We invite you to walk some or all of the Coventry Pilgrimage route in 2018.
We are delighted to have been at the heart of Coventry’s successful bid to be UK City of Culture 2021.
We are looking for some extraordinary people, committed to supporting this iconic place, and enabling our inspirational work to continue and flourish in the years ahead.
We are grateful to you if you have given to Coventry Cathedral.
Archbishop Justin writes: “In the great Holy Week of Christian prayer and mercy, the Brussels attacks shock all those who seek peace and justice through the terrible cruelty and utter separation from all that is of God. “Once again we
Following the restoration work in the Ruins last summer, the Cathedral has invited George Demidowicz, Archaeologist, to talk about the project and the finds that were discovered underneath the flagstones of the ruined Cathedral on Thursday 10th March at 7pm.
We’re delighted that the Cathedral was packed this evening for a fantastic celebration of the life of former Coventry City manager and chairman and Match of the Day host Jimmy Hill, who died last year aged 87. The BBC report on
John Witcombe, Dean of Coventry, writes… “We are delighted to announce that Isabel Merrifield has been appointed as the Cathedral Business Manager from Wednesday 10th February. Isabel has a wealth of experience from senior roles in Coventry City Council, the
We have arrived at the morning after. The morning after the Anglican Communion has suspended the Episcopal Church of America for 3 years from various voting rights in the Communion. It is hard to see how ‘the body is one’. Feelings of hurt, outrage, sadness, grief are being flung around the airwaves and the internet. Yet the Primates have pledged to continue to ‘walk together’.
75 years after the Coventry Blitz, two new limited edition Piper screenprints are being offered to raise £100,000 for Coventry Cathedral. John Piper showed great generosity towards cathedrals and churches. We hope that in offering these prints we can help