Diocese of Newcastle

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  • Toy Service

    Come and join Sky High Club leaders and young people for a brilliant all age service. This year's theme is Gift of Light. Bring a present for any age child (unwrapped). All gifts will be doanted to The Cedarwood Trust and given to children who have very little this Christmas. Come and join us and do something amazing this Christmas. Read more

  • Voices of Faith - Divinity and Femininity

    Voices of Faith invite you to an evening of interfaith dialogue Divinity and Femininity.

    Speakers are Sister Taj Khan, Revd Canon Clare MacLaren and Kirtida.
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  • Planning and Management of Major Building Projects in Places of Worship

    Planning and Management of Major Building Projects in Places of Worship Read more

  • Wise Up Rise Up

    Christians Against Domestic Abuse present... 'Wise Up, Rise Up'. A conference to inform and equip Christians to face the challenges of domestic abuse. Read more

  • Winter Wonderland Fair

    Fantastic seasonal stalls and gifts for all. Read more

  • Newcastle Bach Choir ~ "The Kingdom" ~ Edward Elgar

    The Kingdom” is being performed at the Sage Gateshead (Hall 1) on SUNDAY, 24th November 2019 at 3.00 pm in the afternoon.

    This oratorio depicts the beginning of the Apostles evangelical mission on earth (The Kingdom).

    Supported by The Elgar Society

    For many Elgar fans including the famous conductor Sir Adrian Boult, The Kingdom is his greatest choral work, more consistent than even The Dream of Gerontius. This is a rare opportunity to hear Elgar’s masterpiece live in the North East with two fine choirs, the Newcastle Bach Choir and the guest choir Waynflete Singers, with a stellar line-up of soloists including local-born Claire Rutter and Kitty Whately.
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  • White Ribbon Sunday

    Join us as we host our second annual White Ribbon Sunday event to commemorate those victims and all victims of domestic abuse. Read more

  • Gypsies, Travellers and Roma

    Churches Netowrk for Gypsies, Travellers and Roma are holding a Learnign Day for Chaplains and people offering pastoral support with and among Gypsy, Traveller and Roma Communities. Read more

  • St Andrew's Seaton Hirst Patronal Festival

    St Andrew’s, Seaton Hirst
    Patronal Festival Celebration Read more

  • The Scrooge Diaries

    It’s 1843 and as Christmas looms Mr. Dickens is about to publish his latest instalment of that tale. Mr Scrooge is in his office working desperately to tell his side of the story. This one-man show aims to put the record straight and audiences are invited to hear all about it at St Cuthbert’s Church, Norham. Read more

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