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All are Welcome.

St. Helen’s is a friendly and growing church where people of all ages come together to worship and grow as God’s people in Low Fell. We gather each week to share fellowship and Holy Communion and to proclaim the Gospel afresh for each generation with the hope that all may come to know the depth of God’s generous love for each and every one.

Messy Church meets regularly at 4.30pm on the last Saturday of each month. Here, there are opportunities to learn of God’s love and to share fun, friendship and food together. Children of ages are welcome, do come along and join in.

At St. Helen’s we seek to support our neighbours near and far, by deepening our links with the local community of Low Fell, by working more closely with our neighbouring Parish of St. Chad Bensham and Teams and through extending welcome, support and encouragement to those in need of it, both nationally and internationally.

We would love to talk to you about Baptisms and Weddings at St. Helen’s. You are very welcome to come along to the Church Hall and join us for a coffee any Sunday at 10.45 am where there will be people to help you make a booking.

Why not come and join us by coming along to one of our services or events.


Talking Jesus Mission Weekend.

March 2nd/5th 2017

St Helens Parish is part of Durham Diocesan Bishops in Mission Weekend .

We are very pleased to welcome Bishop Philip North, the Bishop of Burnley and Bishop Jonathan Gibb, Bishop of West Yorkshire and Dales,and their teams to work with parishes in Gateshead . The team will be based at St Helens Church Hall so please pop in to have a chat if you'd like. We have many interesting and exciting events planned when we will offer members of the community the opportunity to talk with us and our visitors about Jesus. At St Helens we will be visiting local schools and our Beaver pack on Friday 3rd March, offering support to people out on Low Fell on the Friday evening and inviting people for soup and a stottie on Saturday evening in the Church Hall. We will also be giving out angel cards and cleaning peoples shoes at the Angel of the North, in Low Fell and in Saltwell Park. There will be a special Sunday Service on 5th March and we are organising a coach to take us to a huge celebration with the Archbishop of York at 3pm in the Cathedral on Sunday afternoon.

All are welcome.





Fundraising The Pearl of Africa.

Latest Additions

The Pearl of Africa concert was held in St. Helen’s Church, Belle Vue Bank, Low Fell, Gateshead at 7.00 p.m. on Thursday Sep 29th.This was a wonderful stimulating occasion with stunning singing, dancing and drumming.

We are very pleased that we raised over £1,200 for their work.

The choir is made up of orphaned or destitute children from Uganda who sing and dance in their local costumes. Jewellery and crafts from their region were for sale in the interval.





We are very pleased to welcome our new priest, Revd. Yvonne Greener, who joined St Helen's in February.

Revd. Greener can be contacted on 0191 491 1317 or at

767, Durham Rd

Low Fell





Christmas Services at St Helen's







Information about Brush with Art 2016

Saturday 19th November/Sunday 20th November




Retirement of Revd Bruce Mountford Harrison




Votive Candle Stand

Votive Candle Stand

The Church Bells

Family Fun Day


Registers Logo

Parochial Registers Information

Parochial Registers


Inside the Church Organ

Some photographs of the inner workings of the church organ.
Inside the church organ

Church Roof

Church Building

St Helen's Church is a fine Victorian Church built in stone with an open timbered roof, cruciform in plan and in the Early English style of architecture. Read more on the Church Building



9.00am Mattins
9.30am Sung Eucharist
6.00pm Evensong(1st)
6.00pm Compline(2nd)
6.00pm Meditation(3rd)
6.00pm Stations(4th)


9 am Morning Prayer

9.30am Eucharist


9am Morning Prayer St Chads Bensham


9am Morning Prayer

(See magazine for detail and saints days)

Parish Magazine

Copies of the Parish Magazine are available each month or a copy can be viewed here.

January Magazine can be found here

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What’s Going On In Church?




A ramp allows easy access for wheelchairs

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