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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 25 September 2022 to Saturday 1 October 2022


Sunday 25 September

08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
09:15
Kings School Matins - Nave
11:00
Sung Eucharist - Quire
17:30
Choral Evensong with Admission of Readers - Nave

Annual service featuring the Admission of Readers, service is open to all.

15:00
Cathedral - Cathedral

Last admission into the Cathedral will be at the earlier time of 15:00hrs. The Cathedral closes at 16:00hrs.

21 Sep
- 25 Sep
Exhibition: ‘The Road to Santiago’ - Community Studio

An exhibition by Torin Brown detailing his experiences while walking on pilgrimage to Santiago. Torin will also give a talk on his pilgrimage on 21 September. This exhibition is part of The Kent Pilgrims’ Festival, which takes place from 21 to 25 September 2022.

21 Sep
- 25 Sep
Exhibition: ‘The Road to Santiago’ - Community Studio

An exhibition by Torin Brown detailing his experiences while walking on pilgrimage to Santiago. Torin will also give a talk on his pilgrimage on 21 September. This exhibition is part of The Kent Pilgrims’ Festival, which takes place from 21 to 25 September 2022.

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 26 September

07:30
Matins - Cathedral
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
14:30
Funeral Service - Crypt

for the late Mr Willet Fernando, officiated by Canon Tim Naish

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 27 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 28 September

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

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

for St Michael and All Angels

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.

Friday 30 September

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

The Nave, Martyrdom, Quire and Trinity Chapel will be closed until 12:30hrs for a private service. The Crypt, Great cloister and the Precincts remain open.

10:30
CCCU Jubilee Celebration and Service - Nave

Entry for ticket-holders only

18:15
Autumn Organ Recital Series: Jamie Rogers - Quire

Join us for the first Organ Recital in our Autumn series, given by Jamie Rogers, our Assistant Director of Music. In 2022 Jamie was appointed as Assistant Director of Music, having previously worked as the Assistant Director of Music at St Marylebone Parish Church and the Head of Jazz Studies at Queen Mary’s University, London.

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 1 October

08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
09:15
Weekend Matins - 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.

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