SEE US IN A NEW LIGHT
Our services online
We are delighted to be able to offer some Cathedral worship and a series of reflections and prayers online to help us to worship together at this difficult time.
Come, you who Hunger and Thirst!: Worship for the Eighth Sunday after Trinity goes live on our YouTube Channel at 10am on Sunday 2 August – https://tinyurl.com/NclCathedral
Join us to worship God in words and music, stillness and song, as we reflect on God’s faithfulness in meeting our needs, even in the most challenging of times. The preacher is the Archdeacon of Northumberland, the Venerable Mark Wroe.
Followed by online coffee and conversation, accessed via: tinyurl.com/cathedralcoffee
Hidden Treasures: Worship for the Seventh Sunday after Trinity, Sunday 26 July – available now on YouTube
Join us to worship God in words and music, imagery and tales of wisdom, on the eternal quest for that kingdom of justice, righteousness and peace for which the human spirit longs. The preacher is the Dean of Newcastle.
Choral Evensong, Sunday 26 July – available now on YouTube
Join us for a special service to mark the end of our choirs’ academic year. Music from our archive, and specially recorded remotely, for the occasion includes Noon, Victoria, Mendelssohn and Ebdon, with Preces by our Assistant Director of Music, Kris Thomsett.
Join the Cathedral clergy, and a growing community of “online worshippers” live for Morning Prayer:
Monday to Friday at 8:30am by clicking here.
Join in and listen to our Daily Reflections – topical thoughts and prayers, inspired by the Gospel for the day – by clicking here for the full library or scroll down to view our most recent Daily Reflections:
Just click on the blue links to have a closer look!