The Lord Mayor of Coventry, dignitaries and members of the Ukrainian community in the Midlands will gather to remember and pray for the victims of the Holodomor on Saturday November 24th.
Due to Graduation ceremonies, the New Cathedral will be closed to the public on Monday 19th November and re-opening Saturday 24th November. We look forward to helping all involved in the ceremonies celebrate their academic success.
This is what we are planning for Remembrance Sunday.
The Eucharist to Commemorate the Faithful Departed begins at 4 pm on Sunday November 4th and everyone is welcome.
Plan to join us as we prepare for and celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.
Click here to see and explore the 31 landmarks on the Coventry Peace Trail.
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The link between Coventry Cathedral and the arts can be traced back throughout history, but a most significant moment being the creation and performance of Britten’s War Requiem in 1962 for the consecration of the New Cathedral. Benjamin Britten is
Coventry Cathedral has been selected as one of the top ten places which tell the history of England’s art, architecture and sculpture.
‘Meet Me In The Ruins’ is a new, diverse and dynamic piece of theatre created for Plumbline Festival – a year-long festival celebrating 100 years of Coventry’s Diocese & Cathedral.