Visitor

No:

For various reasons we are no longer able

to offer a weekly church service .  

From July our services will be held on

the 1st and 3rd Sundays thus:


1st Sunday 10.30  Holy Communion

3rd Sunday 19.30  Sunday Praise



Services ~ July


Sunday 2nd July 10.30  Holy Communion

Trinity 3


Sunday 16th July 10.30  Sunday Praise

Trinity 5



Sunday 30th July –  10.30 Benefice Service

St James the Great, Birlingham



 Services ~ August


Sunday 6th August 10.30  Holy Communion

Transfirguration


Sunday 20th August 10.30  Sunday Praise

Trinity 10



Services ~ September


Sunday 3rd September 10.30  Holy Communion

Trinity 12


Sunday 17th September 10.30  Sunday Praise

 Trinity 14


St Nicholas Church, Pinvin

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A Brief History

St Nicholas

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Other Places of Interest

Pinvin Parochial Church Council

Churchwarden

Hilary Roffey

Pershore

Churchwarden

Vacancy



Secretary

Vacancy


Treasurer

Vacancy


Deanery Synod representative

Hilary Roffey


Other Councillors

Stella Elliott

Lerryn, Upton Snodsbury Road

Glen Hurst

Tregarthen, Main Street


Rob Mustard

The Close, Main Street


Claire Pemberton-James

Pershore


Tim Stanton


Pershore

Vicar

Rev. Claire Lording


Assistant Curate

Rev. Dr Orion Edgar


Parish Office

11 Broad Street, Pershore, WR10 1BB

552071

Services at St Nicholas


Please come and join us at one of our services.  All morning services begin at 10:30  


When a month has a 5th Sunday, as happens 4 times a year, the service will rotate around

the Abbey and the three village churches, Birlingham, Wick and Pinvin.

For further details see the Abbey Website or ring the Abbey Office (552071)


Please Remember All are Welcome at all services

So do come along and join our friendly congregation !

All services are followed by Tea/Coffee and a chat.

News/Events

Can You Help


We need people who can lend an occasional hand, or throw in a few ideas.

People wanting to help in any way they can.

There are many tasks associated with the maintenance of an old church building.


You don't have to go to Church to be involved.


Please go to the News/Events page for further details