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St. Nicholas Church, Carrickfergus
(4.5/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
Sunday Worship

9.30am Holy Communion

11.00am Holy Communion (1st Sunday of month), Morning Prayer (2nd, 3rd & 5th Sundays), Family Worship (4th Sunday)

7.00pm Evening Prayer (1st & 5th Sundays), Informal Praise (2nd Sunday), Holy Communion with prayers for healing (3rd Sunday), 'Rejoice' Youth Service (4th Sunday).

Wednesday morning

10am Holy Communion
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  • Was visiting this church on European Heritage days. I found that it was a lovely church with not only an impressive Sir Arthur Chichester Memorial but also some very beautiful stained glass windows as...  more »
  • As a regular church goer between two parishes back home, I was looking for a place of worship in the area. The owner of the local inn suggested his place. I therefore attended the Holy Communion servi...  more »
  • This church has a common history with the nearby castle, both a product of John de Courcy, an Anglo-Norman knight whose conquests in Ireland 1177- 1204 have been compared to William the Conqueror for ...  more »