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Sunday 5 May 2019 to Saturday 11 May 2019


Sunday 5 May

08:00
Sunday Holy Communion
- Quire
09:30
Sunday Matins (said)
- Quire
11:00
Sung Eucharist
- Quire
15:15
Choral Evensong
- Quire
18:30
Kings School Evensong
- Quire
1 May
- 9 Oct
- Clagett Auditorium
Book here Six presentations by leading public speakers looking through/at Canterbury Cathedral's stained glass windows, the biblical figures they illustrate and their relevance for today. These talks are supported by The Friends of Canterbury Cathedral in association with the University of Kent. 1 May Rabbi Dr. Deborah Kahn-Harris (Principal, Leo Baeck College) Who Do You Think You Are?: The Use of Genealogies in the Construction of Identity from the Bible to the BBC 8 May Professor Vincent Lloyd (Villanova University USA) Ambivalence of Charisma: Moses from Hollywood to Canterbury 15 May Professor Ben Quash and Dr Michelle Fletcher (King's College London) Where Do I Turn? Genesis 19 on When Things Fall Apart 18 September Professor Tod Linafelt (Georgetown University, USA) What Does it Mean to be Human?: Adam (and Eve) Inside and Outside the Garden 25 September Neil McGregor (Founding Director Humboldt Forum, Berlin; former Director of the British Museum) The Shepherds, the Magi and the Presentation in the Temple 9 October Paula Gooder (British theologian, Canon Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral) On Veiling and Unveiling: Church and Synagogue in Stained Glass and the Writings of Paul Tickets £8 per talk or £35 for the series. Entrance FREE for school students and teachers. All places, free and paid-for, must be reserved in advance. Arrive at 18.30 in the Cathedral for a guided tour of the windows (or at 17.30 for Choral Evensong beforehand). Talk begins at 19.00pm.

Monday 6 May

08:00
Holy Communion
- Cathedral
08:30
Kings School Morning Prayers
- Nave
09:00
Crypt opening later
- Crypt
The Crypt will not open until 10.00 hrs after morning services.
09:30
Matins
- Jesus Chapel
17:30
Choral Evensong
- Quire
1 May
- 9 Oct
- Clagett Auditorium
Book here Six presentations by leading public speakers looking through/at Canterbury Cathedral's stained glass windows, the biblical figures they illustrate and their relevance for today. These talks are supported by The Friends of Canterbury Cathedral in association with the University of Kent. 1 May Rabbi Dr. Deborah Kahn-Harris (Principal, Leo Baeck College) Who Do You Think You Are?: The Use of Genealogies in the Construction of Identity from the Bible to the BBC 8 May Professor Vincent Lloyd (Villanova University USA) Ambivalence of Charisma: Moses from Hollywood to Canterbury 15 May Professor Ben Quash and Dr Michelle Fletcher (King's College London) Where Do I Turn? Genesis 19 on When Things Fall Apart 18 September Professor Tod Linafelt (Georgetown University, USA) What Does it Mean to be Human?: Adam (and Eve) Inside and Outside the Garden 25 September Neil McGregor (Founding Director Humboldt Forum, Berlin; former Director of the British Museum) The Shepherds, the Magi and the Presentation in the Temple 9 October Paula Gooder (British theologian, Canon Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral) On Veiling and Unveiling: Church and Synagogue in Stained Glass and the Writings of Paul Tickets £8 per talk or £35 for the series. Entrance FREE for school students and teachers. All places, free and paid-for, must be reserved in advance. Arrive at 18.30 in the Cathedral for a guided tour of the windows (or at 17.30 for Choral Evensong beforehand). Talk begins at 19.00pm.

