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New socks for the box: Canon Wray’s Sock Appeal returns to Manchester Cathedral this January
Are there piles of lovely but unwanted pairs of socks lingering under your pile of Christmas presents or spilling out of your sock drawer? Manchester Cathedral can find a good home for any pairs of new, warm socks that people would like to donate or buy to support the Booth Centre in looking after those who find themselves homeless at the turn of the New Year.
The Canon Wray Sock Appeal is back for its second year and you can donate your socks right up until the official anniversary of this historic legacy on the 21 January.
Published: 07 January 2016
New! Silver jewellery available
New to the online shop is a range of 925 sterling silver jewellery including chains with miniature shield pendants (available in 18, 20 and 22 inches), a selection of cross pendants inspired by the the Cathedral’s Jesus Chapel Cross, as well as an elegant sterling silver Cathedral Shield lapel pin. Prices range between £10.99 and £42.99.
Published: 10 December 2015
Elsa and Anna warm up the Frozen crowd at Manchester Cathedral this Saturday
Elsa and Anna will be making their way from Arendelle to Manchester Cathedral’s medieval cinema this Saturday, 5 December to watch Disney’s ‘Frozen’.
The Frozen sisters will be at the Cathedral leading a sing-along ahead of the screening, chatting to their fans and providing lots of photo opportunities!
We are delighted to be working with local business, Magical Moments Parties who introduced us to Elsa and Anna.
Published: 03 December 2015
Design our 2016 Christmas Card
Whilst you are in the festive mood, why not submit a design for Manchester Cathedral’s official 2016 Christmas card?
Entries can be a photograph, painting or a drawing representing Manchester Cathedral.
This is a great opportunity for budding or professional designers to design our official 2016 Christmas Card.
Published: 25 November 2015
Cash for Kids - Mission Christmas 2015
Manchester has the fourth highest levels of child poverty in the UK, with one in three children going to bed in the evening without a hot meal, or living in a house without central heating.
For this reason, we are really excited to be supporting Key 103’s Mission Christmas appeal to do something about this. We are asking all who can to buy an unwrapped gift for a child of any age up to eighteen years to donate it to the Mission Christmas appeal.
Manchester Cathedral will be one of the city centre drop-off points for the appeal and gifts can be dropped off here during our usual opening hours. The last date for collection will be Wednesday 16 December.
Mission Christmas will not change the poverty statistics, but by supporting the Mission Christmas campaign you will be helping to bring the magic of Christmas to more children this Christmas Day.
Published: 19 November 2015
Manchester Cathedral presents Christmas Movie Night
We have been celebrating Christmas here for over 500 years. This year, for the first time alongside our wonderful carol concerts and services, we are showing some of your favourite Christmas movies in the spectacular setting of this medieval Manchester church.
On Friday 4 December, we will be opening our doors to Kermit, Miss Piggy and their friends for a 6.30pm screening of this all time classic. At 8.30pm, Will Ferrell stars as Buddy, a human being who has spent his whole life believing himself to be an elf.
On Saturday 5 December, tissues at the ready as The Snowman flies into the Cathedral at 7.30pm followed by the opportunity to see the epic modern Disney classic, Frozen, as you have never seen it before.
Published: 18 November 2015
How Awesome Is This Place
Manchester Cathedral. A unique venue of prayer, worship, music, arts, education, heritage and welcoming visitors. We are a busy, vibrant and exciting place and are open free of charge on a daily basis, 365 days of the year.
Here is a short video showcasing some of the things that Manchester Cathedral has to offer.
Published: 18 November 2015
Chorister Recruitment Officer
We are pleased to announce that Charlie Corkin has been appointed as our new Chorister Recruitment Officer. Charlie will join us in December this year.
The role of Chorister Recruitment Officer will be pivotal in establishing a robust and effective marketing campaign that reimagines the chorister brand image. In his new role, Charlie will be responsible for supporting the delivery of a new musical outreach programme across the region by acting as a musical animateur and by setting up singing groups within schools. Charlie will also take responsibility for the establishment of a new children's choir in the Cathedral for children aged 6 to 11 years.
Published: 27 October 2015
2015 Cathedral Christmas Card now on sale
The 2015 Cathedral Christmas Card is now available to purchase from our online shop.
Published: 22 October 2015
Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Public Event
The Dean of Manchester hosted a Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Public Event on Tuesday 20 October 2015. This was to mark the special week of events to raise awareness of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking.
We were pleased to have presentations by DI Denise Pye (Greater Manchester Police), Rebekah Turner (Stop the Traffik), Hannah Flint (International Justice Mission UK) and performances of “It’s not Fair” by Rhema Theatre Group.
Local artist Liz Ackerley created a piece of artwork during the event to raise awareness of Modern Slavery.
Published: 22 October 2015