“50 Faces of the Holy Land” is a photographic exhibition that focuses on the history, diversity, joy and suffering of that region and which will be at Wakefield Cathedral from Friday.
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A service of Thanksgiving for the life and ministry of the Rt Revd Colin Buchanan, Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of Leeds, was held at Bradford Cathedral on Saturday, January 27.
The Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell joined in conversations at Wakefield Cathedral with the local business community during a special visit to the Episcopal Area.
The importance of our farmers and the work they do to feed us and protect the countryside was celebrated at a Plough Sunday service at Ripon Cathedral on Sunday, January 14.
Weekly free ‘Wednesday@One’ organ recitals have returned to Bradford Cathedral after the Christmas break, based around the six Trio Sonatas by JS Bach.
A Thanksgiving service for the life and ministry of the Rt Revd Colin Buchanan, Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of Leeds, is to be held at Bradford Cathedral on Saturday, January 27.
Progressive efforts by farmers to produce good food and manage the countryside will be celebrated at Ripon Cathedral’s Plough Sunday Service, supported by the Yorkshire Agricultural Society.
The struggles of young people living in rural areas were the topic of a recent Rural Forum held at Ripon Cathedral.
Over 350 people came to Bradford Cathedral on Sunday, December 10 for ‘Songs for Ukraine Chorus’, a Christmas Concert collaboration with Royal Opera House.
On the eve of COP28, Bradford Cathedral has become the 849th Silver Eco Church in England and Wales.