A warm welcome awaits visitors. Our vision is to be a source of inspiration and compassion for the community.
St Aidan’s is an Anglican church, situated in Brunton Park, Gosforth. We affirm that the Church’s mission, in obedience with Holy Scripture is to proclaim the unfailing love of God in every generation.
We believe this to be Good News for all people. We hope to be a lively, inclusive and outward looking church serving the community. Worship is a mixture of the traditional and informal with activities for children. Sermons explore the meaning of the Gospel for today. We are particularly concerned to use the church building for the good of the community.
Verse of the Day
The DCC have given careful and prayerful consideration in deciding whether to re-open for public worship.
A clear majority supported reopening for worship.
Everyone recognises that we are at a critical point in the pandemic.
It is important to emphasise that we must continue to be very careful.
Thank you for your patience and please help us all to stay safe!
Saint Aidan’s will re-open
for public worship
On Sunday 28th February
We must continue to maintain COVID secure conditions.
Wear a mask covering nose and mouth
Sanitize hands on entering the church
Stay 2m distance or more from other households.
Please do not chat/mingle before or after the service.
We will continue to review our position as guidance evolves.
Please see covid page for more details
Readings for Second
Sunday of Lent-
Genesis 17.1-7 15-16;
Gospel Mark 8 31-end.
St. Columba’s Church
is running a lent Course via Zoom
based on this version of the Beatitudes.
There is a choice of different days
visit their Web Site to see details
the Link to St. Columba’s
is at the bottom of this web page
St Aidan’s is Still open for Private Prayer
Wedneday and Saturday morning between 10.00 and 12.00
Important – for everyone’s safety – Please read the information on the Covid-19 page link
In acordance with –
Government Guideline masks will be worn.
What’s Going On
Coffee and Chat
on Sunday mornings
We will meet via Zoom at 11.15am
(giving any church goers time to get home
and put the kettle on).
The Zoom code is 824 2914 4104 password – T9gcrO
or follow the link in the news letter
Food for Thought
Friday at 5.00pm
via Zoom link in News letter –
or join with code – 499 784 569
password – 090 566
If you are curious and would like to know
more about “Food for Thought”
follow the link to see video
The Bible Study group resumes by Zoom –
Monday evening, 11 January,
with a short series:-
Reading the Bible Wisely.
Anyone welcome to join –
contact Ken Newitt (firstname.lastname@example.org)
for Zoom details.
During Lent we will conclude our study of Mark’s gospel .
Contact the Parish
on 0191 236 7962