Bishop Helen-Ann has launched the Bishop’s Christmas Appeal in aid of the West End Refugee Service and the Farming Community Network.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A statement from the Bishop of Newcastle, the Right Reverend Dr Helen-Ann Hartley.
The Revd Stephen Tranter has been announced as the new Diocesan Director of Ordinands and Vocations in the Diocese of Newcastle.
Bishop of Newcastle calls for our rural communities not to be forgotten in debates about Climate Emergency.
Children raise money to repair a stained glass window in Throckley.
A new initiative focused on survivors of faith-based abuse and those who support them is being launched by the Diocese of Newcastle.
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.
BishopÂ Christine has bid farewell as Bishop of Newcastle at a Service of Thanksgiving at Newcastle Cathedral today (Sunday 21 November), during which she was presented with the Freedom of the City.
SevenÂ new canons will be installed during a service at Newcastle Cathedral in November.
The Bishops of Newcastle and Berwick are among 14 senior North East church leaders to call on the Government to make the Â£20 uplift in Universal Credit permanent.
Church Action on Poverty North East invites you to an event at which groups from Newcastle, North Tyneside and Northumberland will share their experiences of exclusion.
A ringÂ of ten bells will soon be chiming at St Michaelâ€™s Alnwick - making it only the second church in Northumberland to house such an impressive collection.
InÂ just two months from now, we will be embarking on our first ever Newcastle Diocese Generosity Week!
AnÂ awe-inspiring sky of heavenly angels isÂ floating in Hexham Abbey as a moving tribute to all those affected by the Covid pandemic.
TheÂ Church of England is embracingÂ the 'unique opportunity' to learn and reflect across differences, through Living in Love and Faith.
AnÂ insightful video reflecting on the relationships between religion and violence against women has been released by Voices of Faith.
SeventeenÂ people will be ordained as priests and deacons during our annual Petertide Ordinations this weekend.
Emily Emmerson-Finchâ€™s journey to ordination started when she decided to spend her life savings on a double decker bus.
HundredsÂ of young Christians will march through our Diocese as part of a pilgrimage spanning the length of the country in their fight against climate change.
TheÂ Rt Revd and Rt Hon DrÂ The Lord Sentamu of Lindisfarne in the County of Northumberland and of Masooli in the Republic of Uganda was commissioned as Honorary Assistant Bishop by Bishop Christine at St Maryâ€™s, Holy Island, on 14Â June.
Standing dormant for several years, the church bells of St Johnâ€™s Percy Main are now once again joyfully ringing thanks to a community campaign to repair them.
AnÂ iconic church in Newcastleâ€™s East End which had fallen into a state of disrepair will soon be back in the spotlight thanks to an ambitious project.
AnÂ Open Synod Forum which will begin to look at Living in Love and Faith (LLF) takes place on Thursday 10Â June.
Three people nominated by Bishop Christine in our Diocese for their exemplary Christian service within the community have received the Maundy money this year.
CelebrityÂ father and son Martin and Roman Kemp paid a visit to St Johnâ€™s Killingworth during filming for a TV programme which delved into their family history.