On the Streets of Gloucester
Hundreds of people flocked to the Cathedral on Good Friday, to see a first for Gloucester Cathedral and the city's churches as they came together to perform a brand new telling of the Passion, the last hours of Christ in the streets of Gloucester.
Gloucester Cathedral has announced that Jonathan Hope is to be the new Assistant Director of Music. Jonathan comes to us from Winchester Cathedral, where he has been Organ Scholar since 2012.
The Bishop of Gloucester, the Right Revd Michael Perham, will for the first time, present long service awards to people who have served the life of the Church in and around Gloucestershire.
Our next Informal Lunchtime Concert performed by the Jubilate Chamber Choir will be held in the Cathedral on Saturday 8 February at 1.00pm.
Numbers of people attending the Cathedral at Christmas continues to grow as, despite the poor weather initially, thousands came to services at Christmas.
Gloucester Cathedral is seeking to appoint a Singing Development Leader Working to the Director of Music: Adrian Partington
Gloucester Cathedral’s choirs are limbering up for a marathon carol-singing session on Saturday 14th December. Aimed specially at the busy Christmas shopper, Carols on the Hour are bite-sized bursts of festive praise sung by the Cathedral choirs on the hour between 11am and 4pm.
The Very Reverend Stephen Lake, Dean of Gloucester announced that Gloucester Cathedral will commemorate the life of Nelson Mandela.
Gloucester Cathedral is the place to be on Saturday 7 December for young and old alike. Younger visitors can come and discover the "Real Santa Claus".
What does the Cathedral mean to you? Read on to see what Gloucester Cathedral's new Vision & Strategy 2013-18 document has to say and why we are asking you to give us your valuable feedback....
Every Wednesday until 30 October come and experience the cathedral’s historic Library by joining one of our new tours for 2013. You will also enjoy access to the Triforium exhibition and the Whispering Gallery which is included in the cost of your ticket.
Celebrated opera singer Sarah Connolly CBE and Gloucester Cathedral have today announced a charity festival to raise funds for a new stained glass window in memory of Gloucestershire composer, Ivor Gurney.
A life size statue of Abbess Kyneburga will be installed in Gloucester Cathedral on Tuesday 25 June 2013 with a service of dedication taking place during Choral Evensong at 5.30pm to which all are welcome.
The Gloucester Cathedral Choir earlier this year earned five feathers in its cap, for five of its young members gained Scholarships to the choir of King’s College, Cambridge.
Renowned opera singer Sarah Connolly CBE and Gloucester Cathedral are delighted to announce details of a charity festival