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The process of appointing a new Dean of Worcester continues to move forward with confirmation of the names of those who will sit on the panel.
The Mothers’ Union has joined forces with the Cathedral and Worcester Community Trust for a powerful exhibition to raise awareness of domestic abuse and gender-based violence.
The Cathedral have produced a video about becoming an "Eco Cathedral" and their Living Gently on the Earth Series.
Mark Badger will be licensed as our new Archdeacon of Worcester by Bishop John during Evensong in Worcester Cathedral at 5.30pm on Saturday 2 December.
The Dean of Worcester, the Very Reverend Peter Atkinson, will officially retire on Friday 25 August, after more than 16 years in the post, and 43 years as a priest in the Church of England.
On Sunday 10 September, we shall say farewell to Peter Atkinson.
An article from the Dean of Worcester, Peter Atkinson for July editions of parish magazines.
The latest events, talks and workshops in the Cathedral's 'Living Gently on the Earth' series.
Churches throughout the Diocese celebrated the King’s Coronation today, with prayers said in services and community lunches with coronation-themed cakes and family activities.
To mark his retirement later in 2023, Sacristy Press are publishing a collection of 50 sermons preached by the Dean, Peter Atkinson over the past 30 years.
Robin Parry is to be licensed to Worcester Cathedral as an associate priest with a remit for eco-spirituality, exploring the intersection of spirituality, worship, and ecology.
The Cathedral has announced that His Majesty The King has approved the appointment of the Reverend Kimberly Bohan as Residentiary Canon of Worcester Cathedral.
This year’s Farmers’ 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 our plates and celebrate rural life in general.
Bishop John and H-J will be cycling almost 500 miles on the Camino Frances to Santiago De Compostela in Spain to raise funds for the Cathedral.
Ten new honorary Canons have been appointed at Worcester Cathedral in recognition of their work in both the Diocese and the wider Church. Appointments are made by the Bishop of Worcester in consultation with the Chapter of the Cathedral.
During March 2022, the Knife Angel visits Worcester city centre. This imposing structure stands at 8 metres tall and is constructed from over 100,000 knives and blades confiscated by UK police forces.
Bishop John calls on all in the Diocese of Worcester to pray for the people of Ukraine and for peace, and for the leaders of the West as they deliberate on how to respond to the terrible unprovoked aggression of Russia.
The Revd John Paul Hoskins was installed as a Residentiary Canon and Precentor of Worcester Cathedral on Saturday in a special service of Evensong.
The Chapter of Worcester Cathedral is delighted that The Queen has approved the appointment of the Revd John Paul Hoskins as the new Residentiary Canon and Precentor.