St Cuthbert's, Brunswick Village

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St Cuthbert's, the small village church in Brunswick, serves Brunswick Village, Brunswick Green and Hazlerigg.

All are welcome at our services.

The church was built in 1905 when Brunswick Village was still called Dinnington Colliery and served the families of local miners. Its design is consequently simple and reflects the generations of ordinary people who have worshipped here. It was originally a chapel linked to St Matthew's Church in Dinnington. In 1988 it became a church in its own right  in the newly formed parish of Christ the King

Rev Mark Edwards MBE was licensed to St Cuthbert's in Brunswick, St Matthew's in Dinnington, by Bishop Paul on 5th September 2008.

We are fortunate to have a Lay Reader, David Gray,  and a Visitor, Jennie Johnson, who also provide pastoral care.

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Revd Mark A Edwards
The Vicarage
East Acres
Dinnington
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE13 7NA
(01661) 872320

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Sunday

Holy Communion
During part of this family friendly service, the teenagers and younger people form a separate group to explore the theme for that day.
Every Sunday at 11:00 AM for 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Family Friendly Sunday School
Evening Service
This service takes place at Robert Allan Court and all are welcome.
Every third Sunday at 6:00 PM for ½ hour

Thursday

Holy Communion
The Book of Common Prayer is used with prayers for healing
Every Thursday at 10:00 AM for ¾ hour
Book of Common Prayer
Sunday School Supports Fairtrade goods Organ Back to Church Sunday Wheelchair accessible toilets Hearing / Induction Loop Toilets
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Clergy: The Revd Canon Andrew James SHIPTON
A Church Near You ID: 16212
Built: 1905
Archdeaconry: NORTHUMBERLAND (251)
Deanery: NEWCASTLE (CENTRAL) (25105)
Benefice: Ch the King (25/043BJ)
Parish Legal Name: Christ the King in the Diocese of Newcastle (250090 25/90)
CofE Church Info: (625090 25/91)
Short URL: acny.uk/16212/
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The current editor is: Dorothy Winter

 
 
St Cuthbert's : Stalks Road, In the centre of the village., Brunswick Village, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE13 7DS

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