Worship location changes from 28th July
Due to the Terry Hall Home Sessions happening across the New Cathedral and Ruins from 29th July – 1st August our services will be a little different this week with a special joint Sunday Service at Holy Trinity from 10.30am and from Wednesday lunchtime the rest of our services will be online only. View the ...
Visiting safely – Step four of the government guidelines
As we move into Step Four of the government COVID-19 guidelines, the Cathedral is now fully open to visitors from 10am to 4pm from Monday to Saturday, and from 12.30pm to 3pm on Sunday. In order to keep our staff and visitors safe we are following Government and Church of England guidance on COVID-19.
To help ...
Passing on the baton – Cathedral Cycle Relay
On Friday afternoon the Cathedral team were delighted to greet the CCR relay cyclists from Worcester Cathedral. On Saturday morning the Coventry Cathedral team with Shaun Cutler cycled to Birmingham Cathedral and handed the baton to Dean Matt Thompson.
The inaugural Cathedrals Cycle Route – which started from Newcastle Cathedral on Sunday 30 May to coincide ...
Faith leaders come together at Coventry Cathedral for National Day of Thanks
Faith leaders from across the City and some traveling in will take part in a moment of reflection and thanks as part of the first ever Thank You Day being held in the Cathedral Ruins on Sunday July 4th from 9.30 am.
Hosted by Dean of the Cathedral, The Very Revd. John Witcombe, special guests will ...
What a difference a day makes
Today we are delighted to have George Marsh (pictured) as a supporter of our Adopt-a-Day Campaign. The 1st July is actually his wedding anniversary. Now George is urging others to follow suit and help the Cathedral stay open to all visitors by donating £365, which then allows you to mark a special day or anniversary with ...
During the on-going Covid-19 situation you are welcome to visit as long as you are free of symptoms. Please keep a distance of at least 2 metres between your household or bubble and other people. You will be encouraged to wear a mask within the New Cathedral unless you are exempt from doing so.
We are ...
Monday lunchtime organ recitals from May to October at 12.30 pm
Welcome to Coventry Cathedral’s Lunchtime Organ Music series, running from May to October 2021. We are delighted to offer a wonderful variety of music and musicians for you to enjoy, blending some of the finest young talent with renowned concert artists.
The Duke of Edinburgh
We offer Her Majesty the Queen and all the Royal Family our deep condolences and the assurance of our prayers following the death of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh.
Special services were live-streamed from the Cathedral on the evenings of Friday April 9th and Friday April 16th. These can be found on the Cathedral’s ...
Dean John’s message of condolence
Following the news today of the death of the Duke of Edinburgh, Dean John has shared this message of condolence:
‘We were very sorry to hear of the death this morning of HRH the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. We would like to assure Her Majesty the Queen, and members of the royal family, of ...
Cathedral school tours to continue through lockdown!
For generations of Coventry’s schoolchildren a trip to the Cathedral has been a highlight of the academic year. But, as a result of lockdown, it’s not possible for this year’s cohort to visit Spence’s masterpiece.
Head of Education at the Cathedral, Emma Griffiths, reached out on social media for help so the Cathedral could continue ...
COVID safety information and FAQs
Can I visit the Cathedral?
As of the 17th of May, in line with current government restrictions, the Cathedral is once more open for tourists. If you are visiting in a group you are able to do so within the legal gathering limits (up to 30 people outdoors, or up to 6 people or 2 households/bubbles ...
Farewell to Kerry Beaumont
The Cathedral community said farewell to its Director of Music, Kerry Beaumont, on Sunday.
The Report of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sex Abuse
This week has seen the report of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sex Abuse (IICSA), with much for the Church to repent of, learn from and change.
We are an award-winning Cathedral!
Coventry Cathedral has been voted as ‘Best Historic Attraction or Venue’ in the annual Group Leisure & Travel Awards
Despite the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s Group Leisure & Travel Awards ceremony were announced in a special online broadcast recognising the top attractions, tour operators and experiences as voted for by group travel ...
Yes, we’re ‘Good to Go’!
We have received confirmation that our application for the ‘We’re Good To Go’ Industry Standard has been successful.
Places of worship are now permitted to open – and we look forward to welcoming you!
Some videos/audio files worth watching and listening to…
Watch some excellent videos from City Praise and Prayer here in Coventry and the Kaiser Wilhelm Church in Berlin.
A Message from the Dean to the local Civic and Business Community
Please be assured of our thoughts and prayers at this time – the live streaming of daily services can be found online on our Facebook site and visitors to our website can now light a candle and leave a special message.
Introducing the Parish Giving Scheme
Coventry Cathedral has joined the Parish Giving Scheme.
Listen over the phone…
We’re acutely aware that not everyone has access to the internet and so have now started a service which means that you can listen to the latest recording of a Sunday service from Coventry Cathedral over the telephone. You can choose between listening to the whole service, hearing just the sermon or enjoying an anthem ...