Tuesday 7 May

08:00
Holy Communion
- Cathedral
07:30
Matins
- Martyrdom Chapel
08:30
Kings School Morning Prayers
- Nave
17:30
Choral Evensong
- Quire
1 May
- 9 Oct
- Clagett Auditorium
Book here Six presentations by leading public speakers looking through/at Canterbury Cathedral's stained glass windows, the biblical figures they illustrate and their relevance for today. These talks are supported by The Friends of Canterbury Cathedral in association with the University of Kent. 1 May Rabbi Dr. Deborah Kahn-Harris (Principal, Leo Baeck College) Who Do You Think You Are?: The Use of Genealogies in the Construction of Identity from the Bible to the BBC 8 May Professor Vincent Lloyd (Villanova University USA) Ambivalence of Charisma: Moses from Hollywood to Canterbury 15 May Professor Ben Quash and Dr Michelle Fletcher (King's College London) Where Do I Turn? Genesis 19 on When Things Fall Apart 18 September Professor Tod Linafelt (Georgetown University, USA) What Does it Mean to be Human?: Adam (and Eve) Inside and Outside the Garden 25 September Neil McGregor (Founding Director Humboldt Forum, Berlin; former Director of the British Museum) The Shepherds, the Magi and the Presentation in the Temple 9 October Paula Gooder (British theologian, Canon Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral) On Veiling and Unveiling: Church and Synagogue in Stained Glass and the Writings of Paul Tickets £8 per talk or £35 for the series. Entrance FREE for school students and teachers. All places, free and paid-for, must be reserved in advance. Arrive at 18.30 in the Cathedral for a guided tour of the windows (or at 17.30 for Choral Evensong beforehand). Talk begins at 19.00pm.

Wednesday 8 May

07:30
Matins
- Martyrdom Chapel
08:00
Holy Communion
- Cathedral
12:30
Nave closed
- Nave
The Nave is closed from 12.30 - 15.45 hrs for the Simon Langton Boys School Commemoration Service. The rest of the Cathedral is open as usual.
12:30
Holy Communion
- W Crypt
14:30
Simon Langton School for Boys - Commemoration Service
- Nave
17:30
Choral Evensong
- Quire
1 May
- 9 Oct
- Clagett Auditorium
Book here Six presentations by leading public speakers looking through/at Canterbury Cathedral's stained glass windows, the biblical figures they illustrate and their relevance for today. These talks are supported by The Friends of Canterbury Cathedral in association with the University of Kent. 1 May Rabbi Dr. Deborah Kahn-Harris (Principal, Leo Baeck College) Who Do You Think You Are?: The Use of Genealogies in the Construction of Identity from the Bible to the BBC 8 May Professor Vincent Lloyd (Villanova University USA) Ambivalence of Charisma: Moses from Hollywood to Canterbury 15 May Professor Ben Quash and Dr Michelle Fletcher (King's College London) Where Do I Turn? Genesis 19 on When Things Fall Apart 18 September Professor Tod Linafelt (Georgetown University, USA) What Does it Mean to be Human?: Adam (and Eve) Inside and Outside the Garden 25 September Neil McGregor (Founding Director Humboldt Forum, Berlin; former Director of the British Museum) The Shepherds, the Magi and the Presentation in the Temple 9 October Paula Gooder (British theologian, Canon Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral) On Veiling and Unveiling: Church and Synagogue in Stained Glass and the Writings of Paul Tickets £8 per talk or £35 for the series. Entrance FREE for school students and teachers. All places, free and paid-for, must be reserved in advance. Arrive at 18.30 in the Cathedral for a guided tour of the windows (or at 17.30 for Choral Evensong beforehand). Talk begins at 19.00pm.

Thursday 9 May

08:00
Holy Communion
- Cathedral
07:30
Matins
- Martyrdom Chapel
08:30
Kings School Morning Prayers
- Nave
17:30
Choral Evensong
- Quire
1 May
- 9 Oct
- Clagett Auditorium
Book here Six presentations by leading public speakers looking through/at Canterbury Cathedral's stained glass windows, the biblical figures they illustrate and their relevance for today. These talks are supported by The Friends of Canterbury Cathedral in association with the University of Kent. 1 May Rabbi Dr. Deborah Kahn-Harris (Principal, Leo Baeck College) Who Do You Think You Are?: The Use of Genealogies in the Construction of Identity from the Bible to the BBC 8 May Professor Vincent Lloyd (Villanova University USA) Ambivalence of Charisma: Moses from Hollywood to Canterbury 15 May Professor Ben Quash and Dr Michelle Fletcher (King's College London) Where Do I Turn? Genesis 19 on When Things Fall Apart 18 September Professor Tod Linafelt (Georgetown University, USA) What Does it Mean to be Human?: Adam (and Eve) Inside and Outside the Garden 25 September Neil McGregor (Founding Director Humboldt Forum, Berlin; former Director of the British Museum) The Shepherds, the Magi and the Presentation in the Temple 9 October Paula Gooder (British theologian, Canon Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral) On Veiling and Unveiling: Church and Synagogue in Stained Glass and the Writings of Paul Tickets £8 per talk or £35 for the series. Entrance FREE for school students and teachers. All places, free and paid-for, must be reserved in advance. Arrive at 18.30 in the Cathedral for a guided tour of the windows (or at 17.30 for Choral Evensong beforehand). Talk begins at 19.00pm.

