St Nicholas is the Cathedral for the Church of England Diocese of Newcastle, which stretches from the River Tyne to the River Tweed. Christian prayer and worship are offered here daily, just as they have been on this site for over 900 years.
The Cathedral is the seat of the Bishop of Newcastle. As the “mother church” of the Diocese, we exist to support the Bishop’s mission, and teaching and pastoral ministry, across the diocese.
Our building is the focus for great Diocesan celebrations and civic services, as well as a place of quiet serenity set amid the busyness of a vibrant city. It is the spiritual home of a caring, worshipping community.
Whether you live or work in Newcastle, or visit from farther afield, we hope that you will feel very welcome here!
Join us for the second community consultation of the Common Ground in Sacred Space project, at Newcastle Cathedral, Southern Entrance, on Thursday 19th April 2018 from 16:00 to 19:00. The consultation is a drop-in session and we hope that you will be able to drop by! April’s Community Consultation is the second in a series […]
Newcastle Cathedral is launching a new volunteer-led community history project on Wednesday 2 May 2018 with the aim of discovering more about the history and heritage of the Cathedral and its place in the city. BOOK YOUR FREE PLACE NOW From researching the Cathedral’s internationally important collection of ledger stones, to discovering more about the […]