Welcome to St Nicholas, the Parish Church of Studland.
This unique Romanesque Norman building has been here for about 1,000 years, but it was built on the site of an earlier Saxon church dating from the beginnings of Christianity in Dorset. Studland, the ‘land of horses’, has always been agricultural, a fertile pocket lying between boggy harbour edges to the north and the chalk hill to the south, but it also looks westward to the heath for clay, stone and sheep pasture.
We are invited by The Archbishop of Canterbury, IF SAFE TO DO to light a candle at 7.00pm on Sunday and place it in a window to share the solidarity of Christians showing the light of Jesus all over the world. PLEASE BE SURE YOU DO THIS SAFELY.
Have tried successfully sharing worship together via Zoom we hope to do this on Easter Sunday at 6.30pm. If you would like to join us please contact me at:
I will then send you the code and password you need in order to be part of our service together.
The Whole Parish will be prayed for each day
Events: Following the Government advice and Suspension of Public Worship All Public events are Suspended until further notice
Revd Tony Higgins
Tel No: 01929 450691
Mobile: 07761 658124
St Nicholas' Church, Studland,
SWANAGE, BH19 3AT.
Please take time to be still, pray, and get to know our church and its surroundings. This unique Romanesque Norman building has been here for about 1,000 years, but it was built on the site of an earlier Saxon church dating from the beginnings of Christianity in Dorset. Read more