USING ST. ANDREW'S



ST. ANDREW'S BUILDING AND ACCOMMODATION
St. Andrew's, Kenton, Newcastle-upon-Tyne is a 'modern' red-brick building built in the 1950's and maintained to a high standard.

As part of the church's commitment to be part of, and to serve, the local Kenton community, the building is available to individuals and groups who wish to have somewhere to meet.

Current users of the building are shown on our 'Services & Meetings' page. However, not all those shown meet every week all the year round - so please ask.

Responsible individuals, groups and organisations may use the church itself, the hall and the various rooms. Users are expected to treat the premises with respect and to return any rooms used to the condition in which they were found.

The building has been used for religious meetings, refreshments after christenings, weddings and funerals as well as by political and campaign groups (e.g. leafleting for local and general elections).
Rooms are available for birthday parties for children and for those celebrating special events - anniversaries etc. Folding tables of various sizes and comfortable chairs are available.
All rooms may be accessed from doors at either side of the main church building.

The pictures on this page will give you some idea the various spaces.

The fees chargeable are very modest but must, of course, cover heating and lighting as well as providing a small source of income for the maintenance of the whole church.

Please contact any of the following to arrange a visit and to discuss your needs.

The Minister, Revd. James Breslin 0191 284 2228
or Answerphone 0191 284 8031
or Email - standrewskenton@gmail.com

MAIN CHURCH BUILDING

CHURCH HALL

LARGE CLASSROOM

SMALL CLASSROOM

KITCHEN