on entry and exit
  • Wear a face covering over nose and mouth all the time you are in the building. This is now mandatory, except for those with medical exemptions
  • Make every effort to maintain 2m physical distance from one another in the church building.
  • In the churchyard please physically distance and avoid gathering in groups of 6+
  • An NHS Test & Trace form and pen are on each chair. 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. Test & trace information is retained for this purpose only, and disposed of securely after 21 days. If you prefer to use a QR code, this is displayed in the porch and by the sanitiser table.

Please stay at home if you are feeling unwell, or if you or any member of your household have 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

People

Fr. Dominic Keech

The Vicar, Fr Dominic Keech, has been the parish priest of St Nicholas’ since January 2017. Before coming to Brighton, he was previously a university chaplain, and has a research background in early church history.

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’. He has been Organist and Director of Music since 2011, and has over 25 years’ experience of choral direction and accompaniment.

Contact Us

Vicar

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Office

Weds 11.00am – 2.00pm
Thurs & Fri 9-11.45am – 12.45pm – 3.00pm

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

Church Street
Brighton, E. Sussex
BN1 3LJ

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