St Margaret of Antioch,

Crossgate, Durham




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Antioch House

Historic Crossgate

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St Margaret of Antioch

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For details of our Easter Services please click here.


Our regular Sunday morning Eucharist is at 10.30 am.

Please see our Regular Services page for more details.


Our services are also continuing to be

broadcast online each Sunday. 

Please see our Online Services page for more details.

St Margaret of Antioch:

a friendly parish church in the heart of Durham.


Over many centuries St Margaret’s has welcomed countless wanderers and pilgrims in the name of Christ. We have a long and proud history of community involvement and social action (in areas as diverse as healthcare, education and work with the marginalised); and many people can testify to having first encountered God – Father, Son and Holy Spirit – through the mission and ministry of this church.

Today, we continue to try to live – and share – lives of faith, holiness and love, in response to God’s call:
• We seek to be inclusive: welcoming all – regardless of gender, race, age or sexual orientation – in the name of Christ.
• We are Biblical and Sacramental: with worship centred on Christ, encountered in the Eucharist, who informs and inspires us in our daily lives.
• We seek to proclaim to Good News of Christ in the world, by our words, actions, presence and prayer.

We take seriously our responsibility for Safeguarding children and vulnerable adults.  For more information please click here.

Our parish rejoices in its solid, Liberal Catholic tradition, which is enhanced by a diversity inherited from recent history (charismatic, catholic, contemplative) and reflected in our congregations.

The church building dates from the mid-twelfth century, and much of the stonework (as well as the font) is original. It is one of just two parish churches in the City with a Grade One listing. St Margaret’s has the wonderful hallmarks of a place where prayer has been known over many generations; it is a beautiful and holy space with many intriguing and inspiring details.

May the God of all grace be with you, today and always, in Jesus’ name.