St. Cuthbert’s Church Brunswick

Parish of Christ the King

Diocese of Newcastle


19 February 2016

About Us

The church was built in 1905 when Brunswick Village was still called Dinnington Colliery and was a chapel of linked to St Matthew’s church at Dinnington. The congregation consisted mainly of miners and their families, consequently it is of simple design It has a very good atmosphere, reflecting the generations of ordinary folk who have worshipped here. St Cuthbert’s now serves a wide range of people.


In 1988 St Cuthbert’s became a church in its own right and joined with St Aidan’s in Brunton Park, St Columba’s in Wideopen and St Matthew’s in Dinnington to form the parish of Christ the King.


The church now serves a range of people from Hazlerigg, Brunswick Village and Brunswick Green, however all who wish to join us are very welcome!


Rev Mark Edwards MBE was licensed to St Cuthbert's in Brunswick, St Matthew's in Dinnington. Rev Peter Dobson serves as curate to all four churches in the parish.

We are fortunate to have a Lay Reader, David Gray,  and a Visitor, Jennie Johnson, who also provide pastoral care.


Church Service Times:

Thursday: 10:00 am (normally Book of Common Prayer)

Sunday: 11:00 am (modern language)

Every 4th Sunday of the month is a family service

Evening service: 6:00 pm

Every 3rd Sunday of the month at Robert Allan

Court,  Brunswick Village


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