Cathedral Church of St Mary

Newcastle upon Tyne

 

 

 

BLACKFRIARS PARTNERSHIP - PURSUIT 20/20
Our Blackfriars Partnership invite young adults 25 to 45 to think about Pursuit 20/20, a new development programme aimed at providing experience-based training on how to be a disciple in the modern generation. The training will start in September and will (provisionally) be delivered through monthly meetings that will include a meal. The areas of study will include encountering God, self-awareness, learning about one's own gifts and how to live a life inspired by Scripture.
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BLACKFRIARS PARTNERSHIP LETTER 
A letter from Fr Shaun O’Neill , Dean of the Blackfriars Partnership was read at all Masses on Sunday 13th May. Read Letter

 

BLACKFRIARS PARTNERSHIP - A MESSAGE FROM NIGEL LIGHTFOOT - Partnership Development Group Representative

ON Sunday 13th May we heard the Letter from Blackfriars Partnership and we had an excellent response for our request for young adults 25ish to 45ish to think about Pursuit 20/20, a new development programme for young adults aimed at providing experience-based training on how to be a disciple in the modern generation. The training will start in September and will (provisionally) be delivered through monthly meetings that will include a meal. The areas of study will include encountering God, self-awareness, learning about one's own gifts and how to live a life inspired by Scripture. Our taster event will be on the 16 June at St Hilda's West Road, Newcastle 11am to 1pm. If you wish to join in please contact Amy Cameron on amy.cameron@rcdhn.org.uk or 01912433316.

Cathedral representative Nigel Lightfoot

If you would like to contact Nigel regarding any aspects of the partnership please email : nigel.lightfoot@mac.com

Our partnership is known as “Blackfriars” because the Dominican Friary was established in the City Centre in 1239.

Our Partnership dean is Fr Shaun O’Neill and our Parish representative on the Partnership Development Group is Nigel Lightfoot.