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

You shall not misuse the name of the LORD your God, for the LORD will not hold anyone guiltless who misuses his name.


Corinthians: 12. 4-11

Gospel – Mark: 10. 46-52

Sunday 17th October
Sight Loss Sunday

News Letter October 17th

9.30am  Communion service
in church and 
live streamed

Link to morning service October 17th

4:30pm  St Luke’s day –
Service of Healing and Wholeness.
(see below for more information)

Everyone is welcome –

You can come for prayer and anointing

or for a time of peace and quiet

with music and reflection.


Sanitize hands as you enter
Please wear a mask covering nose and mouth, as you find your seat in church, once seated you may remove your mask if you wish to.
But MASKS MUST be worn during the singing of the hymns
Keep at least 1 metre from other house holds

From October 13th 10.00am

Wedneday Midweek Eucharist
will be resuming.

Everyone is welcome.

There will be Coffee/Tea and biscuits afterwards
in church.


If you would like to make a donation to St Aidan’s,
you can do so using
the following link:

Donation web page


Sept. 8th St. Aidan’s welcomed
Rev’d Gerard Rundell

Gerard is Team Rector and Priest in charge at St. Aidan’s

What’s Going On


For more information contact Ken Newitt


Zoom joining details

Link to Bible Studysessions

Meeting ID: 897 5288 3240  Passcode: StABSG

The Bible Study Group  – is back
Monday evening – 7.30 via by Zoom

– Mark Newitt, Hospital Chaplain, Sheffield
(Life and Death)
18th – David Peel, former project leader Cedarwood Trust, Meadow Well, North Sheilds
(Wealth and Poverty)
25th – Izzy McDonald-Booth, Diocesan Lead on Living in Love and Faith
(Sex, Marriage and Relationships)
1st Miranda Threlfall-Hall, team Rector; St.Luke’s- Liverpool
(Gender and Race (In)Equality)
Wednesday 10th   Chris Hughes, Parish Priest, St. Cuthbert’s  and St. Joseph’s, North Sheilds member of RC Diocesan  Justice and Peace co-ordinating council  (War and  Peace/Violence and Justice)

Anyone welcome to join 

Food for Thought
next session
5.00pm Friday September 3rd

Hope to see you then via Zoom

Meeting ID: 494 352 6982
Passcode: GJm1mc


If you are curious and would like to know
more about  “Food for  Thought”
follow the link to see video 

Link to Video

 Coffee and Chat

Summer Break –

will return in the Autumn

News and Views

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Contact the Parish
Janice Charlton
on 0191 236 7962
or email


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