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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 26 June 2022 to Saturday 2 July 2022


Sunday 26 June

08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
09:15
Weekend Matins - Cathedral
11:00
Sung Eucharist - Quire
17:30
Festal Evensong - Nave

celebrating 100 years of the RBL in Kent

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 27 June

07:30
Matins - Cathedral
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
10:00
A Day Exploring the Gardens at Canterbury Cathedral - The Canterbury Cathedral Lodge

If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need. – Marcus Tullius Cicero Join the team at Canterbury Cathedral for a fascinating day exploring gardens and garden history 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 28 June

07:30
Matins - Cathedral
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
12:00
Midday Recital by The Evans Choir of Denver University, Denver, Colorado - Quire

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.

Wednesday 29 June

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

for St Peter and St Paul, Apostles

17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
13:30
Summer Song Recital Series - E Crypt

4th 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 30 June

07:30
Matins - Cathedral
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
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.

Friday 1 July

07:30
Matins - Cathedral
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
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.

Saturday 2 July

08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
09:15
Weekend Matins - Cathedral
11:00
Ordination Service - Nave
16:30
Said Evening Prayer - E Crypt
17:30
Ordination Service - Nave
09:00
Cathedral - Cathedral

The Nave, Martyrdom, Quire and Trinity Chapel will be closed until 13:00hrs. The Crypt remains open.

15:00
Cathedral - Cathedral

Last admission will be at the earlier time of 15:00hrs.

00:00
Medieval Canterbury Pageant and Trail - Canterbury City Centre

Hear ye, hear ye! Canterbury Medieval Pageant returns for more, free, medieval mayhem for all ages (even middle ages!). Expect a colourful parade featuring historical characters and re-enactment groups, music and giants, along with a family trail through various locations in the city.

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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