St. George’s Students is a community of young adults between 18-23 where everyone is welcome. We want to be a home for you and see you flourish whilst studying at university, college or doing an apprenticeship.
We want to see hope and faith rise up in the lives of students all over Gateshead and Newcastle and would love you to come along, find belonging and join in.
Be part of something extraordinary whilst studying
St George’s is located in the central area of Gateshead, 1 mile from central Newcastle. Our vision is to play our part in the seeing our community Come Alive. We are here to Bless the City.
Whilst studying, our invitation is for you to join us in investing in the place we live and the people we live amongst, seeing how God can use you to help show his love to the world. There are lots of ways to do this, from Kids Clubs, work with teenagers to helping families who don’t have the things they need for their newborn children.
As you get involved, our promise is to invest in you so that you can follow Jesus further and grow in discipleship, leadership and mission.
What does it look like to be a Student at St. George’s?
Tuesday Night is Student Night
We meet every Tuesday during term time as a Student community. We make time as a whole community for food, worship, prayer, and teaching. We also settle into smaller groups where you can find great friends and talk through life.
This is our evening gathering that happens each Sunday. It’s home to our student community. Each week we gather together in worship, prayer and to explore the Bible.
After The Six we make space for food and time to get to know each other. We turn the church into a Student led Cafe space, with live music, pub quizzes, toasties, drinks and lots of laughs. It’s an amazing place to find friends and to be known.
Getting to St. George’s
St. George’s is a church on an journey. By joining a team whilst studying, you can play your part in the transformation of this society. Everyone who joins a team is invested in by other leaders so that not only do you get to play your part, you can grow as a disciple and a leader.
There are lots of teams to choose from and we’d love you to be part of one. Not only do you get to partner with God in blessing the city, it’s also a great place to meet friends and get extra investment.
Join a team
The St. George’s shuttle
We put on a bus to and from St. George’s for students and young adults coming from Newcastle across to church for The 6. There are two locations for these shuttles;
1. Claremont Road, Newcastle. In between the Great North Museum and Quilliam Brothers.
2. The corner of Sandyford Road and Hutton Terrace.
Pick up is at 5:10pm each Sunday evening, drop off at 9pm, which gives you plenty of time to enjoy the Hope Cafe after The 6.
For more information get in touch using the form below, or ask one of Hello! team at a gathering.