Thursdays 1.05pm, online.

Making Jesus known in the City.

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Welcome to St Nick’s Talks

Thursdays at 1.05pm on Zoom

It’s our hope and prayer that many people, particularly those who work in the City, will come to know the Lord Jesus through the ministry of The St Nick’s Talks. Please come and join us. 

Current Series 

January 14th | Matthew 5:27-30
January 21st | Matthew 5:27-32
January 28th | Matthew 5:33-37
February 4th | Matthew 5:38-42
February 11th | Guest talk
February 18th | Matthew 5:43-48
February 25th | Matthew 6:1-6
March 4th | Matthew 6:7-15

Why attend a lunchtime talk?


The lunchtime talks offer four opportunities. 

1. Stand. The talks offer an opportunity for you to publicly identify with the gospel. This allows you to be known publicly as a follower of the Lord Jesus and for questions to be asked of what you heard at the talks.

2. BringThe talks offer a public and free opportunity for anyone to hear God’s word being taught, that they might know Jesus too. Each week, you can bring along colleagues to hear a clear talk from the Bible about Jesus.

3. Grow​. The gospel saves us but also keeps us and builds us up to live for Jesus. The workplace is one of the hardest places to be a Christian, but also the place where we can be most distinctive. So we aim to strengthen believers in the gospel to live distinctive and gospel-adorning lives for Jesus in the workplace.

4. Speak.​ The workplace provides abundant opportunities to make Jesus known. So we want to help believers to see the huge opportunity of the workplace and then to make the most of it. When believers are built, trained and fired up with the gospel, then we trust that they will go out and speak the gospel, at work, at home and wherever else they go, with great conviction that God works powerfully through his word.

Join a partnership group 

Meet with other workers, to go deeper in applying God’s word and to pray together.

Christianity Explored 

Who is Jesus? Why did he come? Did he really rise? Is the Bible trustworthy? What is grace? Whatever your question, we’d love you to ask it.