At the heart of a busy city this ancient site of prayer continues to be a place where all are warmly welcomed.
For over thirteen hundred years this has been a centre of Christian mission and worship. Today it stands to the glory of God as a sign of the presence of a Christian community who seek to express the love of God to all who enter the building and who are committed to serving the Diocese of West Yorkshire and the Dales.
This is an active, living church and whether you come to pray quietly or to experience the rhythm of our worship; to explore the architecture and heritage or to appreciate a concert or exhibition, we hope and pray that you will discover something of the love and peace of God revealed in Jesus Christ.
The Very Reverend Jerry Lepine
Dean of Bradford
Missionaries,Saints and Scholars:
The Golden Age of the Northumbrian Church
An illustrated lecture by Professor Joyce Hill
Lay Capitular Canon of Ripon Cathedral
Sunday 23rd November at 2.30pm
followed by refreshments
Choral Evensong is at 4pm for those wishing to remain
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Bradford welcomes its new bishop
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First World War Fund - Bradford Cathedral State Gate Repairs
We are absolutely delighted that the First Word War Fund has given us this grant of £349,479 towards the repair and restoration of this piece of Bradford’s heritage. The Cathedral is keen to make a contribution to regeneration and this will transform one of the features in the centre of Bradford. The grant is an exception to the criteria for the Scheme but the Panel believed that it fell entirely within the spirit of it.
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Cathedral Appoints New Residentiary Canon
The Revd Mandy Coutts has been appointed as the new Residentiary Canon for Mission and Pastoral Development at the Cathedral Church of St Peter, Bradford.
Mandy's installation service will take place at Bradford Cathedral on Sunday 18th January 2015
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Pilgrim Course - The Future
After a successful start, we are looking to continue running the Pilgrim course next year, using new material which has been designed to help people grow in faith. The style of the course is one of reflecting on scripture together, in an atmosphere where insights, questions, and experience can be shared.
If you are interested in finding out more or joining a group next year, please talk to any of the clergy, or Sue McWhinney.
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