The Manchester Sleepout 2020

Date online: 20 October 2020

Join us from home on Friday 6th November 2020 to raise funds to enable the Booth Centre to help people who are homeless in Manchester.

Manchester Cathedral flies rainbow pride flag

Date online: 7 August 2020

Pride Flag

Despite COVID-19 restrictions, Manchester Cathedral will once again show its support for LGBTIQ+ people across Greater Manchester this August. Marking Pride Season across our region, Manchester ...

Greater Manchester remembers lives lost to COVID-19

Date online: 16 July 2020

People in Greater Manchester who have lost a loved one to COVID-19 have been invited to join an online, interfaith, memorial service being held today, Thursday 16 July 2020, at Manchester Cathedral.

Manchester Cathedral Opens for Worship

Date online: 2 July 2020

On Sunday 5 July 2020 we shall be re-opening the Cathedral for public worship beginning with the Eucharist at 10.30am. Worshippers are being asked to register their attendance in advance using ...

The Bishop, Dean and Canons take the knee in support of BLM

Date online: 21 June 2020

The Bishop, Dean and Canons take the knee in support of BLM

Video: The Bishop, Dean and Canons of Manchester take the knee for 8 minutes and 46 seconds in support of Black Lives Matter...

The Dean welcomes you to Manchester Cathedral for private prayer

Date online: 16 June 2020

Video: The Dean of Manchester explains what you can expect to see and do at Manchester Cathedral as we re-open to the general public for private prayer...

Re-opening for Private Prayer

Date online: 12 June 2020

In line with advice from HM Government and the Church of England, and respecting strict social distancing, Manchester Cathedral will be open to the public for private prayer from Monday 15 June...

Black Lives Matter Reflection

Date online: 9 June 2020

In this Black Lives Matter Reflection for the Protest and Prayer Evening, the Dean of Manchester calls upon the Church of England to become more inclusive of BAME laity and clergy and to offer an ...

The Dean's Sermon for the Feast of Pentecost

Date online: 1 June 2020

Watch the Dean of Manchester as he preaches his sermon for St Matthew's, Hayfields, Pietermaritzburg, SA, on the Feast of Pentecost Sunday, 31 May 2020.

Act of Remembrance at 9am on Friday 22 May 2020

Date online: 18 May 2020

On Friday 22 May at 9am an 'Act of Remembrance' to mark the third anniversary of the Manchester Arena attack will take place as part of our Morning Prayer. We will pray for all who were killed and ...

The Big Picnic for Hope

Date online: 1 May 2020

The Big Picnic for Hope

Join in the ‘Big Picnic for Hope’ on Friday 8 May by having a picnic at home to help honour heroes past and present. Send us your photos and join others around the country doing the same using ...

A Video Message from the Dean of Manchester

Date online: 23 April 2020

A Video Message from the Dean of Manchester

The Dean of Manchester has recorded a short video message for the Feast of St. George...

Manchester Cathedral to Turn Blue for NHS Staff and All Key Workers

Date online: 15 April 2020

Manchester Cathedral is teaming up with one of its long-standing event production partners, Sterling Event Group, to illuminate the façade of the magnificent building in a blue hue in a show of ...

Aspects of Black

Date online: 9 April 2020

In this time when we are closed to visitors because of the Covid19 pandemic, Manchester Cathedral invites you to visit our virtual art exhibition Aspects of Black by the German artist and death and ...

From the Education Department

Date online: 23 March 2020

Due to the Covid19 pandemic, educational visits to the Cathedral have been suspended until further notice.Bookings from June onward will be held for those who have already booked and will be ...

Cathedral Closed To Public

Date online: 23 March 2020

Cathedral Closed To Public

Following the changes in Government advice, we have taken the difficult decision to close the Cathedral to the public with immediate effect.Please do not come to the Cathedral until further ...