Whitburn Parish Church is open for worship (Holy Communion) on Sunday 11.00am and Wednesday 10.00am. Please see the post about worship arrangements for details.
Please follow the following links for church guidance and prayer support
Archbishops' Letter: https://drive.google.com/open?id=16VFQu_nynuLPWb1QKDOd-RZmoESCr37g
Prayer in Church Guidance: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1j8gIMcY1TnF_8XrddLczvMvBVnfl3CqS
CofE Website COVID-19 Page: http://bit.ly/cofecovid19
Diocesan Website COVID-19 Page: https://durhamdiocese.org/covid-19/
If you are helping someone and you yourself need advice or reassurance, then contact Michael O’Brien on 07714401164.
May God bless your work and may positive outcomes result from your efforts.
With effect from Tuesday 5th May 2020, Vernon Cuthbert took on the role of Priest-in-Charge of Whitburn Parish Church. This is in addition to also being Priest-in-Charge of Cleadon All Saints. Both are part time roles.
We thank Ian Davies for his ministry as our Interim Priest during the vacancy and welcome his being with us as a retired priest.
- A rich life of worship and prayer for our community
- A commitment to helping and serving others
- Making the Christian faith relevant and accessible for the world today
- A ministry is rooted in the care of the vulnerable and disadvantaged
- A strong musical tradition
Whitburn Parish Church exists to honour God by being an open and inclusive church that enables people to question and discover for themselves the significance of Jesus Christ.
The life and ministry of our Church is supported and underpinned by our mission to help others: through offering opportunities for different groups to meet such as our Hot Chocolate club for young people aged 11+, our monthly Men’s Breakfast Club and our rich social calendar which seeks to engage a range of groups from our community and beyond.
You are welcome to explore our website, and if you would like to come and join in any of our activities and services we would love to see you.
At Whitburn Parish Church, which is part of the Diocese of Durham, we seek to offer our community a rich life of worship and prayer, including our regular services, a commitment to helping and serving others within the locality and further afield. We are also keen to develop the work of God further by ‘growing’ newer initiatives that will help children and their families.
A retired priest asked Twitter the question: “Which is more helpful, donating stuff, to be ferried to where it’s needed, or donating cash through charities working in the appropriate area?…Read More