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Diocese of

Hexham and Newcastle

Bishop Robert Byrne CO

Ushaw College



Events at Ushaw

ushaw Collegewww.ushaw.org

 

 

Upcoming Events

Lent at Ushaw

This poster details the full list of Lenten programme and services available. These include details of; Ash Wednesday Mass and distribution of Ashes, Stations of the Cross, midday services of Readings and Prayers, opportunities to attend one of a number quiet days of reflection being held, Friday Mass schedule and Friday film days, where films with a lenten theme will be screened.

For further enquiries, and to book for the Quiet Day, an Afternoon of Reflection or a film, please tel: 0191 334 5119, or email us.


Quiet Day at Ushaw

An opportunity to step aside, to listen to God in scripture and to enjoy the peace. Led by Sister Rosarie Spence.

£10 per person, including coffee, tea and biscuits served both on arrival and to conclude the day. Lunch, with a delicious choice of great value home-made food, is available to purchase in the refectory. Bookings to be made via the Ushaw website or telephone: 0191 334 5119.

On Wednesday 27 March 10.30am to 4.00pm.


Ushaw Organ Weekend

Is being held on the weekend of Friday 31 May to Sunday 2 June 2019. Curated by James Parsons.

An invitation to organists at all ages and stages, observers - and all seeking a holiday weekend of inspiring music-making and cultural exploration in Durham's stunning, historic setting and Newcastle's dynamic cityscape.

Hear David Goode's organ recital in Durham Cathedral on Friday 31 May at 7.30pm with music by Bach, Jo Marsh's 'Ottomania' and Reubke's 'Sonata on the 94th Psalm'.

To reserve your place and all other enquiries email contact@jamesparsons.org.

See poster for full itinery and cost.


Volunteer Appeal

Would you like the chance to work as a volunteer in a beautiful and historic setting?

As one of the North-East’s most stunning and historic attractions, Ushaw is appealing for volunteers to help drive forward its return to glory. Set in a 500-acre estate near Durham City, it was built as a Catholic seminary and trained priests for over two centuries from 1808 to 2011. Trustees, together with an enthusiastic team of volunteers, are now working to turn Ushaw into a unique cultural attraction, events venue, business hub and conference centre and last year had 38,000 visitors. More volunteers are needed to help with major plans to widen Ushaw’s appeal as one of the most beautiful and inspirational places in England.

Volunteer opportunities are open to all and Ushaw welcomes enquiries from anyone interested in joining our team, irrespective of the time they can commit each month. Ushaw offers a broad range of high quality volunteer roles and is looking for stewards, tour guides, shop assistants, gardeners, administration support, and sacristans. Volunteers are fully supported and receive an induction and training.

For more information, email volunteer-recruitment@ushaw.org, call 0191 334 5119, or visit the website at www.ushaw.org.


Ushaw College was founded over two hundred years ago and has a rich and fascinating history, with some of the finest Victorian architecture in the North East, with many of the buildings designed by the illustrious Pugin family. The organ recital series, held in the magnificent setting of St. Cuthbert’s Chapel, is just one of an exciting and varied programme of cultural events happening throughout the course of the year. Other events include folk, classical, jazz and choral music, plus talks, plays, exhibitions and choral services.

 

Further information is available from the website.

 

To find out more information about Ushaw College, including volunteering opportunities, please visit our website, where most of our events are listed. For further enquiries please e-mail us: tickets@ushaw.org, or tel: 0191 334 5119.