Welcome to Grace Church Gateshead

Grace Church Gateshead (previously called Tyneside Church Central) is a church plant that began in 2013 to make Jesus Christ famous, loved, and followed in central Gateshead.

We are a gospel-centred church with a strong culture of Bible teaching; a disciple-making church with a strong culture of living on mission; and a simple church with a strong culture of sharing life in community. In short, we’re a church of disciples sharing life together on mission. 

**Coronavirus update: In light of the present public health warnings, this Sunday’s service will be livestreamed at 10.30am; please do not come to church but join us virtually instead. Leave a message and we’ll send you the link to attend if you haven’t already received it. We will review this arrangement and give GCG updates on a weekly basis as things unfold. If you have not already, please read and follow the government’s guidance**

Sundays

**Coronavirus update: In light of the present public health warnings, this Sunday’s service will be livestreamed at 10.30am; please do not come to church but join us virtually instead. Leave a message and we’ll send you the link to attend if you haven’t already received it. We will review this arrangement and give GCG updates on a weekly basis as things unfold. If you have not already, please read and follow the government’s guidance**

 

Come and join us on Sundays at 10.30am. We meet at our church building:

Grove Chapel
186 Rawling Road
Bensham
Gateshead
NE8 4QU

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About Grace Church Gateshead

Grace Church Gateshead exists to make Jesus Christ famous, loved, and followed in Gateshead.

About GCG

Christianity

Would you like to know more about Christianity or what it means to be a Christian? If so, please leave us a message, or join in our free online course for people exploring Christianity.

We also have a number of resources you might be interested in having a look at.

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Christianity

Grace Church Gateshead is a part of the Acts 29 Network and the North East Gospel Partnership, and the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches.