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Welcome To

St. Nicholas Church


We are the Anglican (Church of England) parish of St Nicholas working in partnership with the Methodist Church as part of the South Worcestershire Circuit.  

We are a small church with a big heart for the community of Warndon Villages and beyond.  

We believe that God’s love is for everyone, and we respond to this love in times of praise and worship and by sharing it with others through prayer and practical support.  

We believe that we have a responsibility to care for God’s creation and be good stewards with all of our resources.  


Our Grade I listed building is open most days for visitors and we gather every Sunday at 10am for worship where all are welcome.  


We hope you find all you are looking for on our website which contains information about our worship, group activities, heritage, safeguarding and key contacts.  

Times of Worship

Sundays @ 10am

Season of Prayer for Creation and the Environment

World Environment Day is on 5th June 2024, this is the United Nations’ day for encouraging awareness and action to protect our environment. Environment Sunday is on 2nd June 2024 and we will be celebrating with an outdoor act of worship under our ancient Yew Tree at 10am. 

8th – 16th June sees community events in Great Big Green Week. Do follow the link to the website to get ideas of swaps you can make to your lifestyle to benefit the environment or find events for Great Big Green Week.

8th – 16th June Churches Count on Nature is a joint venture promoted by Caring for God’s Acre, A Rocha UK, the Church of England and the Church in Wales. People are encouraged to discover and log the wildlife in their local churchyard. The results can then be added to a nationwide database, so why not get involved? 


A prayer for Environment Sunday

God of life, we praise you for the beauty of creation, its richness and variety;
yet, through greed and ignorance, we scar your world with plastic waste and throw so much away.
Make us more like Jesus, treading gently on our common home, and breathe your Spirit on us,
that we may care more deeply for your Earth.
We ask this through Jesus Christ our Lord.

More prayers for World Environment Day can be found at:


As stewards of God’s creation, it is our duty as Christians to care for the preservation and protection of all creation. Therefore, St. Nicholas church has chosen to focus on the role we need to play in this. Over the past year or so, we have examined the impact we make as a church on our environment and made changes to our practice to lessen the impact we have. We have a regular Eco newsletter which highlights environmental issues for our congregation and gives practical ideas to reduce their carbon footprint or information on how to engage with local, national or international environmental campaigns. As a result of these initiatives St. Nicholas Church has achieved a Bronze Ecochurch award and is working towards Silver.

A Rocha Bronze Award Winner 2022
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