Friday 10 May

07:30
Matins
- Martyrdom Chapel
08:00
Holy Communion
- Cathedral
08:30
Kings School Morning Prayers
- Nave
12:00
Confessions
- Holy Innocents
17:30
Choral Evensong
- Quire
1 May
- 9 Oct
- Clagett Auditorium
Book here Six presentations by leading public speakers looking through/at Canterbury Cathedral's stained glass windows, the biblical figures they illustrate and their relevance for today. These talks are supported by The Friends of Canterbury Cathedral in association with the University of Kent. 1 May Rabbi Dr. Deborah Kahn-Harris (Principal, Leo Baeck College) Who Do You Think You Are?: The Use of Genealogies in the Construction of Identity from the Bible to the BBC 8 May Professor Vincent Lloyd (Villanova University USA) Ambivalence of Charisma: Moses from Hollywood to Canterbury 15 May Professor Ben Quash and Dr Michelle Fletcher (King's College London) Where Do I Turn? Genesis 19 on When Things Fall Apart 18 September Professor Tod Linafelt (Georgetown University, USA) What Does it Mean to be Human?: Adam (and Eve) Inside and Outside the Garden 25 September Neil McGregor (Founding Director Humboldt Forum, Berlin; former Director of the British Museum) The Shepherds, the Magi and the Presentation in the Temple 9 October Paula Gooder (British theologian, Canon Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral) On Veiling and Unveiling: Church and Synagogue in Stained Glass and the Writings of Paul Tickets £8 per talk or £35 for the series. Entrance FREE for school students and teachers. All places, free and paid-for, must be reserved in advance. Arrive at 18.30 in the Cathedral for a guided tour of the windows (or at 17.30 for Choral Evensong beforehand). Talk begins at 19.00pm.

Saturday 11 May

08:00
Saturday Holy Communion
- Cathedral
09:30
Saturday Matins
- Jesus Chapel
11:45
Quire and Trinity Chapel closed
- Quire
The Quire and Trinity Chapel are closed from 11.45 for the rest of the day for a wedding followed by a service. The Chapter House is closed all day.
13:00
Wedding Ceremony
- Quire
Wedding Ceremony for the Condry party, officiated by the Dean
16:00
Evensong and Farewell to the Bishop of Dover
- Nave
1 May
- 9 Oct
- Clagett Auditorium
Book here Six presentations by leading public speakers looking through/at Canterbury Cathedral's stained glass windows, the biblical figures they illustrate and their relevance for today. These talks are supported by The Friends of Canterbury Cathedral in association with the University of Kent. 1 May Rabbi Dr. Deborah Kahn-Harris (Principal, Leo Baeck College) Who Do You Think You Are?: The Use of Genealogies in the Construction of Identity from the Bible to the BBC 8 May Professor Vincent Lloyd (Villanova University USA) Ambivalence of Charisma: Moses from Hollywood to Canterbury 15 May Professor Ben Quash and Dr Michelle Fletcher (King's College London) Where Do I Turn? Genesis 19 on When Things Fall Apart 18 September Professor Tod Linafelt (Georgetown University, USA) What Does it Mean to be Human?: Adam (and Eve) Inside and Outside the Garden 25 September Neil McGregor (Founding Director Humboldt Forum, Berlin; former Director of the British Museum) The Shepherds, the Magi and the Presentation in the Temple 9 October Paula Gooder (British theologian, Canon Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral) On Veiling and Unveiling: Church and Synagogue in Stained Glass and the Writings of Paul Tickets £8 per talk or £35 for the series. Entrance FREE for school students and teachers. All places, free and paid-for, must be reserved in advance. Arrive at 18.30 in the Cathedral for a guided tour of the windows (or at 17.30 for Choral Evensong beforehand). Talk begins at 19.00pm.
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