NYE New Cathedral Opening Hours On New Year’s Eve, the New Cathedral will be open between 10 am and 12 pm but with limited access and the gift shop will be closed. We will, however, be open to all of those wishing to join us for our NYE celebrations with BYOB and BFLF Family Rave. For more information, please visit www.plumb-line2018.co.ukFacebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Email

Ruins Closed from 16th Dec – 23rd Dec and 30th – 31st Dec for SUNRISE The Ruins will be closed from 16th Dec – 23rd Dec and 30th – 31st Dec for SUNRISE SUNRISE is the final show of our PLUMBLINE FESTIVAL An unforgettable and immersive experience launches New Year’s Eve and runs until 13th January 2019 within the ruins of Coventry Cathedral. Inspired by Coventry’s ability to triumph in the face of ...

New Cathedral Closed from 1 pm this Saturday (15th Dec) The New Cathedral will be closed this Saturday 15th December from 1 pm as we prepare to welcome Coventry Cathedral Chorus for the NSPCC Christmas Concert. To book tickets for this event, please visit here https://goo.gl/bVzXWX Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Email

Holodomor Commemoration 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.Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Email

Cathedral Closures 19th – 23rd Nov 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.Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Email

Advent and Christmas 2018 Plan to join us as we prepare for and celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Email

Explore the Coventry Peace Trail Click here to see and explore the 31 landmarks on the Coventry Peace Trail.Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Email

“Magnificent, optimistic and bold…” Coventry Cathedral has been selected as one of the top ten places which tell the history of England’s art, architecture and sculpture.Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Email

Come and be a Pilgrim! Join us in exploring the challenging but beautiful Christian vision for the world, as we reflect on how to live our faith day by day.Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Email

Meet our new Assistant Director of Music! We’re delighted to announce the appointment of Rachel Mahon as our new Assistant Director of Music.Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Email

Come and hear our new piano! Coventry Cathedral now has a nine-foot grand piano…Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Email

Statement on Gaza In the light of what has been happening in Gaza this week, we wanted to express our sorrow at the violence that has resulted in deaths and more conflict between those involved.Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Email

We’re now free to enter! The Cathedral is now free to enter, with visitors invited to make a donation if they wish.Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Email

Join the 2018 Coventry Pilgrimage… We invite you to walk some or all of the Coventry Pilgrimage route in 2018.Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Email

Coventry to be 2021 City of Culture We are delighted to have been at the heart of Coventry’s successful bid to be UK City of Culture 2021.Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Email

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.Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Email

Thank you to our supporters! We are grateful to you if you have given to Coventry Cathedral.Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Email

Prayer for Brussels and Lahore 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 see the contrast between the vain efforts to terrify through indiscriminate murder, and the call of God ...

‘What lies beneath?’ – the archaeological discoveries in the Ruins 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. Joining George will be Kelley Christ, the Cathedral’s Architect; she will share the challenges of ...

Jimmy Hill Celebration 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 the event can be seen here, while the Coventry Telegraph coverage is here. Many thanks to everyone ...