Why not join our adventure? We would love you to consider becoming our Team Rector! We are one of the five churches in this team, and keen to explore fresh ways of engaging and sharing the faith that we have discovered. We need an experienced, collaborative and energetic leader to help us release our potential! The adventure starts here! https://www.newcastle.anglican.org/vacancies/team-rector-christ-king-team-ministry/
For an informal conversation or further details contact:
The Rev’d Canon Rachel Wood, Acting Archdeacon of Northumberland
Tel: 07469 950198
Application forms must be returned by Friday 26th February at 5.00pm
Parish visits and interviews will be held on a date to be arranged.
Enhanced DBS Disclosure required
Lent discussions 2021
This year on Zoom!
You are warmly invited to join in the Lent discussions that are taking place across the Parish of Christ the King this year.
Sessions will focus on The Beatitudes as a tool for thinking about all that we have been travelling through, and the Christian vision for the world going forward.
There will be two, possibly three, different groups on Zoom this year. All are welcome to participate. Times tbc
We can’t have our ecumenical Lent Lunches this year…
Perhaps you could have a soup bread and cheese lunch each Wednesday, and make a donation to Christian Aid – either directly or through our website?
(Link at the bottom of the home page – please note that the donation is for Christian Aid)
Coronavirus – Prayer wherever we are
Some of us at St Columba’s have agreed to pray together (wherever we are… on the bus, at work or at home) at 12:00 midday (or if that is not possible at 6:00 pm) for the current situation that we face together.
Remember that there will be people praying at the same time with the same purpose. Thank you if you can join us.
Jesus, people came to you when they were in trouble or in pain.
Friends carried them, strangers told you about them, some met you walking along the road…
In this time of uncertainty hear us now as we bring to you those who are sick across the world. Sustain and support those involved in care and research.
Guide all who make decisions about health and wellbeing in this community and beyond.
Be with the anxious – remind us not to be afraid, but to trust in you, knowing that nothing can separate us from your love. Amen
You may also wish to pray the Lord’s prayer…