We are a diverse and inclusive community, with people of many cultures, ages and nationalities joining together in worship and friendship. Our services are in English and follow the liturgy of the Church of England, accompanied by wonderful choral music from our Music director and choir. We have a vibrant Sunday School and Youth Group which meet regularly on Sunday mornings and help to lead our monthly All-Age services.
Whether you are living in Finland or just visiting, we welcome you! We have many friends living abroad who come back to see us, and we hope that St Nicholas will always be a spiritual home for you in Helsinki whenever you are here.
St Nicholas is the ‘mother congregation’ of the Anglican Chaplaincy in Finland, led by our chaplain the Revd Tuomas Mäkipää. We are based at Mikael Agricola Kirkko in central Helsinki. Anglican services in English are available in three other cities: Espoo, Tampere and Turku. Together we belong to the Church of England’s Diocese in Europe.
Worship with Us
Our regular services include the Sung Eucharist on Sundays at 10:00am at Mikael Agricola Church, and monthly All-Age Services and Evensongs. We also stream many of our services, which are available to view by clicking here “Worship With Us” . You are welcome to join us!
We share additional news, reflections and prayers on our community blog and social media channels, including Facebook and YouTube. We are also on Instagram and Twitter! For weekly updates you can subscribe to the St Nicholas mailing list
We follow the national guidelines regarding Covid-19. Before attending our services please read the information found here.
We are committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults. We follow the House of Bishops guidance and policies, and the Diocese in Europe Safeguarding Policy. Our own Safeguarding officer can be contacted via e-mail. We assume all who come to us will comply with our Safeguarding Policy.
St Nicholas’ Anglican Church, Helsinki
We hold our services at Mikael Agricola Kirkko, which is also home to Tuomas Messu.