Churches in a North Tyneside community are doing their bit to enhance the Christmas experience for local children. St John’s Church in Percy Main and St Peter’s, Balkwell, are putting together educational packs, which will be handed out to school pupils in the parish.
This Advent / Christmas season, we have decided to create our own Advent Calendar with daily reflections from a range of different people across the Diocese.
The Bishop of Newcastle is pleased to announce that the Reverend Dr Richard Whaite is to be our next Director of Mission and Ministry.
On 14 November 2023, Bishop Helen-Ann made her maiden speech in the House of Lords.
Bishop Helen-Ann answers questions asked by pupils at NCEA Dukes Secondary School, Ashington.
Services and events marking Remembrance Sunday will take place across the Diocese.
Meet the clergy who are taking on volunteering roles in their local communities
Organist,Aidan Evans, has been recognised by his church community after clocking up 50 years of dedicated service.
The Bishop of Newcastle has taken her seat in the House of Lords and in so doing has become one of the 26 Lords Spiritual and a Lord of Parliament.
Entries have opened for The Church Times' Green Church Awards 2024.
A statement from Bishop Helen-Ann and Bishop Mark about Israel and Gaza.
Family, friends, faith leaders and civic dignitaries gathered at Newcastle Cathedral for the formal Collation, Induction and Installation of The Reverend Canon Lee Batson as the new Dean of Newcastle in the Church of England.
Newcastle International Airport has unveiled a brand-new multi-faith prayer room and quiet space. Bishop Helen-Ann was delighted to join other faith leaders from across the North East to mark the official opening.
Plans have been unveiled for St Michael's church in the heart of Byker to be transformed into a state-of-the-art youth and community hub.
Our new Diocesan Director of Ordinands and Vocations, the Reverend Stephen Tranter has been licensed by Bishop Helen-Ann at a service at Newcastle Cathedral.
The former Archbishop of Canterbury will speak about Religious Poetry Today when he visits the Diocese next month.
Churchwarden and Authorised Lay Minister at St Peter's Falstone, Bellingham Deanery, reports on how Molly, Dolly and Polly inspired a family service based on ‘The Good Shepherd’.
In anticipation of the upcoming installation of the new Dean of Newcastle, the Revd Canon Lee Batson, an exhibition at Newcastle Cathedral is set to explore the intricate designs adorning the copes worn by its Dean and Residentiary Canons.
Members of community art club ‘Something Wonderful’, a project from St. James Church, Benwell, are auctioning over 120 of their artworks in order to keep their club running.
A unique 'Story Chair' was unveiled on Friday 8 September in the Crypt of Newcastle Cathedral - a collaboration between national social justice charity Changing Lives, the School of Design at Northumbria University, Newcastle Cathedral and the North East Probation Service was designed with women with first-hand experience of the criminal justice system, as an abstract representation of their stories.
Almost 500 people turned out to sing as the BBC brought Songs of Praise to Newcastle.
Churches in Newcastle Diocese have joined together for a special festival which saw children and families engage in fun and creative activities.
A church in Newcastle Diocese has set its sights on gold after securing the silver award as part of the Eco Church initiative.
The In Harmony Project, West Newcastle Symphony Orchestra, visited St. Matthew’s Elswick, Newcastle, for their Summer Community Concert.
As we reflect on the Diocesan vision for turning outwards in mission and ministry and becoming younger and more diverse, the Revd Julie Mooney explains how this vision is being lived out at Church of the Good Shepherd, Battle Hill.
The Church Commissioners for England, which manages the Church of England’s £10.3bn endowment fund, has decided to exclude all remaining oil and gas majors from its portfolio.
Pupils at a group of primary schools have experienced different cultures following visits to Spain and Greece.
For the past seven years, the Revd Sheila Hamil has been broadcasting voluntarily for Radio Tyneside, the long-established community and hospital station, which reaches 20,000 regular listeners, including patients at Tyneside’s main hospitals.
The BBC's ever-popular Songs of Praise is coming to St George's Church in Jesmond - and people from across Newcastle Diocese can be part of it.
The Bishop of Newcastle and her husband Myles attended a special ‘Shaun the Sheep on the Tyne’ preview event, giving Bishop Helen-Ann an opportunity to meet the version of Shaun that is living in Newcastle Cathedral from 19 July - 27 September.