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Seek and you shall find, knock and the door shall be opened to you. Matthew chapter 7 v.7
You are precious and honoured in my sight, and I love you. Isaiah chapter 43 v.4
Some of the Holy Nativity congregation

The congregation, including some of the founder members, extend you a warm welcome to the Church of the Holy Nativity, Chapel House, Newcastle upon Tyne. We hope you enjoy exploring the information in our website and that we may have the opportunity to welcome you to the community's church. If the website does not seem to be completely up to date, please be patient with us: we are volunteers simply doing our best.

Our Church   Our Community   Activities & Events Diary

'CARE ConneXion CAFE' on 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month 1.30pm-2.30pm.

WELCOME to share a light lunch, relaxing activities, conversation, confidential advice. Free.


Families@4 Join us for our All-Age Service every 4th Sunday at 4pm. Relaxed, fun, friendly.


CAFE BEAM @ Chapel House. SMILES for LIFE 'pop-up' cafe every Friday from 9.00-2.00


'SPACE to BE...Me..' A New Course. Tuesday evenings in September 7.00-8.30. Learning about difficulties people may live with such as dementia, autism, prison, gender issues...


NEWCASTLE CHAIN OF PEACE: is a link between many faith communities across the city committed to promoting peace within their local neighbourhoods.


For details about groups and events see 'Activities' or 'Events Diary'


CHRISTENINGS in the Church of England are free (see Activities) - or contact the vicar for information


For more details about Christenings in the Church of England see

for information about Funerals in the Church of England see


Lottery Funded

Looking for a venue? For Parish Centre information and bookings contact the church office 0191 2290401


Some Activities in the Centre: Zumba; Parent & Toddlers; Baby Massage; Yoga; Star Stitchers; Baby Yoga; Weight Watchers,

Support the Project  More about 'Outside In'

In coversation

Welcome to Ordinary Time…


This is the long 'green season' and it doesn't mean commonplace or average. It comes from "ordinal", which simply means "counted time". Ordinary time occurs at two times in the year: the two or three weeks in February between Epiphany and Lent, and the long period after Pentecost until the Kingdom Season in November. The long period of Ordinary Time is used to focus on God's work in the world and in our lives.

More about Ordinary Time  More seasons

Children making treasures

Fun things to do for all the family with many church linked activities.

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Holy Nativity

The life and times of our parish church. Plus, find out where we are...

Great North Run

We always welcome any support with help around the church or at events...

The Donnadio. God creates Adam; An image from the Sistine Chapel
Contact Us

Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any queries or require assistance.

The Church of England in the Diocese of Newcastle
  • We will…
  • Offer a warm welcome to those who join us to worship God
  • Share the good news of the gospel with those around us
  • Build up our christian fellowship together
  • Seek ways of joyfully serving the community
  • Support the work of the church at home and abroad
  • Supporting our community…
  • We offer space on the website to local businesses we support and who themselves support the church and local community.
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