Welcome to the Parishes of

St. John Lee, and Warden with Newbrough

in the Diocese of Newcastle


Our Pattern of Worship

    Sunday services in our two parishes are at 8.30am Said Holy Communion, and 10.00am Sung Eucharist.

    We alternate Sunday by Sunday between the parishes and between the churches in the parishes.

    1st Sunday of the month 8.30am St. John Lee and 10.00am Newbrough

    2nd Sunday of the month 8.30am Warden and 10.00am St. John Lee

    3rd Sunday of the month 8.30am St. John Lee and 10.00am Warden

    4th Sunday of the month 8.30am Newbrough and 10.00am Newbrough

    If there is a fifth Sunday in the month we alternate the early and main services between St. John Lee and Fourstones.

    On the 3rd Sunday of the month between Easter and Christmas there is a service of Holy Communion at Stagshaw.

    Services at Warden are always BCP at the other churches they are Common Worship unless otherwise stated.


      Weekday services

      • 10 am on Wednesday Said Holy Communion followed by coffee at St John Lee.
      • Morning  is said at 9 am Mon – Sat at St. John Lee and at 4.30 pm Mon – Fri at St Aidan Fourstones


      Services for Feasts and Festivals

      Details of services for the major festivals will be notified on the main service list. For lesser festivals and other red letter days these will also be notified on the main service list.

      Please see our other pages for information about getting married in our churches and arranging Christenings. Please also see our link page where you will find a link to the Northumberland County Archives where information relating to burials, marriages and baptisms that have taken place in our churches since about 1690 are stored. Registers going back to about 1980 are kept in church.

      St. John Lee

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      St. Peter's

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      St. Michaels and All Angels

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      St. Aidan's

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      I am Rev'd Jeremy Thompson - Rector of St. John Lee and Vicar of Warden and Newbrough.