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The Friends of Manchester Cathedral
The Friends of Manchester Cathedral have supported our work for over 70 Years. The Friends have made additions to the building that will last for generations, everything from new windows to helping to keep the roof on!
The Friends rely entirely on subscriptions, donations, bequests and the income from investments to fulfil their objective.
To find out more about becoming a Friend, please download the Friends leaflet.
Published: 12 August 2015
Introducing our new Verger
We would like to introduce our new Verger, Mike Jenkinson joined the Vergers' team on Monday 10 August. Here are a few words from Mike:
"I've lived in and around Urmston, Flixton and Davyhulme all my life. I'm married to Fi, who is entering her 3rd year of ordination training, and we have 2 children- Faith (11) and Jacob (9). Fi and I became Christians in 2002 after beginning to attend St Michael's Flixton. In my spare time I enjoy lots of creative hobbies, including making stained glass art and home brewing. What excites me about working at the Cathedral is being a visible sign of faith in the middle of a vibrant and diverse city. I look forward to meeting you all.”
Published: 10 August 2015
Manchester Cathedral’s youngest tour guide Blaise takes families on a medieval safari for Dig the City 2015
Manchester Cathedral plays host to a huge range of events, exhibitions and tours this summer, but one event or more particularly, one guide, stands out in the line-up.
Blaise Wilcockson, at the age of 10 years and 11 months, is Manchester Cathedral’s youngest ever tour guide and will be leading a medieval safari around the Cathedral on the next two consecutive Fridays.
Published: 29 July 2015
Looking for ways to entertain the little ones during the school holidays?
There are a variety of fun, family activities taking place at Manchester Cathedral during the school holidays. Visit Cathedral Kids to find out more!
Published: 22 July 2015
Minutes of the AGM and Easter Vestry Meeting 2015
The minutes of the Annual General Meeting and Easter Vestry Meeting are now available to download.
Annual General Meeting, 3 May 2015
Easter Vestry Meeting, 3 May 2015
Published: 20 July 2015
Capture the Cathedral: The People's Choice
The Capture the Cathedral exhibition has proved a great success with our visitors. Whilst the exhibition has been on display, members of the public have been given the opportunity to vote for their favourite photograph. In total, over 1200 votes have been cast by visitors to Manchester Cathedral and via our Facebook page.
We are pleased to announce that the winner of the Capture the Cathedral People’s Choice 2015 is Architecture by Kathryn Skeldon. Thank you to everyone who submitted an entry in this year’s competition and to those who took the time to vote.
Published: 14 July 2015
Services from July to September 2015
The Cathedral Choirs are on holiday from Monday 6 July until Tuesday 8 September. Evening services will be said at 4.30pm, unless there is a visiting choir. Please refer to the service schedule for up to date information.
Published: 08 July 2015
Friday 3 July 2015
It is necessary to disconnect the electricity supply on Friday 3 July and so the Cathedral offices will be closed for the day.
The building will remain open to the general public and services will proceed as usual; some members of staff will be onsite, however, there will be no welcomers or guides on duty.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Published: 02 July 2015
Vacancy: Chorister Recruitment Officer
Chorister Recruitment Officer
The Dean and Canons of Manchester Cathedral seek to appoint a Chorister Recruitment Officer to deliver a vigorous recruitment programme for the statutory choir by establishing a robust and effective marketing campaign that reimagines the chorister brand image. This new and exciting post will also help deliver a new musical outreach programme across our region by acting as a musical animateur to foster greater interest and nurture the musical potential in young people.
Candidates interested in this two-year fixed term post are invited to read the vacancy detail. The closing date for applications is 5 July 2015. Interviews and auditions to be held on 31 July 2015. Informal queries are welcomed by the Organist and Master of the Choristers, which may be made by contacting Christopher Stokes on 0161 833 2220 (ext 225).
Published: 02 July 2015
Meditations – new series launches on Manchester Cathedral TV
In the first of a new series, Canon Phillip Barratt, Precentor at Manchester Cathedral talks about his journey from the streets of the county to the door of the Cathedral and his own personal mission and that of the Cathedral which can date its origins to the 11th Century.
The programme opens with music from the Cathedral Choristers conducted by Organist and Master of the Choristers, Christopher Stokes.
Meditations is a trial programme testing how television and the internet can be developed to promote better understanding of the work of the Cathedral and its teaching of the Gospel and the interaction of God and Jesus Christ in the life of the city and beyond.
Published: 30 June 2015