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  1. Early Eucharist

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    Start your Saturday with a quiet and reflective service of Holy Communion in St George’s Chapel, off the North (left hand) Aisle of the Cathedral.

    The service is in contemporary language and lasts about half an hour.

    (Common Worship Order One)

  2. Be a Chorister for a Day

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    Come and see what it’s like to be a Cathedral Chorister.
    Learn some music and sing a short service in the Cathedral.
    Try on Choristers’ robes, make new friends and have fun.
    Open to both boys and girls aged 7-13.
    A great opportunity to try something new, for free!

    For more information and to reserve a place, please contact Emily Stolting.
    emily.stolting@stnicholascathedral.co.uk

    BACFAD 2016 Poster

  3. Ordination of Deacons

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    The Ordination of Deacons at Newcastle Cathedral

  4. Morning Prayer

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    Early risers will be in good company for our simple service of Morning Prayer on Saturdays and Sundays! Join us at 8:30am for a half-hour of prayer and scripture readings in St George’s Chapel. All welcome.

  5. Peace and Comfort – The Chicago Master Singers

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    PEACE AND COMFORT – a concert celebrating the triumph of resurrection, faith and hope

    Newcastle Cathedral
    Saturday 14 July 2018
    7.30pm

    featuring:

    Herbert Howells (Requiem)
    Ralph Vaughan Williams (Valiant for Truth)
    John Tavener (Song for Athene)
    Charles Villiers Stanford (When Mary thro’ the garden went)
    John Rutter (Cantate Domino)

    in a programme of music by British and American composers

    The Chicago Master Singers with Alan Heatherington, Conductor

    Tickets £10
    Concessions £8

    Available online from: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/434088 or on the door.

    The Chicago Master Singers (CMS) is one of the foremost choirs in the United States. Under the artistic direction of Alan Heatherington, the 100-strong choir performs an impressive array of sacred music, from Bach’s Magnificat and Mozart’s Requiem to the latest works by living composers.

    Today we are privileged to welcome the CMS to Newcastle Cathedral for a concert that marks the centenary of the end of World War 1. Their glorious programme focusses on the triumph of redemption, faith and hope, powerfully expressed in texts and music by some of the greatest English poets and composers of the period and always pointing to victory over death itself.

    The centrepiece of the concert is Herbert Howells’ magnificent Requiem, which is arguably one of the most beautiful and heart-wrenching works of sacred music written by any British composer, as well as pieces by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Richard Shephard, John Tavener, Philip Stopford, Kenneth Leighton, Charles Villiers Stanford, John Rutter and more.

    A concert not to be missed!

    In aid of Newcastle Cathedral, Church of St Nicholas.