St Nicholas

St Nicholas, Nunhide Lane, Sulham Hill, Sulham, Berkshire RG8 8EE

1.5 miles south east of Pangbourne

 

Family worship on the 3rd Sunday monthly at 11am

Evensong on the 2nd Sunday at 6pm during British Summer Time or 4pm in the winter months
 
 
St Nicholas was rebuilt in the 1830s. It is a pretty church located on the edge of the village. 
 
Villagers have an affection for the church and find peace and solace in the building or on the bench in the churchyard. Volunteers clean, maintain the churchyard and provide flowers to decorate the church. The church is much loved by locals and visitors alike and fundraising continues towards the costs of repairs to the fine Victorian stained glass windows and stonework. 
 
The monthly Family and Evensong services are very welcoming to people who travel to worship in this beautiful setting.  Key events and special services in the Church year are well attended and loved by regular congregation and local residents alike. There are several special services held throughout the year.
 
St Nicholas is popular for weddings. Couples who live outside the parish often attend worship with us in order to qualify to be married in the parish. 
 
The church is open on Crocus Sunday in February each year for visitors to come and enjoy the crocus/snowdrop display in the churchyard; the annual Church Fete held bi-annually in Sulham is always very well supported.
 
The St Nicholas Church committee promotes the church within the parish on behalf of the PCC.
 
 
 

 


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