ST NICHOLAS CATHEDRAL
42/44 Mosley Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE1 1DF Directions
Holy Communion, Committees, Memberships, Sunday Classes, Choir, Festivals, Worship, Baptism, Meditation Meeting, Preparatory and Divine Prayer, Bible Teaching, Music, Learning, Wedding, Mass, Catechism & Meetings
The Cathedral of St Nicholas is the seat of the Bishop of Newcastle as the diocese's "Mother Church". They exist throughout the diocese to serve the work of the Bishop and teaching and pastoral ministry. The Cathedral is features 14th Century, with a striking 15th Century Lantern Tower. The building focuses on great diocesan events and public services, as well as a place of peaceful serenity set in a lively city's company. Features include a fine alabaster reredos, hand-carved misericords, the 17th Century Hall and Maddison Memorials, and the Collingwood Monument dedicated to Admiral Lord Collingwood.
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ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL
Clayton Street West, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE1 5HH Directions
Reconciliation, Baptism, Confession, Holy Communion, Sunday Classes, Cafe, Baptisms and Weddings, Music, Preparatory Prayer, Choir, Mass Times, Worship, Catechism & Wedding
'St Mary's Cathedral' is the mother church of the Catholic Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle. It is one of the greatest of all Victorian architects, Augustus Welby Pugin, famous for his design of the interior of the Houses of Parliament at Westminster. The cathedral is open daily, free entry and non-commercial photography are permitted. Free parking is available for visitors.
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CHURCH OF SAINT THOMAS THE MARTYR
The Haymarket, Next to the Civic Centre, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE1 7PF Directions
Communion, Dance, Baptism, Bible Teaching, Wedding, Divine Prayer, Past Exhibitions, Mass, Catechism, Festivals, Sunday Classes, Meetings, Holy, Choir & Worship
'Church of Saint Thomas The Martyr' is one of the most interesting churches in Newcastle. The building was designed by the famous architect John Dobson in 1836. The architecture of the church has been changed several times over the past 170 years and efforts are being made to restore the foundation. The Church works together to meet the needs of the individual, community, and collective body, mind, and soul. They encouraging dialogues between different approaches.