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7th
Aug
Osiligi Maasai Warriors visit Newcastle Cathedral

The Osiligi Maasai Warriors, a performing tribal group from southern Kenya, are set to visit Newcastle Cathedral on Thursday, September 14. The group has toured north east schools and churches with great success in recent years but this will be their first major city concert in the area. The evening is great family entertainment – […]

18th
Jul
Music at Newcastle Cathedral from September 2017

Music at Newcastle Cathedral from September 2017 Mondays at 1.05pm: Lunchtime Recital (featuring the Cathedral’s Phoenix Digital Organ and/or other instrumentalists and singers) Why not take a break and spend your Monday lunchtime listening to beautiful music in tranquil surroundings? Our free organ recitals take place on Mondays, starting at 1.05pm, and last approximately 45 minutes. […]

10th
Jul
CGISS Project Engagement Day – 27 June 2017

We were delighted to publicly launch our Common Ground in Sacred Space (CGISS) Project on Tuesday afternoon 27 June at Newcastle Cathedral. Our very first CGISS Engagement Day heralded the start of the project and enabled us to reach out to a wide-ranging audience including staff, Chapter, congregation, the Diocese, Cathedral support groups, local partners, […]

6th
Jun
Find Calm in a Busy World

Do you find the pace of life overwhelming? Are you feeling a little stressed and in need of some peace, tranquility and reflective time? Why not pop in to Newcastle Cathedral on Thursday 22 June from 11am onwards to experience ‘Calm in a Busy World‘. The Cathedral will be open for anyone who wishes to come […]

1st
Jun
Find out how Newcastle Cathedral is changing!

Excitement is building here at Newcastle Cathedral, Church of St Nicholas, as we prepare to publicly launch our Common Ground in Sacred Space Project.   This is the beginning of a long journey of change – there will be challenges along the way, but it will lead to a transformed Cathedral, meeting the needs of […]

26th
May
Can you help us bring the Prayer Porch to life?

Excitement is building here at Newcastle Cathedral, as we prepare to host the “Thy Kingdom Come” Beacon Event on Saturday 3rd June. (If you don’t already know all about it, you can find out more here: https://www.facebook.com/events/204923193327029/) One of the most important parts of our preparation will be to encircle the event with prayer! In […]

11th
May
Lay Clerk Vacancies

Vacancies have arisen for an Alto (male or female), Tenor and Bass Lay Clerk from September 2017. £6,000 per annum for 5 choral services per week.   Newcastle Cathedral, Church of St. Nicholas, is one of the most beautiful and historic buildings in Newcastle upon Tyne. The spire has dominated Newcastle’s skyline and served as […]

10th
May
Newcastle Cathedral Wins National Lottery Support

Newcastle Cathedral, Church of St Nicholas, in Newcastle upon Tyne has received initial support from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for their ‘Common Ground in Sacred Space’ development project. Newcastle Cathedral has been awarded £358,000 in a first-round pass from the HLF, the body which distributes a share of the income from the UK’s National […]

23rd
Mar
Cathedral Notes Spring 2017

The latest edition of Cathedral Notes is now out. We would love to hear from you about anything you would particularly like to see in our newsletters. If you have any suggestions or comments, please contact our Communications Officer, Catherine Mair (catherine.mair@stnicholascathedral.co.uk). Cathedral Notes_Spring 2017

23rd
Mar
Westminster attack: Church of England leaders respond

The Archbishop of Canterbury and leaders of the Church of England have offered prayers for those affected by the attack in Westminster as they praised the bravery of police and emergency services. With areas around the Houses of Parliament in lockdown as events unfolded, Westminster Abbey offered hospitality to MPs, their staff and others. Meanwhile […]