Canterbury Cathedral is more than just a beautiful old building. It is a place of worship, a place to meet, a sanctuary, a haven, a celebration, a place of joy and occasionally sadness, but most of all it is alive with the people who make the Cathedral what it is today.
The Cathedral is a working, living church which maintains a tradition of welcome and worship that has been practised here for over 1,400 years. We employ more than 300 staff who are supported by more than 600+ dedicated volunteers.read more »
The Friends are the Cathedral's fan club. Admirers of the building, its history and its community, Friends are a part of the Cathedral and work together to preserve it for ever, contributing to many individual and vital projects.read more »
The Cathedral relies heavily on its team of volunteers to provide a warm Ministry of Welcome to its many worshippers and visitors. Volunteering at the Cathedral can be extremely rewarding, whether you contribute as a Flower Arranger, 'Holy Duster', Bellringer, Steward, Sunday Club Assistant or Cathedral Guide / Welcomer / Chaplain.read more »
We are hugely grateful to the many people who support the Cathedral practically and financially. Their support helps to safeguard the Cathedral for future generations and ensures that the Cathedral is a safe as well as beautiful place to visit and worship in.read more »
The Cathedral employs some 300 staff and relies on 600+ volunteers to carry out its mission. Details of the organisation may be found here.read more »
For any information or queries, please contact us, firstname.lastname@example.org or tel. +44 (0) 1227 762862.read more »