Welcome to St. Nicholas Catholic Church
The First Sunday of Every Month Has Been Designated as Food Sunday. Lord, When Did We See You Hungry? The first weekend of each month has been designated as a day of food collection for the hungry in Allenton, Capac, and Dryden. Families are asked to bring nonperishable items to church.These items will be placed in baskets at the entry to the worship spaces, and brought forward with the collection on the First Sunday of each month.
Pastoral Care of the Sick. When illness or infirmity keeps you from the Sunday assembly, Ministers of the Holy Communion can bring the scripture and the body of Christ to you. Call the parish office to let us know if you would like to be a part of this program. If however, you would like to receive the sacrament of anointing, let us know that too. We are just beginning to get this program going again, so please let us know if you would like to assist or to receive. Do not be afraid that you’re being a burden, we will do our best to bring you the body of Christ. Regularly sharing in communion is an important part of our life together as the Church. (810) 395-7572
Are You Registered in the Parish? Welcome to St. Nicholas! All families and single adults are invited and welcome to register in our Cluster Parish Office in person or by telephone. Registration provides information to help plan activities and accurately assess future growth and needs. Registration also helps in the maintenance of Sacramental records for you and your family. If you move to another parish or have a new address and/or phone number, please notify the Parish Office.