Welcome to St Nicholas'

St Nicholas’ is a warm, friendly and faithful Christian community in the orthodox catholic tradition of the Church of England. Nourished by word and sacrament we seek to be faithful disciples of Christ, living and proclaiming his gospel in our daily lives.

You will find details of our regular services on our Worship page.

Built in 1380 on the site of an earlier church, St Nicholas’ is a popular destination for the many visitors to the historic town of Arundel. The church is open daily to visitors and those who seek a quiet place to reflect and pray.

Whether you are coming to St Nicholas’ to marvel at its historic architecture, to find a place of solace and prayer, or to join us in worship, we pray that in this sacred place you will be truly touched by the abundant grace, mercy and love of our Lord Jesus Christ.


The church is open for private prayer from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.

St Nicholas' (Arundel) and St Leonard's (South Stoke) are both open for some public acts of worship. Please follow this link for further information: Public Worship

Face coverings are mandatory for members of the public entering the church.

A prayer for those
affected by coronavirus

Keep us, good Lord,
under the shadow of your mercy.
Sustain and support the anxious,
be with those who care for the sick,
and lift up all who are brought low;
that we may find comfort
knowing that nothing
can separate us from your love

in Christ Jesus our Lord.
Amen.

Quick Links

Attending Public Worship

St Nicholas' and St Leonard's have re-opened for public worship. Please follow this link for details.

Coronavirus Information

Information and support from St Nicholas' during the coronavirus pandemic.

Weddings

Information on getting married in church.

Visiting Arundel

No visit to Arundel is complete without a visit to the town's ancient parish church

Latest Videos

Sunday Eucharist - 9th August

The Sunday Eucharist from St Nicholas' for 9th August.

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In this talk we look at three of the important images of Christ found in the book of Revelation.

The Book of Revelation 3

Following the messages to the seven churches John is taken up into heaven. What does he see there? That's the subject of this next talk in our series on this most astonishing and inspiring book.

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