News

8th
Sep
Newcastle Cathedral to Host Exhibition by Artists in Recovery from Addiction

Newcastle Cathedral is set to host an exhibition showcasing work by artists in recovery from addiction to drugs, alcohol and harmful behaviours.  The exhibition, entitled ‘AiR at the Cathedral’, is organised by Newcastle based not for profit Community Interest Company, Artists in Recovery, and runs from Saturday 8th to Saturday 29th September 2018. The exhibition, […]

30th
Aug
Volunteers – We Need You!

Heritage Hub – Newcastle Central Station 6-9 and 13-16 September It’s been a great few months for volunteering at Newcastle Cathedral as we work to expand our volunteering programme. We are now looking for a group of enthusiastic and friendly volunteers to help support our exciting Heritage Hub as part of Newcastle’s 2018 Heritage Open […]

30th
Aug
An Evening with Archbishop Sentamu

We are delighted to announce that The Archbishop of York John Sentamu will be our guest speaker at Newcastle Cathedral on Friday 7 September 2018 at 7:30pm. Doors will open at 7:15pm. This prestigious event is free and open to all. Tickets are free but must be booked in advance. For tickets please visit: https://an-evening-with-archbishop-sentamu.eventbrite.co.uk. Unreserved seating in the […]

24th
Aug
Bible Study Group

Join our Thursday Bible Study Group! Newcastle Cathedral Congregant, Marjorie Wood, writes: A Bible Study Group perhaps doesn’t sound the most exciting way to spend a couple of hours on a Thursday morning in the Cathedral. Well you would be wrong! I can assure you that this is a very lively group. When we are […]

21st
Jul
Newcastle Cathedral hosts its third PRIDE Eucharist and free film

The countdown is now on for Newcastle Pride 2018! Newcastle Cathedral is hosting its third PRIDE Eucharist – to which all LGBTQI+ folk, friends and allies are warmly invited at 4pm on Saturday 21st July, followed by a free film at 5pm (snacks & soft drinks available). PRIDE Eucharist will be a traditional Church of […]

17th
Jul
What does Newcastle Cathedral mean to you?

For over 900 years a house of worship has graced the heart of the city of Newcastle. Situated in historic ‘old’ Newcastle, Newcastle Cathedral stands as a beacon of hope for everyone visiting, working and living in and around the city: an open place of sanctuary, hospitality, welcome and worship for all those who wish […]

17th
Jul
Repair fund helps Newcastle Cathedral prepare for First World War commemorations

A national scheme to conserve and repair England’s cathedrals, from which Newcastle Cathedral was awarded a total of £180,572 across two projects, has significantly reduced immediate risks, a report published today said. The £40 million First World War Centenary Cathedral Repairs Fund, launched by the Government in 2014, invited applications from Catholic and Church of […]

9th
Jul
Welcome to the Cathedral’s new Head Verger

We are delighted to welcome Carys Underdown as our new Head Verger. She took up her post on Monday 18 June 2018 and was formally admitted to the role at the end of the Sunday Eucharist on 24 June, using a liturgy provided by the Church of England Guild of Vergers. Carys has moved around […]

27th
Jun
‘Spirit in Stone’ – inspiring youngsters with stories of the Northern Saints and the North East’s Christian heritage

A celebration event at Newcastle Cathedral will mark the completion of an exciting new digital multi-media resource inspired by the historic church buildings and stories of the Northern Saints. Exploring Churches in North East England: A Schools’ Resource to support teaching Christianity in Key Stages 1, 2 &3 Project Celebration and Launch Event Thursday 28th […]

26th
Jun
This is my favourite view of Newcastle Cathedral

A passionate advocate for the North East The Venerable Geoff Miller, recently announced as the next Dean of Newcastle, expresses his affection for Newcastle Cathedral and his excitement at the opportunity to bring the Cathedral alive for a new generation. Watch a video of Geoff here: This is my favourite view of Newcastle Cathedral   […]