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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 12 June 2022 to Saturday 18 June 2022


Sunday 12 June

08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
09:15
Kings School Matins - Nave
11:00
Sung Eucharist - Quire
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
1 Jun
- 31 Dec
Making History: Church, State and Conflict - Canterbury Cathedral Crypt

A major new exhibition in Canterbury Cathedral’s Crypt allows visitors to explore up close, for the first time, a unique collection of artefacts – including the battle shield, gauntlets and jupon of medieval warrior Edward The Black Prince, and fragments of Thomas Becket’s shrine – that tell the complex, and often violent, story of Church-State relations.

Monday 13 June

07:30
Matins - Cathedral
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
14:00
Friendly Singing for Wellbeing - St Paul’s Church Hall, Canterbury, CT1 1NH

Join us each month for a fun and friendly activity for older people and their carers that focuses on the health and wellbeing benefits of singing. You’ll enjoy a variety of popular songs, followed by a cuppa and a biscuit! Led by Adrian Bawtree, Second Assistant Organist at Canterbury Cathedral.

1 Jun
- 31 Dec
Making History: Church, State and Conflict - Canterbury Cathedral Crypt

A major new exhibition in Canterbury Cathedral’s Crypt allows visitors to explore up close, for the first time, a unique collection of artefacts – including the battle shield, gauntlets and jupon of medieval warrior Edward The Black Prince, and fragments of Thomas Becket’s shrine – that tell the complex, and often violent, story of Church-State relations.

Tuesday 14 June

07:30
Matins - Cathedral
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
10:30
Talk: Sweetness and Light: Bees, Wax, and Honey - Clagett Auditorium

Terrie Chrones, food historian and member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals, returns to talk to Friends about the importance of bees, wax, and honey with examples of art, images, and culinary history, including texts from the Cathedral Library.

1 Jun
- 31 Dec
Making History: Church, State and Conflict - Canterbury Cathedral Crypt

A major new exhibition in Canterbury Cathedral’s Crypt allows visitors to explore up close, for the first time, a unique collection of artefacts – including the battle shield, gauntlets and jupon of medieval warrior Edward The Black Prince, and fragments of Thomas Becket’s shrine – that tell the complex, and often violent, story of Church-State relations.

Wednesday 15 June

07:30
Matins - Cathedral
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
12:30
Holy Communion - Chapel of Our Lady Undercroft, Crypt
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
09:00
Organ Loft - Organ Loft

No closures but organ tuning taking place throughout the day.

13:30
Summer Song Recital Series - E Crypt

3rd Recital of the Summer Song Recital Series, performed by the Choral Scholars. These lunchtime recitals are unticketed and free to attend, however please note that usual precinct charges apply.

1 Jun
- 31 Dec
Making History: Church, State and Conflict - Canterbury Cathedral Crypt

A major new exhibition in Canterbury Cathedral’s Crypt allows visitors to explore up close, for the first time, a unique collection of artefacts – including the battle shield, gauntlets and jupon of medieval warrior Edward The Black Prince, and fragments of Thomas Becket’s shrine – that tell the complex, and often violent, story of Church-State relations.

Thursday 16 June

07:30
Matins - Cathedral
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
12:30
Festal Holy Communion - Chapel of Our Lady Undercroft, Crypt

for Corpus Christi

17:30
Choral Eucharist - Quire

for Corpus Christi

1 Jun
- 31 Dec
Making History: Church, State and Conflict - Canterbury Cathedral Crypt

A major new exhibition in Canterbury Cathedral’s Crypt allows visitors to explore up close, for the first time, a unique collection of artefacts – including the battle shield, gauntlets and jupon of medieval warrior Edward The Black Prince, and fragments of Thomas Becket’s shrine – that tell the complex, and often violent, story of Church-State relations.

Friday 17 June

07:30
Matins - Cathedral
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
11:00
Crypt - Crypt

The Crypt is closed between 11:00-14:30hrs for a Wedidng. The rest of the Cathedral remains open.

19:30
In A Strange Land - Nave

A concert of words and music about migration and exile featuring Stile Antico with Lemn Sissay. Tickets from Canterbury Festival Box Office

1 Jun
- 31 Dec
Making History: Church, State and Conflict - Canterbury Cathedral Crypt

A major new exhibition in Canterbury Cathedral’s Crypt allows visitors to explore up close, for the first time, a unique collection of artefacts – including the battle shield, gauntlets and jupon of medieval warrior Edward The Black Prince, and fragments of Thomas Becket’s shrine – that tell the complex, and often violent, story of Church-State relations.

Saturday 18 June

08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
09:15
Weekend Matins - Cathedral
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
19:30
CCS Summer Concert - Nave

Spring Concert. Tickets from Canterbury Choral Society web site www.canterburychoral.co.uk/www.canterburyticketshop.com or 01227 457568

1 Jun
- 31 Dec
Making History: Church, State and Conflict - Canterbury Cathedral Crypt

A major new exhibition in Canterbury Cathedral’s Crypt allows visitors to explore up close, for the first time, a unique collection of artefacts – including the battle shield, gauntlets and jupon of medieval warrior Edward The Black Prince, and fragments of Thomas Becket’s shrine – that tell the complex, and often violent, story of Church-State relations.

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