Sunday 09 May 2021
News from the diocese of Newcastle. The diocese of Newcastle includes Northumberland, Newcastle upon Tyne, North Tyneside, and parts of eastern Cumbria and northern County Durham.
For current vacancies in the diocese visit: Jobs in the diocese of Newcastle
The pandemic has put professionals under huge strain. Here’s how churches may be able to help, Julie McKee reports
30 Apr 2021
Lindisfarne Gospels to return to the north-east; New fellowship is linked to island of Lundy; Bishop of St Davids to walk 400 miles before COP26
26 Feb 2021
NEWLY released financial figures from the Church of England reveal the scale of the disparity between southern and northern dioceses in annual revenue from parishes
12 Feb 2021
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Bordon is one of the fastest growing towns in the South East. Following the departure of the Army, 4,350 homes are being built as part of a massive development which will include 100,000sqm of new commercial, retail and leisure floor space.
A United Benefice of three parishes in the High Weald Area of
Outstanding Natural Beauty. The attractive 4-bedroom modern
rectory, with a beautiful
We are looking for priest with relevant experience: to complement the St Mark’s team, someone with excellent communication skills who is interested in helping people grow in faith, social action and leadership; to support Sunday Services and a minimum of two additional days each week to include occasional offices and mid-week services.
The Bexhill Team Ministry includes two churches. St Peter’s (Grade II* listed, ER 222) is the ancient and civic parish church of Bexhill, founded in 772. St Michael’s (ER 85) was built in 1930 and is a smaller community-oriented church, serving the expanding suburb of Pebsham.
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EVEN as I reluctantly cast my vote for Labour in the last General Election, a large part of me was expecting that Boris Johnson would win
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