St. Nicholas' Church, Burton-in-Wirral

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) update

    Burton Coronavirus Community Response

    A team of very friendly and eager volunteers are poised to answer requests for essential groceries, medication collection, essential post office visits, dog walking and a friendly phone call. If you need our help call the dedicated hotline 0151 665 0867 and leave an answer message including your name, phone number, area you live within the village, and description of what we can do for you.

    Sadly the decision has been taken not to hold services in Church at present.

    Services and sermons from Cathy can be found here.

    If you wish to join in with people around the country in prayer and praise, the Church of England has a Daily Prayer and the Royal School of Church Music has a Daily Hymn.

    Growing and thriving with God in our community

    St. Nicholas' is the parish church of the villages of Burton and Puddington on the Wirral in Cheshire. We are an Anglican Church that has close connections with our village communities and their Church-aided Primary School. We passionately believe that local church is the hope of the world, and are therefore committed to building a loving, worshipping, and mission-focused community at the centre of village life.

    At St. Nicholas' we have a wide variety of service styles and groups reflecting the diversity of our community. We hope that this web site helps you quickly find out where you would have a home with us. We look forward to welcoming you at one of our services soon.

    St. Nicholas' Church takes its duty and obligation to protect all extremely seriously. We have adopted the national Church of England's robust procedures and guidelines. You can find out more about the national policies and procedures at

    If you have any safeguarding concerns or issues of a safeguarding matter then you can find useful contact information at

    Important announcement about Safeguarding

    All parishes are required to participate in a Past Cases Review, commissioned by the Church of England. PCR2, as it is known nationally, is part of the Church's ongoing scrutiny of its handling of past and current safeguarding cases. For more information see here.


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