Sundays 10:15 – 11:15 am Holy Communion
St. Cuthbert’s Church, Blaydon is open for worship. The service will be modified in line with COVID-19 safeguarding arrangements. We will share in the bread only.
If you are unable to attend in person you can find the latest online service from the Church of England here.
Enjoy midweek refreshments
at St Cuthbert’s
Welcome back to Lite Bite every Thursday 11.15am-12.45pm.
COMMUNITY GARDEN PROJECT – ST. CUTHBERT’S CHURCH, BLAYDON
Our Community Memorial Garden is now open! We hope you enjoy it and find a bit of peace by the bus station! If you would like to help with the ongoing maintenance of the garden please contact Rev Lorna on email@example.com or 07709612536 or 0191 4145300.
If we can help you in terms of prayers or other support such as a telephone call or a visit, please let us know and we will help as we can.
To plan a Baptism or Wedding please Contact us.
St Cuthbert’s Church, Blaydon
A warm welcome to our website.
The Anglican church of St. Cuthbert serves the community of Blaydon. We’re here to help people find God and grow in their relationship with him.
In addition to our regular Sunday worship we have a range of small groups and, on the last Saturday of each month, run Messy Church for children and their parents.
The Church offers refreshment and delicious home made cakes at the midweek ‘Litebite’. Do come along, regardless of whether or not you are a regular churchgoer. The congregation will give any newcomer or visitor the warmest of welcome.
The Community Hall in Blaydon is a venue for a variety of social activities. For young people the Air Training Corps, and for adults, yoga, zumba, pilates, sequence dancing and carpet bowls, all offer a healthy and enjoyable meeting place. The hall is available to hire for individual events or on a permanent basis at other times, with a capacity of up to 75 people.
St. Cuthbert is a Grade II listed church in Blaydon, Tyne and Wear.
The church was built in 1845 for the Church of England. It was designed by George Pickering, and is made of local sandstone. The nave and porch were erected in 1844, the north aisle, chancel and tower added later.
The church seats approximately 350 people. Inside there is a large traditional worship space with a central aisle. This is a great setting for a wedding and for baptisms. Some of the pews at the back of the building have been removed to create a flexible space for less formal activities.
Community lunches and Pie’n Pea suppers are held here, and after the morning service excellent filter coffee, tea and cake is served. There is a children’s area at one end, where our younger church members enjoy play and craft, and where younger visitors are welcome at any time during or after a service.
The church also has a meeting room beyond the vestry, which can be accessed from church or separately.. The room is also used by outside groups, including Alcoholics Anonymous.
Do get in touch if you have any questions or would like further information, either via our ‘Contact’ page or by telephone.
As a parish we are are committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults. We follow the House of Bishops guidance and policies and have our own Parish Safeguarding Officer(s), PSOs. The Diocese of Durham’s safeguarding pages contain vital links and information including contacts for the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor (DSA) who advise our PSOs. If you are concerned that a child or adult has been harmed or may be at risk of harm please contact the DSA. If you have immediate concerns about the safety of someone, please contact the police and your local authority Children or Adults Services. A copy of the Parish Safeguarding Policy is attached . . . . here