St Nicholas' Church

St Nicholas Church

Contact us


The Rector                        01293 773954            
Revd Sue Weakley
Priest-in-Charge of St Nicholas’ Charlwood & 
Emmanuel Sidlow Bridge
Email: revsueweakley@btinternet.com
Mobile: 07887 888372
Address: 81 Parkhurst Road, Horley, RH6 8EX


Churchwardens

Lorne Cox                            01293 862224             
Email: coxlef@gmail.com

Peter Anderson                        01293 863784 


Organists

John Sharples                      01293 776424             
Email: Johnsharples10@gmail.com

Beth McLean                        01293 785974            
Email: bethmclean@hotmail.co.uk


PCC Treasurer

Patrick Cox                           01293 862224             
Email: pccox@f2s.com


Nics Mix and other children’s activities

Beth McLean                        01293 785974             
Email: bethmclean@hotmail.co.uk


Mothers’ Union

Gill Mason                             01293 862655
Email: gmason7@tiscali.co.uk


Bell-ringers

Lorne Cox                            01293 862224             
Email: coxlef@googlemail.com


Flower arrangers

Katie Kett                              01293 863076
Email: ackett@btinternet.com


The Nicholas room

This modern room, which seats about 30, with its own entrance, toilet and kitchen, is available for hire  Contact  Hilary Sewill     01293 862373                     hilarysewill@btconnect.com


Regular Services and Church Groups (click here)

History of the church (click here)

St Nicholas' Church stands at the centre of the village. People have been worshipping here since the church was built in c.1080. The church is within the Diocese of Southwark. Services are held every Sunday, and all are welcome. 

There are a variety of services to suite different tastes, ranging from the  traditional services of the 'Book of Common Prayer' to modern 'Common Worship' services and to the informality of 'Family Services.'  There are also special activities for children. 

The church is open daily for quiet prayer or for you to view this historic building. 

So, whether you are passing through on your way to the nearby Gatwick Airport or you live in the locality, we hope you will be able to visit or worship here.

Bill Campen
Rector