The following events, meetings and activities are organised by Churches Together in Hexham or different Churches in Hexham. For more information click on the event you are interested in.
Sun20Jan201911:00 amTrinity Methodist Church, Hexham
Trinity is hosting the ecumenical service at the start of the week of prayer for Christian unity on Sunday 20th January at 11.00am.
The service will be led by Rev. David Goodall and Rev. Stephen Lindridge, chair of the Methodist district, plus representatives from other churches.
Please come and worship with other Christians from the churches around Hexham.
Fri25Jan20197:30 pmThe Gate Church, Prudhoe, NE42 6EX
Over the past few years we have been privileged to see God drawing churches together across the Tyne Valley and growing a movement of prayer and stronger relationships between us
Recently the Gate Church in Prudhoe invited Emma Stark of the Glasgow Prophetic Centre to speak at an open gathering of local Leaders and Christians and to share with us what she feels God is saying and doing both within our nation and the immediate region. Two specific messages were given about the Tyne Valley, a summary is attached. For a complete recording of afternoon and evening meetings and pdf version of the full prophetic word visit:http://thegatechurch.org.uk/downloads
Having prayed and reflected together, we believe that these prophetic words are trustworthy and credible, and that they represent an exciting stimulus to the churches of the Tyne Valley to move us to pray and act in response.
We would like to invite you and those in your congregation who share this desire to see God at work more powerfully among us, to join us for an evening of prayer on Friday 25th January at 7.30pm, at the Gate Church, Prudhoe. see attachment. The evening will involve further opportunity to reflect upon what each of us feels God is saying about what he is doing and plans to do among us, and praying and acting in response.
We believe that as we worship, pray and share our faith together, we will see God increasingly working in power among us and the spiritual climate in this beautiful valley changing. Please display the attached poster and join us for a great evening.
Wed28Aug2019Wed18Dec20196-45 to 9-30 pmHoly Spirit Church Crawcrook, NE40 4NB
Are you struggling with an addiction or any other compulsive behaviour?
Do you want to be set free from this?
The Recovery Course may be for you.
This is a free weekly course held for 16 weeks.
Based on the Anonymous Groups' 12 step programme, from a Christian perspective.
Refreshments and an occasional meal provided.
To register or to find out more
Tel: 07865 483051 or
For further information visit:
Thu12Sep2019Thu14Nov20197 - 8.30 pmSt Mary's Centre, St Mary's RC Church, Hexham
We know that the world is in danger because of climate change.
Pope Francis called us to account in his 2015 encyclical ‘Laudato si’. In it he links concern for the earth and concern for the poor and most vulnerable people of the world. You are invited to join a study of Laudato si’.
This free programme will run for 10 Thursday evenings from 12th September, 7pm-8:30pm.
For more information contact the Justice and Peace Group (email@example.com or 07895 434 344). Everyone is welcome.
Copies of Laudato si may be ordered from the Parish Office or downloaded free from the
Sat14Sep20192.00 - 4.00 p.m.Hexham Community Church
A day of prayer for Northumberland!
Many groups, individuals and churches will be involved in praying for Northumberland across the county. Some people will be praying with others in their home and a group will be meeting in Hexham.
Please join us if you can.
Fri20Sep20197 to 9.30 pmQueen Elizabeth High School - Main Hall
An interesting, varied and inspiring combination of short films,
with opportunity for questions and light refreshments
chaired by David W Golding CBE PhD DSc DCL
Associate , Institute for Sustainability and Honorary Chaplain, Newcastle University
Wise words from two Christians, both of whom were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize:
"I urge you all to work together to find sustainable solutions to avert a catastrophe that will exacerbate human suffering to a magnitude that perhaps the world has not yet seen." (Archbishop Desmond Tutu)
“Not too long from now, I want our children to look back on this time, and ask: ‘How did you find the moral courage to successfully address a crisis that so many said was impossible?’” (Al Gore)
Fri04Oct20197:30 pmHexham Community ChurchA fun evening to raise funds for Bible Society.Tickets cost £5 and include refreshments.Pay on the door or ring Sandra on (01434) 673845.Why not bring a team from your church?
Sat09Nov20197.30 - 9.00 pmHexham Mart
Peter Jorysz - Stocksfield Baptist Church
Doors open at 7.00pm
Sat16Nov20197:00 pmHexham Community Church
Tear Fund have a national Quiz on Saturday 16th November. Hexham Community Church is taking part as a venue, and would like to invite you along.
Hexham Community Church – upstairs – fully accessible by lift
7.00 pm Entry £5.00 Refreshments available
Come as a team, or join a team when you arrive.
Sat07Dec20197.30 - 9.30 pmTrinity Methodist Church, Hexham
Unwrapping the good news of a messy Christmas through rhyming words, harmonic voices, melodic music, and fective fun.
Join poet Dai Woolridge and voccal harmony trio 'SOW Acapella' as they celebrate the one born in the mess, for our mess.
Book online at www.biblesociety.org.uk/christmastour
or phone 01793 418100
or call in at Trinity Methodist Church Office
Sat14Dec20193:00 pmBandstand, Hexham Park
Come and hear the Christmas Story sung in Carols