We are the Diocese of Newcastle, proud to be the Church of England's northernmost diocese and framed between the rivers Tyne and Tweed. We have 237 churches serving 178 parishes in 12 deaneries.
From our Street Pastors to our support of Foodbanks, we are at the heart of many projects helping to transform and enhance people's lives in all our urban and rural communities.
We are proud to be one of the largest providers of schools in our region, ensuring our children have the best possible education to give them the brightest start in life.
LIVING IN LOVE AND FAITH
‘My deepest prayer is that by living together in love and faith, we demonstrate the same love for one another as we have received from God himself.”
Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury
Community Fridge opening in Newcastle to help those in need
15th October 2021
Despite our country being the fifth largest national economy on the planet, there is still huge food poverty in the UK and in our city of Newcastle Read More
Local CofE school children to have voices heard at COP26
14th October 2021
Pupils from church schools across the North East will have their voices heard in a show to be aired at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow Read More
Priest in Charge of Haltwhistle and Greenhead and Assistant Curate of Beltingham with Henshaw
Vacancy for Priest in Charge of Haltwhistle and Greenhead and Assistant Curate of Beltingham with Henshaw Read More
Assistant Priest (HfD), parishes of Cornhill with Carham and Branxton
The Bishop of Newcastle wishes to appoint an Assistant Priest (House for Duty) to the parishes of Cornhill with Carham and Branxton. Read More