Funeral Service

Time: 1.00pm

Date: Wednesday 16th March 2022

Service Details:
Keith's funeral service will be held at Great Harwood Christian Fellowship

John Keith Nicoll (Keith)

On the 2nd March 2022, Keith passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family after a courageous battle with cancer. Dearly loved husband of Aileen, much loved dad of Helen, a dear relative and friend to many.
After working for the Co-op, the finance sector and becoming an office manager, Keith left all of this behind and became a full time Christian Minister. In 1992 he became the first pastor of Great Harwood Christian Fellowship and served faithfully in that role for 20 years. Keith enjoyed many hobbies such as following his favourite football team Blackburn Rovers, researching his family tree and walking over 500 miles along the local canals. Keith was blessed to have shared 50 happy years of marriage with his loving wife Aileen and he was the most doting father to their daughter Helen.
Keith will be greatly missed by all who knew him, as an example of someone who loved God and loved others.
Family flowers only please, donations if desired are being gratefully received on behalf of Great Harwood Christian Fellowship via the donate button below.

Please feel free to leave a message for Keith’s online memorial book by completing the form below.

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MESSAGES for the family of John Keith Nicoll (Keith)


Lynda Susan and families

Remembering Keith, a lovely man and a true gentleman, who will be missed by many.


Brian Ashcroft

Home in Glory brother what a blessing to have known you . well done good and faithful servant.. I will always remember our times of prayer together.


Hilda Dakin

I praise and thank the Lord for Keith and his family for the wonderful friendship shared over many years. I thank Keith especially for the powerful teachings of the Bible which he taught with loyalty, love and humility. A true, honest and faithful servant of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. A great Blessing to have known Keith indeed.


Stephen & Angela Yates

Simply to say to Aileen & Helen what a privilege it has been knowing and spending time with Keith, a truly Jesus like desciple in the 21st century. Always faithful. Always kind and loving to God and everyone. We all need to be more Keith like. We will miss the Christian brotherly hugs and affection when we visited the Fellowship. Will meet you again in Heaven brother.


Jackie and Richard Ormston

Special memories of Keith – faithful pastor and preacher and a good friend. Now, as ever, in the hands of Jesus.