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.
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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.
During August, Worcester Cathedral is hosting The Leaves of the Trees, an installation of 5,000 steel â€˜Hopeâ€™ leaves, as a reflective memorial to the effects of the pandemic.
It was announced on Sunday that Canons Georgina Byrne and Michael Brierley are moving on to new appointments later this year.
This year for the first time there will be a Cathedral Cycling Relay starting on 30Â May in national cycling week with the relay coming to Worcester on 1 & 2 July.
22 people from across Worcestershire and Dudley were confirmed by Bishop John in Worcester Cathedral yesterday, seven of the candidates were also baptised.Â
Academics at the University of Worcester and Worcester Cathedral have joined forces for a new series of talks addressing religion in modern life.Â
Worcester Cathedral will hold a service that will include prayers for HRH The Duke of Edinburgh on Friday 16 April at 3pm.
Worcester Cathedral will mark Earth Hour on Saturday 27 March at 8.30pm with an online vigil introduced with a challenge from one of the pupils at the Kingâ€™s School.
Worcester Cathedral will be marking the National Day of Reflection on 23 March with a short online service of reflection, which will include the minuteâ€™s silence at midday.
Watch this pre-recorded Service of Remembrance from Worcester Cathedral for Remembrance Sunday 2020.Â
The Undercroft Learning Centre is now open to be used by schools and others visiting the Cathedral.
The Bishop and the Dean have â€˜taken the kneeâ€™ outside the Cathedral to pray for all those affected by repression, discrimination and injustice in a special video ahead of the protest planned in Worcester over the weekend.
Clergy and others across the Diocese are live streaming services and offering other digital content.
This year the whole of March falls within Lent. That makes it too late to talk about Ash Wednesday and how we should be keeping Lent, and too early to talk about Easter, the great day for which Lent is the time of preparation. So instead, let's remin
The Diocese's recently-retired, long-serving Office Manager is this year's recipient of the Wulfstan Cross.