Canterbury Cathedral extends a warm welcome to all during the season of Lent.
Lent is a time of renewal when Christians spend time in prayer and reflection in preparation for Holy Week and Easter, the greatest of all Christian celebrations.
The Cathedral offers a programme of reflective worship and thought-provoking study groups to encourage us to grow in faith and love.
The Cathedral Lent Group
March 12, 19, 26, April 2, 10.
The Cathedral Lodge – The Kentish Barn 19:30 – 21:00
Meditations on Praying with St Luke. Diocesan Ministry Development Officer, Neville Emslie, will lead the group in a study of the prayers of Mary, Simeon and Jesus, in St Luke’s Gospel. Using art and poetry, and by taking a close look at the texts we will be invited to see how they might enrich our own praying.
Texts will be provided and refreshments served on arrival.
Please register your interest with Cathi Martin, Canonical Secretary, via Cathedral House, 01227 762862 or via email Cathi.Martin@canterbury-cathedral.org
Love Life: Living the Gospel of Love
A series of short daily videos from The Brothers of The Society of Saint John the Evangelist, Cambridge, M.A.
The videos will delve into the Gospel of John which shapes their community life.
The videos will be available online, shown throughout the day in the Cathedral and may be listened to via a dedicated Cathedral phone line – 01227 865220.
A weekly group for those who would like to reflect together on the videos around the themes of Revelation, Invitation, Participation, Collaboration and Vocation will be held on Saturdays starting on March 15 in the Burgate Library in the Cathedral Lodge 16:15- 17:15
Bible Study ‘PAUL FOR ALL’
March 10, 17, 24, 31, April 7.
The Cathedral Lodge – Common Room 19:45 – 21:15
The former Dean of Durham, John Arnold will lead these sessions.
Please bring a Bible. Refreshments available on arrival.
No booking required.
Every Monday in Lent – March 10, 17, 24, 31 and April 7.
The Cathedral Lodge – The Kentish Barn 12:00 – 14:00.
Come and enjoy a soup and bread lunch followed by fruit crumble, tea and coffee – everything homemade by the Lent Lunch team.
Proceeds divided equally between The Citizen’s Advice Bureau and Nacro which works with disadvantaged people, offenders and those at risk of offending to help them find positive alternatives to crime – reducing crime by changing lives.