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Welcome to St Nicholas Church

Who are we?

We are an inclusive and welcoming Anglican c​​hurch, situated in the heart of our local community.

At St Nicholas', we strive to follow the example of Jesus in the way he lived, expressing and practising the compassion and all-encompassing love God has for the world.

St Nicholas' parish encompasses Mordialloc, Aspendale, Aspendale Gardens and Edithvale.  We gather for worship on the traditional lands of the Boon Wurrong people who, from time immemorial, have cared for the land on which we meet.  We pay our respects to Boon Wurrong elders, past and present, and to all First Nations people.

Our worship is joyful and reverent in the Anglican tradition.  We meet​ every Sunday at 9:15am for Holy Com​munion. This service includes Sunday School for children every Sunday (except school holidays).

Morning Prayer is also held every Tuesday at 9.10am, and a Mid Week Holy Communion every Wednesday at 11.15am.

​Our recently renovated church is a lovely space to use for quiet prayer and re​flection. The old sanctuary has now become a Gallery for changing art exhibitions to further inspire and​​ provoke thought.

See Monthly Message from the Vicar Here​

July Pewsheet here


 Upcoming Exhibition

Kingston Interfaith Network Exhibition 2nd - 25th August
Opening Event Wednesday 2nd August ​ at 6pm

​​​ Future Exhibitions 


Sigrid Goetze Exhibition 2nd - 16th September
Opening Event Staturday 2nd September at 6.30pm

Seniors Exhibition 9th  - 21st October
Opening Event Wednesday 11th October at 6pm

Click here for more information



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In the liturgical year, we are now in the season after Pentecost, twenty-four weeks that lead us through to the last Sunday of Pentecost (Christ the King) and then to Advent, at the beginning of December.

During these weeks after ​Pentecost, we listen to the Gospel according to St Matthew, and also read extensively from Paul’s letter to the Romans.  

Paul’s letter to the Romans stresses that the promises of God rest not on the law but on grace. Righteousness, being right with God, results from the power of grace at work in us to reconcile us to God. 

And as Paul reminds us, “the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.” 

Blessings, Sharne