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John & Sarah Fahy 

Church Leaders

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Rachel, John & Julian

Eldership Team

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Rachel

Associate Minister

Eagle's Nest Church is a multigenerational community church in the north of Nottingham that exists to positively transform the local area by being an authentic gathering of ordinary people that seek to put God central in all we do.

We want to transform our local community by running projects and partnering with organisations that aim to make the north of Nottingham a better place to live.​ By putting God first, we are developing a church where people have genuine relationships, are encouraged in their faith, and can discover how God can use their unique talents and gifts.​

We are part of the NG Church Network across Nottinghamshire and have various joint services, prayer meetings, as well as joint kids and youth events. Find out more about the NG Church Network below.       

Arnold Churches Together meet for an annual park event, prayer meetings, and work together on community initiatives to serve those in Arnold and surrounding areas. Find out more about ACT below.            ​

We support and partner with a number of organisations both locally and overseas. More information can be found by clicking on the links below. 

Eagle's Nest Community Centre
Eagle's Nest Community Centre

A hire for hire in the community of Arnold

Eagle's Nest Charity Hub
Eagle's Nest Charity Hub

An office space and meeting place for charities to use for free

The King's Village Ghana
The King's Village Ghana
The Wainman Trust
The Wainman Trust
Hope into Action
Hope into Action
Arnold Foodbank
Arnold Foodbank
Jericho Road
Jericho Road
NG Church Network
NG Church Network
Arnold Churches Together
Arnold Churches Together
Evangelical Alliance
Evangelical Alliance
AOG
AOG

our name.

We at Eagle’s Nest Church are committed to the idea of community. The eagle has enjoyed a long association with Arnold, whose name originally meant, 'the place of the eagle' so, when choosing our name, it seemed only right that we, a community church serving our local community, should adopt the eagle and continue this long tradition.