Coutts Road 50

The church has been in Coutts Road for 50 years.  It moved from Willington Quay in November 1968 when its previous premises needed to be demolished to build the Tyne Tunnel. The church has continued the preaching of the gospel and endeavours to show the love of Christ, continuing work in Walkergate which others had … More Coutts Road 50

John Mills & Sons premises are now added to the Walkergate model

According to the John Mill’s website the company was established in 1828 and now make valves that are used round the world.  Making the model has helped us appreciate the interesting detail on the building.  We have modelled it as we think it may have looked about 100 years ago.  Come and see the model at … More John Mills & Sons premises are now added to the Walkergate model

Forget-me-not

How do you remember your password? When God looks into your heart and sees that you trust in Jesus, your sins are forgiven. God then writes your name in his records. No password needed. No need to go anywhere or sign anything. It happens in your heart. This is the theme of our latest leaflet.

Garden Open

Bright sun is forecast for Saturday afternoon, 1 July when we hope to have the church garden open and serving afternoon teas with strawberries and cream.  3-5pm.  We hope you can come.  Any donations will be for Faith Welfare Trust – supporting disadvantaged children in India

Advice for Politicians – and anyone else who wants to change the world

Our latest leaflet speaks of the need for love and without love in all we do we are nothing and can gain nothing, according to the advice given in 1 Corinthians 13. “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. 5It does not dishonor others, … More Advice for Politicians – and anyone else who wants to change the world

Cranes on the Tyne

The church meets near these magnificent cranes and structures on the Tyne which point to the way the former shipyards and skilled workforce in the area are now focused on the off shore and renewable energy industries.   We are reminded of the power of the sea and the forces of gravity that these cranes … More Cranes on the Tyne