Welcome to the parish of the Sacred Heart RC Church, North Gosforth
The parish of the Sacred Heart has a reputation for being welcoming and friendly,
with many varied activities for all age groups. This web site provides
information about these activities and the liturgical life of the parish. Read our Parish Profile to get a flavour of who we are, what we do and how we do it.
The church is a Grade II listed building with an interesting and unusual history, having been built originally as an Anglican church. The pre-Raphaelite stained glass windows in the church were designed mainly by Edward Burne-Jones, with contributions from Ford Madox Brown and William Morris and constitute one of the best collections of stained-glass from the William Morris Company in the North of England.
Parish priest: Father Jim Dunne Deacon: John Hawthorne
Saturday, December 16: Mass for the Sick, 11am, followed by lunch in the hall afterwards
Monday, December 18: Candlelit Carol Service,7pm here
Tuesday, December 19: 'Blue Christmas' Service, Blyth, 7pm.
(This is for those who dread the usual Christmas 'festivities', due to bereavement, loneliness, illness
or other personal reasons.)
Wednesday, December 20: St Oswald's School Christmas Production, 7pm
Friday, December 22: St Oswald's term-end Mass, 9am.
On Sunday 24th: usual Vigils:
at 6pm (folk group) and at 8pm (traditional music);
On Monday 25th: Morning Mass at 10am.
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How to find us:
The Sacred Heart church is located in North Newcastle, near to Brunton
Park, Wideopen, Hazelrigg and Newcastle Great Park.
Click on the map below to get directions from where you are.
Arriva Buses 43 and 45 go from the Haymarket in town, or the 43 from Bedlington, Dudley and Cramlington and stop right outside the church grounds.
Sacred Heart Church
Great North Road
Newcastle upon Tyne