Worship Group

The worship group is comprised of Year 6 pupils who are responsible for planning and leading special services that take place in St Nicholas Church throughout the year ,and helping with acts of worship in school as well. They are also involved with promoting key religious events and saints days through planning and delivering assemblies to the whole school.






Worship Week :


This weeks’ worship at home focus is based on the first Sunday of LENT.

The passage from Mark 1:9-15 reminds us of the time that Jesus spent in the wilderness preparing Himself for his earthly ministry.

As we go through Lent, we keep our hearts and minds focused on Christ and we prepare for the celebration of His resurrection and His eventual Second Coming.


No 4 prayer from the Archbishop's invite to call on God in Prayer.



Lord Jesus Christ,

in these dark and difficult days, we turn our hearts to you.

In ages past, you have delivered our nation from disaster.

Do it again, we pray.

Give wisdom beyond human wisdom to our leaders,

Give strength beyond human strength to the NHS and all our frontline workers.

Give comfort beyond human comfort to the elderly and all who grieve.

Lord Jesus Christ,

in these dark and difficult days,

turn your face towards us,

have mercy upon us,

and heal our land, we pray.




Worship Week :

This weeks’ worship at home focus is based on the value of kindness; one of the school's core values.

The bible shows many examples of Jesus showing kindness to all in society, and the impact that these acts of kindness had on others. St Paul also reminds the early church to ‘clothe themselves with kindness’. Both Jesus and Paul make me think of another quote on kindness I read recently: ‘when we release kindness into the world around us, it creates a ripple of goodness’. Let us all be kind to one other and share the ripples of goodness.

"Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience." Colossians 3:12

Questions to think about....
How does it feel to be able to give an act of
kindness to someone you know?
How about someone you don’t?

When is it difficult to be kind to people?

Who do you need to be kind to right now and
What does it feel like when someone has shown
you an act of kindness?

How can we grow kindness in our community?

Kindness ripples Activity
Move your hands about in a bowl of water
and notice the effect you have on it. Think
about the quote ‘when we release kindness
in the world around us, it creates a ripple of
goodness’. How might this activity help us to
think about kind actions?
Week 3 prayer from the Archbishop's invite to call on God in Prayer.
Loving Father God,
be with us in our distress;
be with our families, friends, and neighbours,
our country and our world.
Give health to the sick,
hope to the fearful,
and comfort to mourners.
Give wisdom to our frontline and key workers,
insight to our Government,
and patience to us all.
Overcome disease with the power of your new life,
through your Son, Jesus Christ our Lord.



Worship Week :
Worship focus this week is based on this month's value of Forgiveness:

In the Biblical parable of the ‘Prodigal Son’, a son receives his inheritance and travels to a distant country, wastes all his money and becomes desperately poor. He then returns to his father and is received with open arms.
Luke 15

What does this teach us about forgiveness?

How can we show that we are sorry?

Prayer from the Archbishop's invite to call on God in Prayer.

Loving God,
at this time of crisis
when so many are suffering,
we pray for our nation and our world.
Give our leaders wisdom,
our Health Service strength,
our people hope.
Lead us through these parched and difficult days
to the fresh springs of joy and comfort
that we find in Jesus Christ our Lord.


Worship Week :

This month we focus on our other core value; this week it is HONESTY.

Zacchaeus showed he was willing to change by offering half of his belongings to the poor and paying back four times as much to anyone he had cheated.


Almighty God,
in Christ you make all things new:
transform the poverty of our nature by the riches of your grace,
and in the renewal of our lives
make known your heavenly glory;
through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord,
who is alive and reigns with you,
in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, now and for ever.




Worship Week :

This month we focus on tow core value; this week it is FAITH.
The story of Daniel in the lion's den teaches us to have faith in God as our protector.


Eternal Father,
who at the baptism of Jesus
revealed him to be your Son,
anointing him with the Holy Spirit:
grant to us, who are born again by water and the Spirit,
that we may be faithful to our calling as your adopted children;
through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord,
who is alive and reigns with you,
in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, now and for ever.


Worship Week :

Matthew 2: 1-12 The Journey of the Magi
Like the Magi (wise kings) we start a new journey as we enter the beginning of 2021 and have hope for the future. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VySzDA07N-c

Thank God for his care for all of us.
Pray that we may all know he loves us.

S is for the Star
H is for Herod
O is for Offering
W is for Wise Ones
I is for Incense
N is for naughty Herod not happy with the New king
G is for Gifts

All together - SHOWING God cares for us all.