On Friday 15 July, Revd Canon Rob Saner-Haigh was consecrated as the new Bishop of Penrith at York Minster.
On Saturday 2 July and Sunday 3 July, eight new Deacons and five new Priests were ordained to serve in the Diocese of Newcastle.
On Friday 15 July at York Minster, Revd Rob Saner-Haigh will be consecrated as the next Bishop of Penrith
A new initiative focused on survivors of faith-based abuse and those who support them is being launched by the Diocese of Newcastle.
Exhibition in Exile is an exhibition of cartoons by renowned cartoonists on immigration, refugees and asylum seekers accompanied by a panel discussion, music performance by migrant community groups and art workshops.
The Archbishop of York Stephen Cottrell arrived at Holy Island on Saturday after completing a 60-mile pilgrimage along St Cuthbert’s Way.
A group of around 100 people, passionate about the rural church, gathered at the Sill National Landscape Discovery Centre on Hadrian’s Wall for a conference on all things rural church.
Congratulations to our 13 ordinands who will become deacons and priests this Petertide
Parishes and churches across the Diocese celebrated in style this year, as the nation commemorated The Queen's Platinum Jubilee
A Newcastle vicar and voluntary ambulance responder has been awarded the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Medal
We are extremely pleased to announce that the Reverend Canon Rob Saner-Haigh, currently Residentiary Canon Director of Mission and Ministry in Newcastle Diocese, is to become the next Bishop of Penrith
The BBC’s flagship religious show visited St Andrew’s Corbridge as part of an episode exploring Northumberland’s Christianity
A retired Cumbrian headteacher has set himself the unique challenge of cycling to every St Paul’s Church in the country to help restore a historic organ
A new Priest in Charge has been appointed to the churches of North Tyne and Redesdale
A North Tyneside church which runs a vital community baby bank has launched a fundraising appeal for a new heating system
Our friends at Northumberland Church of England Academy Trust (NCEAT) are on the lookout for professionals from a wide range of industry sectors to get involved in the governance of the Trust as it embarks on one of its most exciting chapters to date
Bishop Mark visited Holy Trinity Church, Jesmond to celebrate the opening of their Centenary Exhibition.
Bishop Mark attended the installation of the new High Sheriff of Northumberland, Colonel James Royds and Canon Alan Hughes as his Chaplain
A charity which supports individuals living with lifelong mental health conditions and learning disabilities has partnered up with a local primary school to help transform part of its playing field into a forest school
Head of Chaplaincy at Newcastle-upon-Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Revd Capt Katie Watson, aims to complete the gruelling challenge in July
As the crisis in Ukraine continues to unfold, churches across our Diocese are showing their solidarity with the eastern European nation.
September last year saw the start of a brand new diocesan wide event - Newcastle Diocese Generosity Week - which allowed us the opportunity to spend time collectively focusing on nurturing and encouraging generosity
A primary school in Ashington has partnered with conservation experts from a local diving centre to help clean up one of South East Northumberland’s most popular beaches in the aftermath of the school holidays
Congratulations to Bishop Christine who has been appointed as Honorary Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of St Albans
Pupils at Duke’s Secondary School in Ashington have been gaining valuable insight into what goes on behind the scenes at some of our region’s employers as part of an ‘Industry Insight’ event.
Revd Catherine Macpherson of St Mary’s Blyth offered prayers at a community centre’s first ever Iftar Dinner, held to mark the breaking of fast during Ramadan.
Magical scenes greeted Shirley Brown and Baz Dowsett at Windsor Castle as they were gifted Maundy money by HRH Prince Charles.
They have had 875 donations from across the community and congregation
A service of commemoration and reflection was held in Hexham Abbey to thank NHS staff and frontline workers for their bravery and determination throughout the Covid pandemic.
Bishop Mark speaks of a love which has conquered death, bringing a message of hope this Easter.