The Church of England in Cramlington
From 1st August 2016 the parish is in an interregnum. In the absence of a Team Rector and Team Vicar, the Churchwardens are responsible for the smooth running of the parish, and they are supported by others in the parish.
The leadership team consists of:
Representing St. Nicholas' Church
Rev Sheena Ward
Representing St. Andrew's Church
John & Ruth Brierley
Representing St. Peter's Church
Mike & Tish Hughes
To donate food or offer help please contact Janice and Jim Rynn by email or phone (07718 361460).
Cramlington is situated about 10 miles from Newcastle-upon-Tyne and the Tyne Tunnel, and six to eight miles by road from the north sea coast.
Cramlington is bounded to the west by the A1, with the A19 to the south and the A189 Spine Road to the east. The northern boundary of the town is formed by the A192.
The links below open in a new window and show the locations of the different churches in the town, courtesy of www.streetmap.co.uk.
St. Nicholas Church and the Parish Centre are situated in the old village of Cramlington. The church is a major landmark visible from miles around. Our postcode is NE23 6QQ.
St Andrew's Church meets in the Community Centre on Langdale Drive, Beaconhill. Our postcode is NE23 8EH.
St. Peter's Church meets in the school hall of Northburn Primary School on Horton Drive. Our postcode is NE23 3QS.
The Parish Office is situated adjacent to St. Nicholas Church in the Parish Centre.
The parish has a Safeguarding Policy overseen by the Diocese of Newcastle. The Responsible Officer in the parish is Matthew Drake, who can be contacted on 07511 606599 or by email at email@example.com.
St Nicholas Church keeps only current records. If you wish to search past records relating to the church or graveyard please refer to the Diocesan Archive at Woodhorn Museum, Ashington, NE63 9YF Tel: 01670 528080.
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Prayer and Praise service
The next P&P service is on
Sunday 3rd September.
The next Messy Church is on Saturday 9th September, at 10.30am in St. Nicholas.
A social action group for young people
5.15pm-6pm on Wednesdays
at St. Nicholas' Church