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
Revd Canon Mandy Coutts' Installation
A full Cathedral, including Area Bishop the Rt Revd Toby Howarth and members of the College of Canons, saw the Revd Mandy Coutts installed as Residentiary Canon by the Rt Revd Nick Baines yesterday (Sunday 18th January).
Canon Mandy’s opening sermon is available at /media/
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The Eye of the Beholder
We very much regret that the Eye of the Beholder exhibition has been cancelled due to circumstances beyond our control
Le Grand Return
It’s 1994 and the 50th anniversary of D Day looms. Tommy, Alf and Edwin are incarcerated in Coldrick Nursing Home. In spite of his ever-worsening heart condition, D Day veteran Tommy is determined to break out and rejoin his old comrades on the Normandy beaches. But how will they all get out - and what will happen along the way? This gentle comedy drama is about love, remembrance, war and peace.
Monday 9th February at 8.00pm
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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Pilgrim Course - The Future
Pilgrim Course – The Future
After a successful start, the Pilgrim Group will continue in 2015, using new material which has been designed to help people grow in faith. We will be meeting on Tuesday evenings, 7.30pm to 9pm, beginning 20th January. The evenings will include time to reflect on scripture together, in an atmosphere where insights, questions, and experience can be shared. The 2015 series will be suitable for people at all stages on the journey of Christian discipleship, and you are welcome to join us.
If you are interested in finding out more or joining the group, please talk to any of the clergy, or Sue McWhinney c/o the Cathedral Office on 01274 777720.
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There is no entry charge to Bradford Cathedral but we are grateful for any contribution you can make towards our running costs. If you are a tax payer, please consider using one of our yellow Gift Aid envelopes which enables us to reclaim the tax on your donation. If you would prefer your donation to go to a particular fund (fabric, flowers, ministry, or mission) please indicate on the envelope
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