Roman Catholic

Address: 64 Ravensdowne, Berwick-upon-Tweed, TD15 1DQ 

Website for church

www.ourladyandstcuthbert.org

About this church:

Our Lady and St Cuthbert's Church is the Catholic parish church of Berwick-upon-Tweed, in the Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle. The current church building dates from 1829. A Grotto is situated in the gardens to the rear of the building. The Church is usually open every day between 9 am and 5 pm for visits and private prayer. Visitors are welcome. There is limited parking in Ravensdowne, the nearest car park is at The Parade.

Ministry:

Our Parish Priest is Rev. David D Phillips. For Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals, service times and other enquiries please telephone 01289 307297 or email  .

Regular Service times:

Mass times :

Vigil 6.00 pm Saturday,
Sunday 9.30 am

Weekdays :

Monday : 10.00 am
Tuesday : 10.00 am
Wednesday : 10.00 am
Thursday :   6.30 pm
Friday : 10.00 am
Saturday : 10.00 am

Weekday Mass times are occasionally subject to change - please contact us to confirm time.

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament for 30 minutes before Masses except Sunday morning.

Confessions : 9.15 am to 9.55 am Saturday
5.15 pm to 5.50 pm Saturday

Also on request by prior arrangement.

Regular activities:

Refreshments are available after Sunday morning Mass in the Parish Centre, Walkergate.

Coffee morning every Wed 10:00am to 12:00am at the Parish Centre

Apostleship of the Sea (AOS) working in the Port of Berwick 

Children's activities:

St Stephen's Guild for Altar servers

Youth Group 

Other information:

Disabled access to church

Hearing loop system

Registered for marriages 



For Your Diary
Jan 8th - Modern Service
Jan 10th - Hymn Sing-along
Jan 18th - Week of Prayer for Christian Uniity
Jan 22nd - Evening service

 


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