Diocese of Newcastle

Please click here to read the latest Church of England statement on the current coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis

Contact telephone numbers for Church House staff

Please note that Church House is currently closed and staff are working from home. We've put together a list of telephone numbers if you need to contact a member of staff.

Download Church House staff telephone list here.


We are the Diocese of Newcastle, proud to be the Church of England's northernmost diocese and framed between the rivers Tyne and Tweed. We have 237 Churches serving 178 Parishes in 12 Deaneries.

From our Street Pastors to our support of Foodbanks, we are at the heart of many projects helping to transform and enhance people's lives in all our urban and rural communities.

We are proud to be one of the largest providers of schools in our region, ensuring our children have the best possible education to give them the brightest start in life.

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Join an online video service in Newcastle Diocese

Despite church buildings being closed, many of our churches are using video streaming to provide online services of worship you can join. You can watch live as the service takes place or watch recorded services at a time that suits you.

For a list of churches taking part and details of their services click here.

Volunteers restore historic graveyard

A completely overgrown Church of England graveyard in Prudhoe, closed to burials in 1907, has been fully restored thanks to an incredible group of volunteers with support from the Diocese. Watch our video to find out more about their fascinating story.

St Mary's Longframlington host their first Warm Hub lunch

St Mary's Church, in the village of Longframlington, hosted their first Warm Hub lunch, providing a warm and friendly welcome, a hot meal and good company to members of the community, who were also able to access advice on how to lower their energy bills.

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