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  • Big Bible Study 2017
    • Saturday 30 September, 10am - 1pm

    A chance for all Christians to come together to study the bible & share lunch!

  • Chrism Eucharist 2017
    • Monday 10 April, 11am

    Blessing of oils & renewal of ministry

  • Sarah Hayward stations of the cross paintings
    Stations of the Cross Cathedral Exhibition

    Inspired by low reliefs at Mucknell Abbey, Stoulton, artist Sara Hayward RCA has created a contemporary version of Christ’s final hours to be shown in the Dean’s Chapel at Worcester Cathedral from 4 - 27 ...

    • 25 Mar 2017, 7:30 p.m. - 25 Mar 2017, 9:30 p.m.

    Performed by the Worcester Festival Choral Society

  • Volcano Community Choir
    • 18 March at 13:00 - 14:00

    Lunchtime Recital

  • Prince Arthur
    Arthur: The Lost Tudor King

    Over 500 people have visited the exhibition since it opened last Saturday as part of this year's Love Worcester Festival. Visitors are guided by an audio-tour around a gallery of images and artefacts telling them the ...

  • Messy Church
    • 22 & 23 February 2017 (half term)

    Free family fun at Worcester Cathedral

  • Renewal of vows service
    Couples renew their vows at the Cathedral

    Around 100 people renewed their marriage vows on St. Valentine’s Day in a special service in Worcester Cathedral. The short service was put together to enable couples to re-commit their relationship to God before they ...

  • Couples renewing their vows last year
    Renew your wedding vows in the Cathedral on Valentine's Day

    Couples will have an opportunity to renew their wedding vows at Worcester Cathedral on Valentine’s Day with a very special service. This annual short celebration will be held at 7pm, enabling couples to re-commit their ...

  • Pilgrims in the Cathedral
    Mini pilgrimage around the Cathedral

    Yesterday evening, around 70 people met at the Cathedral for a ‘mini pilgrimage’. The event was partly a reunion for those who had been on the recent ecumenical pilgrimage to the Holy Land, but was ...

  • Georgina Byrne
    Canon Georgina Byrne to become Queen's Chaplain

    Buckingham Palace has announced that the Revd Georgina Byrne, Residentiary Canon at Worcester Cathedral has been appointed as a Chaplain to the Queen.This honorary role will be in addition to Georgina’s duties at the Cathedral. ...

  • Spectacular Visions in Worcester Cathedral

    Entitled “Threads through Revelation”, the display explores the last book in the Bible, Revelation, which is full of extraordinary images and ideas, some scary, some inspirational. It records a series of amazing visions, all about ...

  • Christmas Cheer!
    • Saturday 17 December, 7:30pm

    A concert of Christmas favourites with audience participation.

  • Cathedral Chamber Choir
    Tenors & basses required for Cathedral Chamber choir

    Worcester Cathedral Chamber Choir currently has vacancies for tenors and basses. Juliette Kemp, Chamber Choir Committee member writes: "Please do get in touch if you're a tenor or bass and would be interested in joining the ...

  • King John at Worcester Cathedral
    Service to Commemorate 800th Anniversary of King John's Death

    It was the specific request of King John to be buried at Worcester, a place for which he had great affection, as stipulated in his will written shortly before his death in October 1216. The ...

  • Worcester Cathedral
    Prisons' Week marked in the Cathedral

    This year’s Prisons' Week service  in Worcester Cathedral focussed on young offenders. It was jointly held with local charity YSS, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year and which provides community based support services ...

  • Young farmers bring up gifts
    County Harvest Festival 2016

    This year’s County Harvest Festival will take place at 6.30pm on Sunday, 2 October in Worcester Cathedral. As with all festivals, this service will give thanks for the farmers who ensure we have food on ...

  • The Big Bible Study 2016

    The Big Bible Study in the Cathedral aims to encourage participants look at scripture in interesting and challenging ways and attracts Christians from all traditions who come together to worship, study the bible and eat ...

  • Worcester Cathedral
    Cathedral recognised as a place of learning

    Worcester Cathedral has won a Sandford Award for Heritage Education along with sites such as The Mary Rose Centre and Hampton Court Palace.The Sandford Award is an independently judged, quality assured assessment of education programmes ...

  • Worcester Cathedral
    National recognition of Worcester Cathedral as a Place of Learning
    • 1 September 2016

    The Sandford Award is an independently judged, quality assured assessment of education programmes at heritage sites, museums, archives and collections across the British Isles. Recipients become a ‘kite mark’ for high quality education provision which ...