Diocese of Newcastle

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  • Beer and Worship

    Come and join us at St Nicholas' Church in Cramlington for a drink followed by coming together in worship.

    We'll have a small bar set up within the the main church where you can get a drink and tables to get to know each other before coming together in intimate worship featuring the most recent contemporary worship music.
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  • Leap for Ghana

    To coin a phrase - and now for something completely different!
    A fundraising concert to raise money for the communities of the Kwahu Districts in East Ghana - where Martha Raine will be volunteering later this year. Starring Steve Morrison, Ripple, Martha Raine and Anna Raine.

    Tickets £7 on the door
    Or contact Martha Raine 07583841045 or Ronnie Hek 01289382924






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  • Amy Lammin - Organ

    Amy (Organ Scholar of St John's) will play a varied recital including works by Bach, Brahms and some lesser known composers.
    Free entry, with retiring collection. Tea and coffee available in the church hall from 11.30am
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  • The Spirituality of Conflict and Reconciliation

    North Northumberland Spirituality Network presents The Spirituality of Conflict and Reconciliation.
    Speaker: The Revd Canon Dr.Sarah Hills, vicar of Holy Island (formerly Canon for Reconciliation, Coventry Cathedral).
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  • Edinburgh Royal Choral Union

    STAINER’S CRUCIFIXION

    Michael Bawtree conductor.

    Modelled on the great passion settings of JS Bach, Stainer’s Crucifixion is amongst the most popular of all English choral works and vividly portrays the events of the Passion of Christ. Scored for tenor and bass soloists, organ and mixed choir, the piece combines recitatives, solos and masterful choruses that range from the graphic mob shouts of Crucify Him to the ethereally beautiful meditation at the work’s centrepiece God so loved the world.
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  • Newcastle Bach Choir: Handel - Saul

    Newcastle Bach Choir's forthcoming concert “Handel: Saul” is being performed in the King’s Hall, Newcastle University on SATURDAY 14th March at 19.30.

    This is a rare opportunity to hear one of Handel’s greatest oratorios live in the North East.
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  • Growing Faith - Annual Tour 2020

    An evening of stories, encouragement and resources for those who work with children and young people. Key speaker is Mary Hawes, Church of England's National Children and Youth Advisor.

    How can we think intentionally about engaging younger generations? How are we considering the needs of children and young people in our planning and decision making?

    Sessions:
    18th May, St James URC, Alnwick
    19th May, Holy Nativity Church, Chapel House
    20th May, Hexham Abbey

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  • Open Synod Forum: Environment

    The Diocesan Synod meets in open forum at the Northumberland Church of England Academy, Ashington. Read more

  • Model Railway Show

    Blyth and Tyne Model Railway Society will be showcasing quality model railways
    including Thomas and Friends.
    Saturday 10 - 4pm
    Sunday 12noon - 4pm Read more

  • Scott Holland Symposium 2020

    ANGLICAN CHURCHES IN POST-WAR RECONSTRUCTION, NATION-BUILDING, AND PEACE AND RECONCILIATION SINCE 1945 Read more

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