The Parish of St Cuthbert with St Aidan, Durham

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1pm Baptism Robyn Evie Hogg

Re email Pat Rowley to ODaglish 9.10.2019

"Why come to Church?"

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Because in our community there are some great people who would love to meet you.

Because all the standing and sitting between hymns counts as exercise.

Because singing is good for the soul. 

Because the building is historic, beautiful and a sacred space to ponder life's big questions.

Because when we gather together we can make a difference.

Because there is always demand for baptisms, weddings and funerals, we need folks week by week to help make that possible.

Because it’s good to consider  ‘what can I give?’ rather than ‘what can I gain?’

Because you will be introduced to Jesus and that relationship will transform your life.

Because you will be more than welcome.


"Follow the Star-Come as you are" 

 Reverend Fiona

Thank You from Fiona and Neil

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Thank you from Fiona and Neil Collin

Farwell to Team Collin - Rev. Fiona and Neil!

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Some pictures from Fiona's final services with us on Sunday 1st September 2019.
We wish Fiona and Neil all good wishes on the next stage of their journey.

Farewell to Fiona and Neil

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Rev. Fiona Collin leaves for a new role on 1st September

Open Church

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St. Cuthbert's is taking part in the Durham City Open Churches scheme from July to October 2019

Welcome to our Parish!

Our parish has two churches and serves North End, Framwellgate Moor and Pity Me.  We are part of a team that includes Newton Hall, Witton Gilbert and Kimblesworth and our clergy work and pray together. Follow the links on the Menu to see what's happening and for recent news.

Finding St. Cuthbert's

St. Cuthbert's is near the Garden House Pub across from County Hall. There is a layby for parking to the east of the church on Framwellgate Peth (the A691) opposite the entrance to the DLI car park. Parking is also available on North Road at the west end of the church. Parking is free on Sundays and Bank Holidays but charged 8am to 6pm on other days. For SatNav use the post code DH1 4NH.


Finding St. Aidan's

St. Aidan's church is on Front Street Framwellgate Moor behind the parish hall and opposite the working men's club. Free parking is available between the parish hall and the church. There is also free parking available either side of the parish hall, behind the Community Centre and by the children's play area. For Sat Nav use DH1 5BL


Find us on Facebook

Click on the links below to find our two churches on Facebook.

Parish Statistics

This information was collated by the Church Urban Fund