Calendar icon. 2017 DATES
5 February; 5 March
2 April; 7 May;

4 June; 2 July; 6 August;

3 September; 1 October;

29 October; 3 December

Six@Nick's is our regular monthly evening service. It takes place on the first Sunday of the month at 6pm and we join in different forms of worship reflecting a variety of themes across the year. After the service wine and soft drinks are served in the Narthex.



Music has always been at the heart of Christian worship.   Although we are told that the disciples sang hymns (Mark 14.26), by the 4th century music was well established during services.   Central to our worship at Six@Nick's are the St Nicholas Singers.   They are a quintet of professional musicians formed in 1985 to provide occasional choral music at Liverpool Parish Church.  Since then they have performed in many different contexts, including Radio Four’s daily service and also BBC Songs of Praise.


Themes and Services

Within the choral tradition of the St Nicholas’ Singers we enjoy variety, and you are just as likely to hear contemporary chants from Taizé as settings by William Byrd (1543-1623).   Similarly, our worship might be a Eucharist – sharing in the bread and wine at Holy Communion – or perhaps Choral Evensong from the Book of Common Prayer.   Our themes move from seasonal services to ‘special events’, such as our early Valentines service in February when we particularly invite along those getting married at St Nick’s.  But whatever the theme, every service is open to all, and inclusive of all.