The Revd Rachel Scheffer is stepping back from her children and youth work role after “eight wonderful years.”
A man who came to church initially to ring the bells is now embracing the full experience after he started attending services regularly.
Since 2011, Lifepath Brinkburn has welcomed school groups each June. Kirstine Davis, the administrator of the scheme, explains what Lifepath is all about and how children can learn about the Christian faith in a fun and engaging way.
A North Tyneside baby bank, based at St. John's Church Percy Main, which supports struggling parents amid the cost of living crisis, has received a vital funding boost to upgrade its hub.
A statement from the Bishop of Newcastle, the Right Reverend Dr Helen-Ann Hartley.
Felton Church of England Primary School has achieved Bronze Award status in Christian Aid’s Global Neighbours Scheme, an accreditation programme which helps pupils learn about global poverty and the Christian responsibility to tackle it
The Revd Stephen Tranter has been announced as the new Diocesan Director of Ordinands and Vocations in the Diocese of Newcastle.
The Bishop of Newcastle has appointed The Reverend Canon Lee Batson as the next Dean of Newcastle.
Bishop of Newcastle calls for our rural communities not to be forgotten in debates about Climate Emergency.
The Revd Fiona Sample, CEO of The Oswin Project, has reflected on the honour, after being awarded the MBE in the King’s Birthday Honours list for 2023.
That’s the reassuring message from Diocesan Director of Education (DDE) Paul Rickeard, at the midway point of an exceptional year.
Today, Bishop Helen-Ann ordained seven priests in a service at Newcastle Cathedral.
Police are trying to reunite a fascinating Bible with its rightful owner.
Churches across the Diocese are being invited to enter nominations for this year's National Church Awards.
Church communities joined together for a vigil to pray for peace in Ukraine and across the world.
Sarah White (pictured) became our first social work student when she joined the Diocesan safeguarding team at the end of January.
Education in the village dates back to the 17th century, when children were taught within the porch at St Andrew’s Church. A purpose-built school was constructed during Victorian times and opened in 1852, before the school moved into its current building 60 years ago in 1953.
The Revd Christian Mitchell, who prefers to be known as Mitch, first visited the historic town and surrounding areas back in 2016.
Revd Dr David Bryan, Principal of Lindisfarne College of Theology, gives his account of this year's memorable visit.
It's a busy summer for Holy Trinity Church, Jesmond as they host two of their biggest events of the year, hoping to engage with their local community.
The Revd Sheila Auld, 85, who is assistant priest at St Gabriel’s Church in Heaton, arrived at her final destination on Sunday (11th June), at the home of her sister Elsie Watson in Chichester, where they celebrated with a glass of wine.
Congratulations to our ten ordinands who will become deacons and priests this Petertide. Learn more about them and their journeys to ordination...
A partnership between a group of churches in Heddon-on-the-Wall and local school, St. Andrew’s CE Primary, has resulted in a very special celebration for Pentecost – a ‘Festival of Fire’ which brought nearly 200 members of the local community together.
At the grand age of 85 years old, Revd Sheila Auld, assistant priest at St. Gabriel’s Heaton has taken on an unusual challenge to raise money for a charity close to her heart.
Illuminating the Word of God will take place during the summer months.
On Saturday 13 May 2023, Bishop Helen-Ann gave her first Presidential Address to Newcastle’s Diocesan Synod, held at Newcastle Cathedral.
A response from the Bishop of Newcastle, the Right Reverend Dr Helen-Ann Hartley
Churches and schools across Newcastle Diocese celebrated the Coronation of King Charles III with a range of special services and community events.
With the death of Canon Frank Dexter on 13th April, the Diocese and the wider Church has lost a wise and faithful servant and steward of the mysteries of God.
A minute silence to mark Firefighters’ Memorial Day on 4 May 2023 will take place from 12pm at fire stations across the Diocese of Newcastle