Children raise money to repair a stained glass window in Throckley.
Based on an idea that has come all the way from Slovenia, Wylam now has its very own model village with Joseph, Mary and Jesus at its centre.
Following the retirement of the Very Reverend Geoff Miller, the Right Revd Mark Wroe, Acting Bishop of Newcastle, is delighted to announce that he has appointed the Very Reverend Dr Jane Hedges as Interim Dean of Newcastle.
There are a number of services and events happening across the Diocese of Newcastle this Christmas
The Bishop of Berwick officially reopened Embleton Vincent Edwards Church of England Primary School on 24 November, after significant investment updating and extending the 100-year-old building to ensure it is fit for purpose for many years to come.
Bishop Mark has launched the Bishop’s Christmas Appeal in aid of Walking With and the West End Refugee Service, local charities who support asylum seekers and refugees.
The Very Revd Geoff Miller bid farewell as Dean of Newcastle at a Service of Leave Taking and Farewell at Newcastle Cathedral on Sunday 20 November 2022.
As we prepare to say farewell to the Very Revd Geoff Miller, he reflects on his time as Dean of Newcastle.
Earlier this month, 11 members of the Parish of Morpeth embarked on a long-awaited visit to our Link Diocese in Botswana.
We were so pleased to welcome over 80 people to St Bartholomew’s, Kirkwhelpington to celebrate and share the work of the Rural Churches for Everyone (RCfE) project, on 9 November.
Services and events marking Remembrance Sunday will take place across the diocese this weekend.
On 20 October 2022, Downing Street announced the appointment of the Right Reverend Dr Helen-Ann Hartley, currently Bishop of Ripon, as the next Bishop of Newcastle. Bishop Helen-Ann and her husband, Myles, spent the day touring the Diocese.
Students from Duke’s Secondary School in Ashington planted a tree last month, gifted to them at STEM Fest Net Zero
Downing Street has announced the appointment of the Right Reverend Dr Helen-Ann Hartley, currently Bishop of Ripon, as the next Bishop of Newcastle. The appointment was approved by Her Late Majesty The Queen.
As the new academic year began, so did a new phase of chaplaincy at Northumbria University. It is a quiet, new start taken in stages as the space in the university used by chaplains, faith groups, meditators and seekers moved from a rather out-of-the way location to a much more central space
On Thursday 14th July, four vicars from our link diocese, Møre in Norway, came to visit.
Blanchland Community Development Organisation is thrilled to acknowledge a National Hewritage Fund Grant grant of £98,900 towards the second stage of The Blanchland Abbey Project, the ‘6 As of Blanchland’
Following the success of last year's first event, Newcastle Diocese Generosity Week returned on Sunday 25 September 2022. This time, it has a distinctly local flavour.
The iconic Lindisfarne Gospels underwent a 130-mile journey this September, travelling from Gainford in County Durham to Lindisfarne, Holy Island
A season of celebrations is taking place to mark the creation of the Lindisfarne Gospels on Holy Island around 1300 years ago.
The Very Revd Geoff Miller, Dean of Newcastle, has today announced that he will retire in November.
Bishop Mark joined with other faith leaders to pay tribute to The Late Queen Elizabeth II before the start of the Great North Run
We join with the whole nation, and friends across the world, in expressing our sorrow at the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
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.