The Norham Deanery

News

Deanery Secretary

 

Due to a forthcoming move, the position of Deanery Secretary has become available

Interested?

Please

Visit our Synod page

for a Job Description

 


Norham Deanery 2019

Meetings/Events Calendar

is now available on the Synod page


The

Norham Deanery Newsletter

for July 2018 is available on the 

Deanery Synod Page

 

 


 

Northumberland Credit Union

An ethical helping hand for locals who may need some support.

Details on the Deanery Synod Page 

Events

 

Visit our

Events Page

to see what's on!

 


 

Spittal

Cafe Trio

Coffee Morning every Thursday

Click below to visit:

Spittal Cafe Trio Facebook Page

for full details

 

Contact

Email the Area Dean:

Rob Kelsey

Email the Lay Chair:

John Ayerst

Email the Secretary:

Ian Corsie

Email the Finance Officer:

Terry Harris

Email the Norham Deanery Website

The Norham Deanery Synod meets four times a year at one of the Deanery Churches. Each church appoints at least two Lay representatives to the Synod; these together with the licensed clergy of the Deanery, complete the Synod.

The Deanery Synod in it's turn, is represented on the Newcastle Diocesan Synod by up to three clergy and four lay representatives.

The Area Dean is the Reverend Dr Rob Kelsey, who is also the Vicar of Norham, and Priest in Charge, of Carham, Cornhill and Branxton.

The Lay Chairman of the Deanery Synod is John Ayerst.

The Secretary is Ian Corsie

 


 

 Joint Chapter Quiet Morning

 Joint Chapter Quiet Morning

 


Deanery Synod Meetings - 2019

 

Meeting Calendar
Meeting Calendar

 

For a PDF copy of the Meeting Schedule: Click HERE

  


 

Norham Deanery Secretary

Job Description - January 2019

Job Description Available HERE as a PDF

 


 

Norham Deanery Newsletter - July 2018

 

For a PDF copy of the Newsletter: Click HERE 

 

 


 
Report from the Deanery Restructuring Group to
the Norham Deanery Synod meeting
on 23rd November 2015

Open a PDF copy of the report HERE

 


 

Deanery Pastoral Committee/Deanery Development Group

A new Pastoral Committee was appointed at the November 2012 meeting of the Deanery Synod. This will also act as the Deanery Development Group, (the Synods "Think Tank", to take an in depth look at important issues and propose courses of action to the Synod). 

 


 

 Northumberland Credit Union

Further information about the NCU HERE (PDF)

Quick Reference Guide for Priests, Deacons etc; available HERE (PDF)

Click HERE to visit the Northumberland Credit Union Website