We're located on Pilgrim Street, NE1 2ES, in the centre of Newcastle and we warmly invite you to join us each Sunday for worship at 10:30am and 5:00pm.
At All Saints you'll find a living expression of the body of Christ in the evangelical and reformed tradition. As human beings, we have been created to glorify and enjoy our God. This is why worship - particularly on Sunday (the Lord's Day) - is our highest joy and delight! We also prioritise fellowship, sharing our lives together and discipleship, helping each other grow in our relationship with God through Jesus Christ by the Holy Spirit. You can find out more about what we believe and our priorities here.
We are Presbyterians which simply means that we are governed by groups of church leaders (elders), locally and regionally, rather than a hierarchy of individuals.
This is the form of church government that has been traditional in Scotland since the reformation. We are a member congregation of The Evangelical Presbyterian Church in England and Wales.
What to Expect
Visitors can expect a simple worship service where God’s Word is central and you can enjoy the warmth of Christian fellowship. We sing psalms and hymns from books accompanied by piano, read the Bible, hear a sermon, and pray. Once a fortnight we celebrate the Lord’s Supper. The service is about 75 minutes in length and tea, coffee and biscuits are served after the morning service.
Children are welcome in all our services, regardless of noise! If you would like to take your child out at any point there is a live audio-visual feed of the service in the adjacent room.
We currently have limited parking at the front of the church, available for visitors, young families and those who require accessible entry. If you require step-free entrance, one of the greeters will be more than happy to show you to the accessible door. Additional parking can be found in the Quayside Multistorey or one of the other nearby public carparks.