St Nicolas Parish Church and St Wilfrid’s chapel-of-ease Pevensey
Appointment of Interim Vicar confirmed
Our wonderful building contractors undertaking the restoration of St Nicolas are now in the final stages of their works, and the gradually the church is being revealed in its newly restored condition. The lighting has now been significantly improved, and our carbon footprint reduced, as energy saving LED fittings replaced the old ones. Our tower is improvements are almost complete and our church bells were rung last Sunday 11th February for the first time in several months! New bellringers will be welcomed at our Saturday morning 10am practice session.
We look forward most warmly to welcoming you to St Nicolas, but the church will not be fully open to visitors as normal during hours of daylight until the contractors have finished – hopefully very soon, during the current month of February 2018. However, Sunday services are now back to normal and we are proud to remain the oldest building in Pevensey still in use for its original purpose: a place of prayer, and the house of God.
Lenten House Group in Pevensey Bay.
The theme for the group will be “Our Lord’s Seven Words from the Cross” and what they mean for
The venue is Robert Maidment-Evans, Sanford, Norman Road, Pevensey Bay.
The dates are –
Tuesday 20th Feb, and then Mondays,26th Feb,5th March,12th March,19th March and 26th March.
The group will meet at 2-30p.m. and will finish with tea, coffee and biscuits at 3-30p.m , chat and
fellowship concluding at 4p.m
Everyone will be welcome. Please, if possible, bring your own Bible.