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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 11 September 2022 to Saturday 17 September 2022


Sunday 11 September

08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
09:15
Weekend Matins - Cathedral
11:00
Sung Eucharist - Quire
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
1 Sep
- 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 12 September

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.

14:00
Heritage Open Day Talk: The Anglo-Saxon Collections of Canterbury Cathedral - Community Studio

An illustrated talk on manuscript and object collections from the Anglo-Saxon period, including items featured on the UNESCO UK Memory of the World Register. *Visitor entrance charges apply. Pre-booking required; please email archives@canterbury-cathedral.org.

1 Sep
- 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 13 September

07:30
Matins - Cathedral
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
1 Sep
- 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 14 September

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

for Holy Cross Day

17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
1 Sep
- 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 15 September

07:30
Matins - Cathedral
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
09:00
Quire - Quire

The Quire and Trinity Chapel will be closed until 11:00hrs for a private service.

1 Sep
- 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 16 September

07:30
Matins - Cathedral
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
10:00
Heritage Open Day Talk: The Oakeley Models - Viewing Gallery

A talk focusing on the extraordinary set of 19th-century miniature models of cathedrals which are on display in the Cathedral Viewing Gallery. *Visitor entrance charges apply. Pre-booking required; please email archives@canterbury-cathedral.org.

12:00
Quire - Quire

Informal Midday Recital by Mosjean Mannskor from Norway

1 Sep
- 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 17 September

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

The Centre Nave will be closed until 12:30hrs for the Book Bag Blessing Service. All are welcome to attend for the service.

11:30
Book Bag Blessing - Canterbury Cathedral, Presbytery

A 30-minute family-friendly Service to celebrate a new chapter in your child’s learning journey at the start of the school year.

14:00
Pilgrimage Service - E Crypt

Pilgrimage Service for St Thomas Akon

1 Sep
- 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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