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Team Cathedral sleep out for the Booth Centre!

Team Cathedral sleep out for the Booth Centre!

This year’s annual Manchester Sleepout in aid of the Booth Centre will take place on Friday 9 November.

The Booth Centre supports people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness by providing activities to help people rebuild their confidence and learn something new while having fun. They also run arts, employment and skills sessions daily and offer everyone a healthy breakfast and lunch.

Published: 01 October 2018

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Harvest 2018: Together we’re powerful

This Harvest, we stand together with women like Aster in Ethiopia, to rejoice and call for gender justice through Christian Aid’s 2018 Harvest Appeal. As we celebrate and praise God for providing all we need, we also stand with our sisters whose harvests are uncertain.

Published: 25 September 2018

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The Archbishop of Canterbury opens the National Cathedrals Conference

On Monday 17 September, delegates from cathedrals around the country and beyond arrived at Manchester Cathedral for the first day of the National Cathedral Conference: Sacred Space.

Published: 18 September 2018

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Cathedrals from around the United Kingdom decamp to Manchester for the first National Cathedrals Conference

This will be the first time that cathedral clergy, lay staff and chapter and council members will all gather under one roof to discuss and facilitate development of a strategic vision for the future direction of cathedrals through four days of keynote speakers, spiritual leaders and workshops.

Published: 13 September 2018

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An Audience with Fr Michael Lapsley SSM at Manchester Cathedral

An Audience with Fr Michael Lapsley SSM at Manchester Cathedral

On Thursday 13 September 2018 (2.30pm-4.30pm) The Challenging Hate Forum will host a public event in the Nave in support of Hate Crime Awareness Week. The focus of the event will be on peace-building.

Published: 12 September 2018

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Challenging hate across the continents

South African priest and social justice activist Fr Michael Lapsley who lost both hands in a letter bomb attack, is to share a platform with Moss side anti-violence campaigner Dr Erinma Bell this week as part of Hate Crime Awareness week.

Published: 12 September 2018

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The winner of Capture the Cathedral: The People’s Choice 2018 is......

The winner of Capture the Cathedral: The People’s Choice 2018 is......

The annual Capture the Cathedral photography competition returned this year for its sixth year with over 200 photographs of our beautiful historic building submitted.

Published: 13 August 2018

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Peace and Unity - Our Manchester Our Communities

Peace and Unity - Our Manchester Our Communities

On Sunday 29 July 2018, the third annual 'Peace and Unity event took place at Manchester Reform Synagogue. The event was a free multi-faith/ community event which aimed to bring people together to celebrate our cultural diversity. The programme included guest speakers, musical performances, comedy, song, dance, activities for children, yoga and meditation.

Published: 31 July 2018

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Changes to Worship times

The Dean and Cathedral Chapter have unanimously agreed to change the Cathedral’s Service Schedule.

Saturday – 4.30pm Evening Prayer

Monday – 5.30pm Evensong (4.30pm Evening Prayer during the school holidays)

This new schedule starts in September and will be reviewed at Easter 2019.

All other services remain unchanged.

Published: 25 July 2018

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Capture the Cathedral: winners announced!

Capture the Cathedral: winners announced!

This year marks the sixth year of Capture the Cathedral, our annual photography competition. Every year the standard gets better and better as entrants seek to impress the judges with images of this beautiful historic building.








Published: 23 July 2018

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