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Newcastle Musical Theatre Company
THE CHRISTMAS JAZZ
By Herbert Chappell
Wed 20th December 2017 – 7pm Admission £1 – Exit £2 (minimum!)
Saturday 30th September: 3.00pm – 8.00pm
Sunday 1st October: 12.30pm – 6.00pm
The first in a series of pop up shows of some of John’s latest work from the past two years. He will be attending both days, to be on hand to discuss the pictures with any interested visitors, and there will be refreshments.
For lovers of his work, this really is a not-to-be missed exhibition. All visitors are extremely welcome, and entry to the exhibition is free!
All welcome – for more information call 01668 219627 or see
SERVICE OF COMMEMORATION A Service of Commemoration, following the conservation of the Colour of the Tyneside Scottish 4th Battalion, of which the church is custodian, will be held in the church on Sunday 15th October at 3pm. This will be a ceremonial service attended by military and civic personnel, including the Lord Mayor.
If you are interested in the Great War then why not join us on
Friday 17th November: for a Concert funded from our Heritage Lottery Grant – ‘The Lads in their Hundreds’: a Commemoration and Reflection on the First World War through Art Song, with David Murray (accompanist).
Our Lottery funded project has helped us to understand the way in which the residents participated in and contributed to the Great War – read more about the research here
A short series of informal courses led by our evangelist Rob Wylie
9th October 11am-12am
16th October 11am-12am
Venue; one of our rooms in the church building.
for more information contact us
We’re pleased to be hosting Yoga!
why not join us on Mondays 9am-10am or 10am-11am
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In summer 1914 south Jesmond was swept up by the horror that was to be known as the Great War. This was deemed to be the worst ever, until it was succeeded by a worse war in 1939, and so it is now often called the First World War. The Presbyterian Church in this suburb on the north fringe of Newcastle upon Tyne was to be at the centre of the action because of its links to the 4th Battalion Tyneside Scottish, the nearby First Northern General Hospital, where injured servicemen were repatriated, and by its own members, 106 of whom served and 26 were not to return. Those who did not serve directly were indirectly involved through nursing, the provision of ‘comforts’ for the troops, by visiting the injured and by providing support and entertainment for those billeted in the church hall. This is the story of these people or, at least, the best effort that we can make to tell those living a century later what happened. I hope that you find it informative, and please remember that we are always seeking new information, contacts and corrections. I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
The full story can be read here JURC WW1_250117
Our church is one of only five projects to be shortlisted for the 2016 President’s Award of the Ecclesiastical Architects and Surveyors Association and the National Churches Trust (in the category of ‘reordering/alteration and extension projects)’.
Architect Vincent Stienlet, Rev. Ruth Crofton (Chair of the Development Committee) and Dr Alison Shiel (Church Secretary) will attend the awards ceremony in London on November 3rd, at which the Duke of Gloucester will present awards. This is a great honour for Vincente, Project Manager Graham Hatt, all involved in the project and the whole church community, and it matches the pleasure we experience in seeing how people enjoy using the refurbished buildings.
The church is custodian of the Colour of the Tyneside Scottish (4th Battalion), whose officers and men suffered greatly during the Battle of the Somme. A number of church families lost their sons in the conflict. The Colour is at present awaiting conservation, before being returned to the church. We are delighted to tell you that we have been awarded a grant of £9000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund, for restoration of the Colour, and to fund a related programme of events over the next two years.
Please help us with this wonderful project, more details about how to get involved or to make a donation are available here
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