The Government Announcement sees a slight relaxation of Current Covid restrictions from midnight Thursday 22nd October and again on 5th November. 

We are pleased to advise that St Nicholas' Services, at the moment, will be commencing on and from Sunday 7th November.

We will be holding our Service on Sundays at 9.15am for fully vaccinated people.  We still need to be mindful of our space and numbers allowed.  Masks and QR coding necessary.
A service for unvaccinated/ or not fully vaccinated people is offered at a different time.

Please click here to contact us if you have any questions.

St Paul's Cathedral Services on line are:

Sunday 8am Book of Common Prayer

Sunday 10am Sung Eucharist

 Fr. Ron's Sunday Worship Resource 

Household Prayers in Covid Curfew

Covid Lockdown Fatigue

( If you would like copies of previous emails, or other Prayer/Service information, please contact the office)

Scanning of the Government QR Code is now Mandatory. 

The App can be downloaded on your phone via Apple App Store,                 

or Google Play

Assistance is available if you are unable to scan the code yourself

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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 practicing 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 peoples 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.

The Anglican Church of Australia within the Diocese of Melbourne, is committed to child safe practice. The care, the safety and the welfare of children are embedded in policies and practices which are intended to reflect a commitment to zero tolerance of child abuse.  Please visit Children & Family Page for more information.

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) and is followed by morning tea fellowship.  Messy Church, an all-age, informal and fun way of doing Church that is particularly suited to families with children, is held on the fourth Sunday of the month (excepting December and January) from 4.00 - 6.00 pm. Click here for more info.

Our community worked together to develop a Mission Action Plan (MAP) 2019-2021. It is our statement of the values and aspirations of our parish community as we look towards the future.

Click here to view our Plan.

Click here to view the process to develop our Plan

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


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A Huge thank you to Parkdale & Mentone East Community Bank Branches and Kingston Council for the Grants enabling this work.


The grass is growing! And this wonderful rain will water it in very nicely - ready for Spring we pray.  Stay tuned as we progress.


Sunday School for the children, is available every Sunday (except school holidays), also beginning at 9.15am.  The children join the rest of the congregation in the service at the time of Holy Communion. 


Messy Church is a way of being church for all ages, involving experiences and fun. It does not prioritise either the needs of children or adults, but intentionally welcomes and provides for all ages. It is particularly fitting for families who may not find other forms of church appealing.

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At the end of 2011, we completed the renovation and extension of St Nicholas’, successfully combined the old with the new, creating a beautiful reordered worship space tha​t faces east through the opened up arches.

We now have a lovely Gallery space, in what was the old sanctuary, a beautiful area of red brick and stained glass interspersed with white walls.