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Click on the date to see the calendar; select the month, date and year; choose Day, Week or Month view, and then click on the arrow on the right to see details of all services and events in your selected period.

Sunday 19 January 2020 to Saturday 25 January 2020


Sunday 19 January

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

Kings School Evensong and admission of scholars

Monday 20 January

07:30
Matins - Martyrdom Chapel
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
20 Jan
- 27 Jan
Copes for Canterbury Seminar - Canterbury Cathedral

A unique chance to get up close (and personal!) with some of the Cathedral’s medieval and modern vestments and textiles.

Tuesday 21 January

08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
07:30
Matins - Martyrdom Chapel
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
11:30
Piping Up! - Quire

Please note, this event is fully booked. Join David Flood, Organist and Master of Choristers, and Andrew Scott, Head Voicer from Harrison & Harrison organ builders, to be some of the first to hear the new Cathedral Organ being played. David will explain his vision for the instrument and why the Cathedral’s organ needed rebuilding.

20 Jan
- 27 Jan
Copes for Canterbury Seminar - Canterbury Cathedral

A unique chance to get up close (and personal!) with some of the Cathedral’s medieval and modern vestments and textiles.

Wednesday 22 January

08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
07:30
Matins - Martyrdom Chapel
12:30
Holy Communion - W Crypt
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
20 Jan
- 27 Jan
Copes for Canterbury Seminar - Canterbury Cathedral

A unique chance to get up close (and personal!) with some of the Cathedral’s medieval and modern vestments and textiles.

Thursday 23 January

08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
07:30
Matins - Martyrdom Chapel
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
19:00
The Translation of Becket and the Young Henry III - Clagett Auditorium

A lecture given by David Carpenter, Professor of Medieval History at King’s College London. This is the first event in Canterbury for the Becket 2020 anniversary commemorations and is presented by the Canterbury Branch of the Historical Association. No need to book.   To see the full programme of Historical Association events click here.

20 Jan
- 27 Jan
Copes for Canterbury Seminar - Canterbury Cathedral

A unique chance to get up close (and personal!) with some of the Cathedral’s medieval and modern vestments and textiles.

Friday 24 January

07:30
Matins - Martyrdom Chapel
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
12:00
Confessions - Holy Innocents
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
12:45
Crypt - Crypt

The Crypt will be closed from 12.45-15.15 hrs for a Wedding Ceremony. The rest of the Cathedral remains open as usual.

14:00
Wedding Ceremony - Crypt

Wedding Ceremony for the Thorpe famliy, Canon Emma officiating

20 Jan
- 27 Jan
Copes for Canterbury Seminar - Canterbury Cathedral

A unique chance to get up close (and personal!) with some of the Cathedral’s medieval and modern vestments and textiles.

Saturday 25 January

08:00
Saturday Holy Communion - Cathedral
09:30
Saturday Matins - Jesus Chapel
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
19:30
Canterbury Choral Society Concert - Nave

Winter Concert. Tickets from the Canterbury Ticket Shop on 01227 787787 or www.canterburyticketshop.com

19:30
Rachmaninoff All-Night Vigil - Nave

Canterbury Choral Society return to the Cathedral to perform Rachmaninoff All-Night Vigil with the acclaimed Epiphoni Consort and their conductor Tim Reader. Rachmaninoff wrote his All-Night Vigil early in 1915 and it remains one of his most inspiring and evocative work.

20 Jan
- 27 Jan
Copes for Canterbury Seminar - Canterbury Cathedral

A unique chance to get up close (and personal!) with some of the Cathedral’s medieval and modern vestments and textiles.

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