The Friends of St George's

The Friends of the Parish Church of Saint George, Cullercoats is a Registered Charity with the stated object "to beautify and assist in the maintenance of the parish church of Saint George, Cullercoats in the Diocese of Newcastle and to preserve St. George’s as an outstanding Grade 1 listed building by the renowned architect John Loughborough Pearson dedicated in 1884".

What we do

The aim of the Friends is to support St George's by raising funds through events and donations, which are used to support the upkeep of the church building and its associated facilities. And we also have great fun at the same time!

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Become a member of the Friends

If you believe that the presence of St George’s is of importance and value to the local or wider community, why not become a Friend? As well as helping to support St George's and its fabric, you can take advantage of a range of cultural and social events.

Find out more about becoming a Friend

About St George's

St. George's Church Cullercoats is a historic and picturesque church in Cullercoats, North East England. It boasts beautiful architecture, stained glass windows, and a welcoming community.

Learn about St George's Church

Upcoming Events

We organise a variety of social and cultural fund-raising events most of which are open to the public. The profit from these, together with the subscription and donations, will be used to support a variety of projects that benefit St George’s.

You can see the full list on the Events page.

We are also looking forward to welcoming the Royal Northern Sinfonia back to St George's, as well as a variety of talks arranged in conjuction with Cullercoats Local History Society.

Latest news

Fr Adrian Hughes is retiring

We would also inform you that our President, Fr Adrian Hughes is retiring, with his last service at St George’s being on 30th June 2024.

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St George’s Day celebration

We shall celebrate St George’s Day at 7.30pm on Tuesday 23rd April 2024.

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Membership renewals 2024

We normally ask you to renew your membership around St George’s Day and the time has come again for us to ask for your continued support. Indeed, many of our…

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