Tag Archive: St Nicholas Cathedral

  1. Ordination of Deacons

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    The Ordination of Deacons at Newcastle Cathedral

  2. Ordination of Priests

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    The Ordination of Priests at Newcastle Cathedral

  3. Organ Recital Series

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    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.

     

    Lunchtime recitals throughout January 2018 feature the following guests:

    • 1st January: Charles Wooler- Newcastle
    • 8th January: Simon Russell- Nantwich Parish Church
    • 15th January: William Peart- Birmingham Conservatoire
    • 22nd January: Jason Lowe- Durham Cathedral
    • 29th January: Ian Roberts- Newcastle Cathedral
  4. Christmas Lunchtime Recital

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    Why not take a break and spend your lunchtime listening to beautiful music in tranquil surroundings?

     

    Admission is free to all; there is a retiring collection following the recital to help defray costs.

     

    Our free recitals usually take place on Mondays, starting at 1.05pm, and last approximately 45 minutes.

     

    Today’s Christmas lunchtime recital features Newcastle City Council Choir, directed by Emily Stolting.

     

     

    Newcastle City Council Choir was set up in 2013 for employees to reap the benefits that singing has to offer.

     

    The choir have gone from strength to strength, performing in various local events such as The Lord Mayor’s Tea Party, Newcastle’s Better Health at Work Awards, and The Lord Mayor’s inauguration.

     

    The choir were also filmed by Look North for HM Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday celebrations at Newcastle Civic Centre.

     

  5. Organ Recital Series

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    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.

     

  6. Farewell Evensong for the Dean

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    A farewell service and reception for the Very Reverend Christopher C. Dalliston, Dean of Newcastle was held at St Nicholas Cathedral on Sunday 7 January 2018 at 4pm.

    To view photos of the event please click here: Photos from Farewell Evensong.

     

     

  7. Choral Evensong

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    Join us for Choral Evensong, led by the Cathedral Choir (or occasionally, a visiting Choir).

    A much loved service in the traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer, with a beautiful choral setting, psalms, canticles, anthem, and congregational hymns.

    Please come and sit in the Quire (the seats nearest the High Altar) where the service sheets and hymn books may be found – or if you prefer simply to listen, you are very welcome to sit in the pews.

  8. Evening Prayer

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    On Friday evenings, join us at 5:30pm for half an hour of prayer and scripture readings in St George’s Chapel, off the North (left hand) Aisle of the Cathedral. All welcome.

  9. Evening Prayer

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    Join us at 5:30pm for half an hour of prayer and scripture readings in St George’s Chapel, off the North (left hand) Aisle of the Cathedral. All welcome.

  10. Choral Evensong – Selwyn College, Cambridge

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    Join us for Choral Evensong, led by the visiting choir from Selwyn College, Cambridge.

    A much loved service in the traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer, with a beautiful choral setting, psalms, canticles, anthem, and congregational hymns.

    Please come and sit in the Quire (the seats nearest the High Altar) where the service sheets and hymn books may be found – or if you prefer simply to listen, you are very welcome to sit in the pews.