What's on your Horizon?

Latest Covid news from our Diocese includes:

Metropolitan Melbourne restrictions change Potentially from 2 November, though this may be brought forward a week, parishes and church centres in metropolitan Melbourne may have twenty people for an outdoor religious gathering or service plus one cleric or ASLM to head that. The current limit of five remains. Also, from 2 November, there can be private worship in the church for households with one cleric or ASLM leading.

(and more regulations as notified - Please contact Rev Robyn for further Clarification)


Walk Pray Eat

We gather together on the 3rd Saturday of each month. After a short prayer, we walk silently and meditatively to our destination Cafe, for Breakfast and fellowship.

Children’s Playgroup: Tune In Time Out (TITO)

A pre-school music group plus time for play and parents to relax. The group runs weekly on Tuesday Mornings from 10:00-11:30am during school terms. For inquiries or to book a place email June Bryant using


 Contact Us page.

Bible Study Groups

Meeting on 2nd and 4th Wednesday evenings. Simply use our Contact page if you would like further information.

St Nicholas Poetry Society

The Society (which grew out of a Gallery event) holds a regular poetry workshop is facilitated by Ms Kerry Bounds. The workshop is held at the Church, every second Wednesday of the month, from 1pm until 3pm. This is a wonderful opportunity to share and workshop poetry in a friendly and supportive environment. Entry is by gold coin donation. Simply use our Contact page if you would like further information.

Christian Outreach in the Community


The Christian life is alway "other - focussed".  Jesus tells us that in addition to loving God with our whole heart, soul, mind and strength, we are to love our neighbours as ourselves.  St Nicholas' responds to those in need in may practical ways, including:

  • Supporting the work of Southern Opportunity Shop Mentone

  • Contributing to our local community via weekly food baskets 

  • Supporting Community Christmas Projects as required

  • Regular financial contributions ot the missional work of the wider Anglican Church 

In the months ahead, St Nicholas’ will begin a community-based conversation to help us plan new ways forward so that we will be even more actively involved in Christian outreach in our local community. Come and join the conversation!

Pastoral Ministries

  • to the aged and unwell

  • Spiritual Direction

  • Weddings, Baptisms, and Funerals

  • conducted by the Vicar and Pastoral Ministry Team.

Current Conversations 

At Nicholas’ we are interested in current debates in the Church and the wider community about issues of faith, liturgy, religion, social justice and spirituality. It is good to engage in such conversations from an informed, thoughtful and respectful position. We acknowledge that Anglicanism as a Christian denomination values unity in diversity, and that diversity inevitably brings with it a variety of standpoints and views. From time to time we will post links here to current conversations and debates that interest us. We do so in the hope that others will also find value in the variety and diversity of views expressed.

Christianity cannot survive the decline in Worship ........


Please note that the opinions and views expressed in these links are not necessarily those of St Nicholas’ parish or of the Vicar.

The Pilgrim Course

'The Pilgrim course is a journey to the heart of God and to a living, 
personal relationship with Jesus Christ.'

 - The Archbishops of Canterbury and York.

A course for the twenty-first century, Pilgrim offers an approach of participation, not persuasion. Enquirers are encouraged to practice the ancient disciplines of biblical reflection and prayer, exploring key texts through modules of six sessions that have helped people learn and grow in faith since the early Church. You can read more about the course here.

The Pilgrim Course has already been welcomed and used by many churches around Australia. It introduces our faith, and enables a deepening of our faith. 

Course booklets can be ordered online or through St Peter's Bookroom in East Melbourne.

 Friendship Lunch

Meets 12 noon on the third Thursday of the month for lunch at a local eatery. If you would like to come along, Simply use our Contact page if you would like further information. 

Outside Groups Meeting at St Nicholas

Alcoholics Anonymous

Friday, 10.30 am-12.30 pm
Sunday, 7.30 pm-9.30 pm

Peaceful Living Yoga

Contact Mary, 0408 664 020

Monday, 6-7.15 pm, and

7.30 pm - 8.45 pm til Dec 16th

Wednesday, 9.15-10.30 am
Thursday, 6-7.15 pm 

Saturday, 8-9.30 am


Sunday Holy Communion -  9.15am

Tuesday Morning Prayer -    9.10am

Wednesday  Holy Communion 11.15am

1st & 3rd Wednesday Christian Meditation 6pm 


(03) 9580-1192


9 Bear Street

Mordialloc, Victoria, 3195



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Monday - Thursday 12pm - 3pm

Saturday 10am - 1pm

Closed Fridays and Public Holidays.

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