These events occur regularly throughout the calendar year.
Every Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.
Church Centre 80 Front Street
An informal Communion service with hymns- followed by tea and scones. This service takes place in Saint Bartholomew's Church Centre, 80 Front Street, Newbiggin by the Sea.
Every Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
St Bartholomew's Church, Newbiggin by the Sea, Northumberland
(Church Office): 80 Front Street, Newbiggin by the Sea, NE64 6QD
Vicarage Telephone: 01670 817220
This is our main Eucharistic (Communion) Service. Everyone is welcome. Singing is led by our choral group and there is a great sense of welcome and community. After the service we serve refreshments so there is time to chat and catch up with each other and make new friends too.
Every Third Sunday at 3:30 p.m. for 1hr 30m
Church Centre 80 Front Street Newbiggin by the Sea
Family-T is: an informal style of Church with something to appeal to all ages fun and family orientated.
We meet together at 3.30 pm in St Bartholomew’s Church Centre on Front Street once a month. We begin with a song and then a story about the theme of the day. We then have a period of craft and activities and time for chat designed for all ages for about 25 minutes linked to the theme. Then we get together again for a short time of prayer, another song and then close.
Then we have tea together in the Church Centre and finish by 5.00 pm. Everyone is welcome at Family-T.
We hope that all who comes will find this an easy way to feel part of the wider Church family and to know God’s love for them.
The dates for the rest of this year and the themes are listed below.
Please come and join us and bring your family and friends.
Wholeness and Healing Service
Sunday 24 November 2019 at 6 p.m. for 1hr
Church Centre 80 Front Street Newbiggin by the Sea Northumberland
Healing, reconciliation and restoration are integral to the good news of Jesus Christ. For this reason prayer for individuals, focused through laying on of hands or anointing with oil, has a proper place within the public prayer of the Church. God’s gracious activity of healing is to be seen both as part of the proclaiming of the good news and as an outworking of the presence of the Spirit in the life of the Church. During this service we come to God as we are. We acknowledge our human needs and frailty, and we are assured of the love of God as we are anointed in the name of Jesus Christ. As Christians we are always reminded that God prepares a place for us in His Kingdom and that all the pains and trials of this life will come to pass. This is our hope as we come together to offer our worship, to sing God’s praises, and to rejoice that God made us in His image.