Holy Communion

A quiet said service.

Parish Eucharist

Our main service with well-known hymns and a short sermon and activities for children. Refreshments follow the service.

Midweek Services


9.30am Holy Communion
A said service, followed by refreshments.

Virtual services

We are working on making some virtual worship available. Please bear with us..

Here is a link to our first attempt..

A service for Passion Sunday here

A service for Palm Sunday here   – See also a downloadable cartoon to colour on Downloads

A service for Monday of Holy Week 

A service for Tuesday of Holy Week

A service for Wednesday of Holy Week

A service for Maundy Thursday

A meditation for Good Friday – related readings available in Downloads.  Stations of the Cross in a time of ‘lockdown’

Not a service but an activity for children (see also Downloads) Making an Easter Garden – please email us pictures of your efforts! 

The Easter Vigil on Easter Eve link at  or see most of it at

Second Sunday of Easter

Third Sunday of Easter – with Revd Bill Miller 

Fourth Sunday of Easter

Fifth Sunday of Easter (beginning of Christian Aid Week)

Rogation Sunday

and  a Virtual ‘Beating of the Bounds’ with prayer for the whole parish

A service for Ascension Day

During the days between Ascension and Pentecost we will be (hopefully) broadcasting Evening Prayer at 6pm each day on Facebook Live: look at our Facebook Page

Sunday after Ascension

A combined parish service for Pentecost

Trinity Sunday   Why not look also at Downloads page for a Virtual Prayer Walk round our district here!

Celebrating St Columba’s Day!

First after Trinity

Second after Trinity: Whose (new) normal?

Third after Trinity: A cup of water

Fourth after Trinity: Childs play – a yoke that fits! and – on the 72nd birthday of NHS – thanks to Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust chaplaincy team, a poem based on Psalm 121

Fifth after Trinity:A call to hope

 Wednesday Worship for St Swithuns Day 15 July 2020




We mark the seasons and festivals of the church year, enjoying the use of different liturgical colours, music and types of service to mark each appropriately.


Contact St Columba’s Church
Vicar Revd Dr Pauline Pearson
0775 374 4349
or email


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