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Sunday 28th February 2021

No services - March

St Martin's will be closed for Sunday morning worship during March, due to the current COVID-19 situation.


Sunday 31st January 2021

No services - February

St Martin's will be closed for Sunday morning worship during February, due to the current COVID-19 situation.


Wednesday 6th January 2021

No services - January

St Martin's will be closed for Sunday morning worship during January, due to the current COVID-19 situation.


Saturday 2nd January 2021

First service of 2021!

The second Sunday of Christmas will take place as usual on 3rd January 9:30am. Despite tier 4 restrictions, we are pleased to be able to continue to worship together. This will be a communion service with music from the choir.


Friday 18th December 2020

No Service Sunday 27th December

There will be no services on Sunday 27th December. Bishop Christine is suggesting that those who can follow the Cathedral Service or an alternative online.


Sunday 29th November 2020

Church Worship Resumes Sunday 6th Dec

St Martin's will be open for Sunday Worship again on Sunday 6th December. The usual social distancing rules will still apply. All are welcome.


Tuesday 10th November 2020

50th Anniversary of the Tea Club

On the 10th November St Martin’s Church Tea Club in Byker will be celebrating its 50 year anniversary. The club was founded in 1970 after Fr Irwin Robson and Vera Bolter from Age Concern identified a need for a fellowship group in the local area.

For half a century the group has welcomed elderly people but also those who have been recently bereaved, have additional needs or are just looking for some friendly faces. More recently there have been many other clubs and activities for elderly people but St Martin’s Tea Club continues to uphold its original purpose to care for those who are isolated within the fold of the church.


Sunday 8th November 2020

New Ordinands from Cramner Hall

We welcome two new ordinands from Cramner Hall.

Rosemary New - training for ordination at Cranmer and Alexander Jones, joining us on placement until Easter.

We welcome them both and wish them every success with their training.