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850th 2010 - photos

 

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St John's Church, Neville's Cross - St John's is our sister parish; we share the same Rector and join together from time to time for services and other events.  If you continue up the road from St Margaret's you will eventually come to St John's, which stands at the top of Crossgate Peth opposite Neville's Cross itself. 

 www.sjnx.org.uk

 

Dorothy's Well: how one man (Jim O’Connor), having visited a village in Tanzania, resolved to raise enough money to return and dig a well (in memory of his wife, Dorothy) to provide the villagers with fresh water.  Jim is a member of our 8 o’clock congregation; visit the website to find out more and how one man’s vision because not just reality but a life-changing passion.  In 2010-11 St Margaret's Church raised over £10,000 to fund a 'St Margaret's Well' for the village of Makanya, Tanzania: part of the Dorothy's Wells project.

www.dorothyswells.org/

 

St Margaret's CE (Controlled) Primary School - we are privileged to have such strong links with our local Church School.  The Rector and the Reader regularly lead collective worship in the school and at the end of every term the entire school comes to Church for a service. 

 www.st-margarets.durham.sch.uk

 

St Margaret's Centre - Helps people with mental illness, by providing various activities and courses.  For further information, please contact the centre direct at: The Old School, Margery Lane, Durham DH1 4QJ.  Telephone - (0191) 384 8100.  Open - Mon - Thurs 08.30 - 16.45, Fri 08.30 - 16.00

www.stmargaretscentre.co.uk

 

The Church of England and The Diocese of Durham - St Margaret's Church is part of the Diocese of Durham in the Church of England.  For further information please go to:

www.durham.anglican.org 

www.churchofengland.org

 

 St Margaret's organ - find out more about our organ by following this link http://www.duresme.org.uk/NEorgans/margarets.htm