Contact Details:

Springwell Road 

Springwell Village 


Tyne & Wear 

NE9 7RY 


Church Windows

Whoever you are or wherever you may be - 
a big welcome to the

"w.w.w. home" of -  



Our Christian Church family is made up of people from all walks of life who are drawn together by a common faith.

Please feel free to find out more about us on this site

 and if you live or are visiting the North-East of England (near the Angel of the North or Bowes Museum), we will be delighted to see you at any of our Church Services or events.


Church Services

 26 June at  3.00 pm - Rev Matt Sheard
   3 July  at 10.30 am - Keith Wood
10    "     at   3.00 pm - Margaret Foxall
17    "     at  10.30 am - Rev Paul Worsnop
24    "     at   
6.00 pm - Circuit Service at St Marks re closure
31    "     at  10.30 am - Local Arrangement 

Bede Circuit Zoom:

Morning Prayers: Every Wednesday at 10 am.

Please contact contact Sue at the Bede Circuit office for log in details. 

              Church News and Events

Church Lunch: Next 2 course lunch with tea/coffee for seniors is on Wednesday,  6 July at 12.30 pm. Everyone welcome.

Fellowship and Bible Study: Meetings continue every Tuesday 10.30 am until 11.45 am in the social room. The group is currently studying and discussing the letters of Peter in the New Testament.
21 June - Judah - Contend for the Faith

Please check with any church steward for details of future meetings
All Welcome.

Prayer and Quiet Time: Meetings are taking a break.

Saturday, 24 June 2pm to 4 pm: As part of the  40's Weekend celebrations in the Village, there will be a Tea/Coffee & Cake (for £3 each) in the chapel hall. Music is to be provided by Washington Musical Society with Mr Chris Briggs. Come and enjoy a good sing-a-long.

Craft and Chatter: This social group is meeting every Thursday from 10 am until 12 noon in the Social Area. 
Everyone is very welcome - old or young, church member or not, faith or no faith - whether you are an experienced crafter or a complete beginner. Pass on your skills or learn new ones, Knit/crochet/sew items for charity - or maybe bring along your own project. Enjoy a cuppa and chat while you work. 

Pastoral Needs: Please contact Rev Matt (phone 4312572) or your appointed Pastoral Visitor.

Open Door: Copies of our June 2022 newsletter have been sent out where an email address is known. Please leave your details here if you wish to receive the newsletter by email into your personal inbox. 
It can also be read online by clicking here.

Please note there will be no issue of Open Door in July due to annual holidays. 

Items for inclusion in future issues of Open Door are always welcome - please use the Contact page here.

Washington Community Food Project (WCFP) -  Anyone  out of work, working less hours or for ANY reason find themselves in difficulty or crisis, is urged to contact WCFP who can support and help both individuals and families (in many ways without referral).

The Food Bank is based in unit 0 upstairs in The Galleries where they are open for referrals and donations, etc Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 12 noon - 3pm. Regular donation points remain at Sainsbury's and Sainsbury's Teal Farm. Please note the collection trolley at Asda is no longer for this Food Bank but now collects for the Trussell Trust, Sulgrave. 

For Springwell Village, there is a collection box in our Church main hall with regular deliveries to WCFP. Donations always gratefully received.

Donations can also be dropped off at any of their many drop offs - see above and their Facebook page. 

Examples of items always needed are:-

Dried potato (Smash), UHT Milk, tins of vegetables and rice pudding. They always welcome tinned ham/corned beef/mince, dried spaghetti, cereals and pasta sauces plus the staples - tea and instant coffee. They would also appreciate donations of baby food, wipes and nappies. They also accept pet food.

Supplies of toiletries and sanitary products are always appreciated. 

As demand is increasing more than ever in these difficult times,  it is vital that donations continue. They are very much appreciated by those people who find themselves in desperate circumstances.  

People needing help, can ask the Job Centre, their landlord, such as Gentoo, their health or social worker, some churches etc, who can make about a referral if they are in need.

The Food Bank doesn't deal with any self referrals or people who turn up on spec without going to a referral agency first."

More details including the opening times are on the website: also up to date news etc on Facebook:-