Holy Island is a very special place in the far North East of England, separated from the the rest of Northumberland by a 4 mile long causeway, which is covered by the North Sea for 5 hours at a time, twice a day.
As well as being a place of great natural beauty, Holy Island (also known as Lindisfarne) is the place where Christianity first arrived in England in 635 AD. It has been a place of pilgrimage ever since.
St Cuthbert’s Centre is at the heart of the Island, offering a welcome to many different visitors, and a prayerful space for individuals or groups. We aim to keep our building open from 9.30am – 6.00pm unless it has been booked by a group and we are closed on Mondays unless there is an exhibition on.
It is my privilege to be the Warden of St Cuthbert’s and to exercise a ministry of hospitality here, on behalf of the United Reformed Church. Please take time to explore this site and to explore what we do. I hope to welcome you to St Cuthbert’s soon.
St Cuthbert’s aims to be open from 9.30 am (morning prayers) to 6.00 pm Tuesday to Sunday
(unless a group has booked the premises)