Church of England Diocese of Newcastle Longframlington with Brinkburn

Brinkburn Priory: in the parish of Longframlington with Brinkburn

19 Aug 2021, midnight

Ongoing services in the parish of Longframlington with Brinkburn at St Mary's Longframlington are shown below.  Further information about these services and other activities can be found on the website for St Mary's Longframlington, where the following services are normally being held:

A said service of Holy Communion is celebrated in St Mary's on Sunday mornings at 09:20
A recorded Service of the Word for the parishes of Felton and Longframlington is posted to YouTube each week based on the 11:00 service at Felton.  It is normally online by Sunday evening, but may on occasion not be posted until Monday evening

A service of Morning Prayer is held in St Mary's each Wednesday morning at 09:30, and can also be accessed by Zoom

Worshippers at St Mary's are asked to to wear face masks, observe social distancing and use hand sanitiser.

Brinkburn Priory is normally opened by English Heritage only from Easter to October: in 2021 their season started on 24th May and from 19th July there is no longer a pre-booking requirement.  See the English Heritage website for full details of opening arrangements.  Church events whether based in Longframlington or at the priory are advertised on the St Mary's website, and may also be publicised on the St Mary's Facebook page, #SMCLongfram.  Non-church events arranged by, or in conjunction with, English Heritage are advertised by them

In 2021 the Priory was not open in time for the Choral Eucharist service for Ascension Day, which has become a modern tradition there: the acoustics of the building make this a tremendous experience.  Other services may be held during the English Heritage season - or even very occasionally in the winter.

In addition, English Heritage normally arrange a programme of events in the priory building at weekends during the summer months.  We will include any information we receive from English Heritage about such activities here, but for complete information you should contact English Heritage