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What to Expect

The People

At Cornerstone we are just an ordinary bunch of people in various stages of faith and walks in life. There is no specific dress code.

The Service

We meet on the first floor of Bamburgh House. Generally, we start our Sunday meetings with a mix of songs both old and new, accompanied by a band of musicians. We generally teach through books of the bible and talk a lot about Jesus and what he has done for us. 

The Kids

Children are such a valuable part of Cornerstone Church Newcastle; we love having families as part of our community. We have facilities for your children no matter what their age. Ensuring the safety and wellbeing of the kids within Cornerstone Church is amongst our highest priorities. All those that serve in this area have a DBS check and have undergone annual child protection training.

    • Babies to walking   
      We have a parents' room where parents can look after their babies up to walking age, whilst listening to the sermon via a live audio feed. This room is stocked with tea and coffee for parents and toys for the little ones!

    • Walking to 9 year olds
      We have a team of trained kids work volunteers to look after children throughout the service. Each week the children follow an engaging, gospel centred programme. They are encouraged to have fun and be creative all whilst learning more of who Jesus is. Just sign them in at the “Check in” area and collect them at 12pm, the kids team will do the rest! 

    • 10 to 13 year olds

      3 Sundays a month we hold a Youth Bible study from 11am -12am. This is for ages 10 and up. We encourage our young people to take part in the corporate worship and then separate off for our own discussion time and activities. This is led by our Youth Leaders. Our weeks are the 1st 2nd and 3rd Sunday of every month.

when & where

Address and venue

We meet on the first floor of Bamburgh House. It is on the corner of Market Street and John Dobson Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 6BH

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Meeting Time

Sundays, 10:30 – 12:00. Most people stick around for a bit after to grab a free coffee or tea. If it's your first time, we have some of Newcastle’s finest baristas who would love to make you a latte or cappuccino.


We have a few visitors parking permits that allow you to park around the building for free on a Sunday but be sure to get here early to get one. Alternatively, there is a council multi-story parking at the Premier Inn in Oxford Street (pay by phone) or in Durant Street. Both are only a two minute walk from where we meet.