‘The Ramryge Angels’, an exhibition of six sculpted Perspex angel figures illuminating the stages of the bereavement process, are set be displayed in the Cathedral during Lent
Gloucester Cathedral is seeking to appoint a motivated and enthusiastic individual as part of its verger team
The Cathedral Coffee Shop will be closed on Monday 8th December for scheduled essential maintenance. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.
On Sunday 30th November all are welcome to join us for an Advent Carol Service. Admission is free and no ticket is required, just come along and experience this majestic candlelit service that marks the start of Advent.
On Sunday 16th November a packed Cathedral, plus 3 Kings and 3 Camels, celebrated the switch on of the city's Christmas lights. This year's theme for the lamtern parade was the much loved carol "We Three Kings of Orient Are"
Gloucester Cathedral will hold a Service of Remembrance on Sunday 9 November at 3.00pm.
Attending the service will be Civic Dignitaries, including the High Sheriff and Vice Lord-Lieutenant, members of the Royal British Legion, Royal Naval Association, Gloucester Sea Cadets, serving and ex-members of the Armed Forces.
The Farewell Service for Bishop Michael is not taking place, as previously published. A Sung Evensong in memory of Gloria Finch will take place at 4.30pm and all are welcome to attend.
Budding artists will be able to get inspiration from some of Britain’s most successful sculptors this half-term. As Gloucester Cathedral prepares for the final week of the Crucible2 exhibition, families are being invited to see the free display next week.
Gloucester Cathedral are seeking to appoint an: Alto Lay Clerk (male or female) from April 2015 and a Tenor Lay Clerk from September 2015
The Music Department of Gloucester Cathedral are hoping to raise £8,000 to subsidise the cost of taking the Cathedral’s flourishing Youth Choir (ages 13-19) on tour to its link diocese in Västerås, Sweden, in April 2015.
The highly acclaimed and truly stunning Crucible2 exhibition at Gloucester Cathedral closes its doors on Friday 31st October, leaving only 2 more weekends in which visitors can experience this feast of contemporary art.
From 20th-31st October, Gloucester Cathedral, once again in partnership with Willans LLP solicitors, is running its ‘Make a will fortnight’ to encourage people to make a basic will or update an existing will free of charge.
Over 1000 people flocked to have their picture taken with the Webb Ellis Cup (Rugby World Cup) which was on display in the Lady Chapel at Gloucester Cathedral on Saturday 20th September in celebration of the “One Year To Go” until the first Rugby World Cup tournament match at Kingsholm on Sept 19th 2015.
Crucible2 opens at Gloucester Cathedral.
Art lovers will be descending on Gloucester Cathedral from Monday 1 September with the opening of the Crucible2 exhibition. The free event, which runs until 31 October, features 100 pieces, created by 61 artists, placed in and around the medieval building.
Gloucester Cathedral is seeking to employ a part time, permanent Accounts Assistant.