Vigil for Peace We will be hosting a multi faith peace vigil in the ruins on Wednesday, 29th March at 4.30pm. We hope you will join us, and please spread the word.
Could your financial experience help us? We’re inviting applications from suitably experienced people to become lay members of the Cathedral’s Finance Committee.
Come and join us as a Verger! We are looking for a committed Christian to take on the important responsibilities of being a Verger in Coventry Cathedral.
Pray for London Join us as we pray for those caught up in the terror attack on Westminster as we renew our commitment to pray and work together for the miracle of transformation in our hurt and hurting world.
Visitor Services Supervisor – Tower We are looking to recruit a Hub Supervisor with a proven track record in sales, to increase our visitor numbers, to improve the overall visitor experience and to help increase the commercial revenue of the Cathedral Tower.
Visitor Services Assistant – Tower We are looking for a reliable and hardworking individual to join the Visitor Services Team meeting and greeting our visitors.
Reconciliation Intern Would you like to develop your understanding of reconciliation and peace building as part of Christian mission community here at Coventry Cathedral?
The Coventry Dresden Cope At the start of today’s noon Ash Wednesday service, Bishop Christopher dedicated and then put on the Coventry Dresden Cope, designed by artist Terry Duffy.
Lent, Holy Week and Easter The way we keep Lent should make a difference for others too – but ceaseless activism is not the key building our relationship with God either. It follows, then, that a good starting point would be to ask God to help you discern how best to use this time in which your relationship with God ...
April 30th – Cathedral Annual General Meeting The Cathedral’s Annual General Meeting will take place in the Chapter House after the Cathedral Eucharist at about 12.30 pm on Sunday April 30th.
Letters to and from the Vatican An exchange of letters between Bishop and Dean of Coventry and Pope Francis.
Introducing ‘St Clare’s at the Cathedral’ Coventry Cathedral has announced that it will be launching ‘St Clare’s at the Cathedral’, a new missionary project, this autumn.
Coventry Cathedral’s welcome… (This isn’t original to us – but is something we regularly print on the front of our service booklets which has been widely reported and much appreciated…) We extend a special welcome to those who are single, married, divorced, widowed, straight, gay, confused, well-heeled or down at heel. We especially welcome wailing babies and excited toddlers. We ...
Canon Kenyon Wright We are sorry to report the death of Canon Kenyon Wright.
Coventry Statement on Syria and Iraq We can share something of our story that out of the travails of our suffering, hope rose again from the ashes of our city’s despair and we walked the long road to reconstruction and reconciliation.
Reconciliation: Reflections on Coventry’s Role We’re really pleased to release the full film of Reconciliation: Reflections on Coventry’s Role – a fascinating set of short interviews with our previous and current Canons for Reconciliation.
Coventry Cathedral: Investors in Hope 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.
Archbishop presents Coventry Cross of Nails to Pope Francis The Archbishop of Canterbury has presented Pope Francis with a silver Cross of Nails as a symbol of their partnership in the work of reconciliation.
The Archbishop of Canterbury’s new Adviser for Reconciliation The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has announced the appointment of Sarah Snyder as his new Adviser for Reconciliation.
Friends of Cathedral Music give £4,000 grant Music at Coventry Cathedral is being boosted by a grant from a new Diamond Chorister Fund to help train new choristers.