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Ten ideas for the Keeping of Lent by Stephen Cherry

2018 Annual Parochial Church Meeting 7pm Monday 23rd April Community Room St. Cuthbert’s

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This will be for the election of churchwardens and members of the Parochial Church Council, to elect representative to the Deanery Synod, and to receive reports for 2017. It is also an opportunity for any member of the congregation to raise any question about our life and work together,
You can download the APCM Report by clicking on the link below.

Come & Praise at St Cuthbert's this Sunday at 11am

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On this Sunday know as Candlemas, we gather all ages together to look back and  look forwards, as we hear about the faithful example of "Old Simeon & Anna"

Songs of Praise

Join us for "Songs of Praise at ST AIDAN'S CHURCH  . Sunday 26th at 4pm followed by refreshments . (Note this service will be held at St Aidan's NOT St Cuthbert's as  the weekly sheet indicates.)

Celebrating St Cuthbert

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St Cuthbert’s and St Aidan’s are holding a joint service next Sunday the 24th of March . Come and join us as we celebrate St Cuthbert all together 10am @ St Cuthbert’s Church.

Open Church

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

Farewell to Fiona and Neil

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

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.

Thank You from Fiona and Neil

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Thank you from Fiona and Neil Collin

"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

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