We are a fellowship of Christian people who have a living relationship with God, and a warm welcome awaits you at St Nicholas Keyingham. St Nicholas is a beautiful twelfth-century church.   In response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus, on the advice of the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, the building is temporarily closed, though we are now moving towards the point when we can open again for private prayer and public worship. Since July 2019 we have been in a period of interregnum, but we are pleased to learn that the Revd Alisdair Mark Laird has now been appointed as our new vicar. Following his appointment, he has been heavily involved in his current duties as hospital chaplain, but he plans to move to the Benefice in August, and his licensing and induction will take place at 7.30pm on the 1st September at St Patrick’s, Patrington. Updates will be available on the News and Comment page. The Services page gives links to a range of on-line services. Prayers and Readings will keep you up to date with the Lectionary. Use the Contact link on the right at the top for any enquiries, and we will find the best person to answer. 

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