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Sunday 14 October 2018 to Saturday 20 October 2018


Sunday 14 October

6 Oct
- 14 Oct
-
Take a stroll around the Precincts to find the Harvest Festival scarecrows. Donations to the Canterbury Food Bank are encouraged and may be left at collection points in The Precincts on the day you visit. This is a  Family Friends of Canterbury Cathedral  event and is open to all.
1 Oct
- 28 Nov
- The Crypt
Sacred Space is a collaboration between the Cathedral and Canterbury Christ Church University Chaplaincy and is a service particularly for young adults. It is held every Wednesday evening during term-time in the Cathedral Crypt and starts at 19.00 hrs.
1 Oct
- 12 Nov
- The Quire and the Buffs' Chapel
There But Not There a nationwide installation for the fallen. It is hoped that these nationwide installations will be one of the defining centenary commemoration of the end of the 1914-1918 war, with the silhouettes being installed where the men and women came from across the country, back in the communities they left behind.
26 May
- 11 Nov
- Cathedral
A series of installations by international artists Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg, reflecting on themes of war and remembrance, migration and refugees.
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 Eucharist
- Quire
Kings School Evening Eucharist

Monday 15 October

1 Oct
- 28 Nov
- The Crypt
Sacred Space is a collaboration between the Cathedral and Canterbury Christ Church University Chaplaincy and is a service particularly for young adults. It is held every Wednesday evening during term-time in the Cathedral Crypt and starts at 19.00 hrs.
1 Oct
- 12 Nov
- The Quire and the Buffs' Chapel
There But Not There a nationwide installation for the fallen. It is hoped that these nationwide installations will be one of the defining centenary commemoration of the end of the 1914-1918 war, with the silhouettes being installed where the men and women came from across the country, back in the communities they left behind.
26 May
- 11 Nov
- Cathedral
A series of installations by international artists Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg, reflecting on themes of war and remembrance, migration and refugees.
07:30
Matins
- Martyrdom Chapel
08:00
Holy Communion
- Cathedral
17:30
Choral Evensong
- Quire

Tuesday 16 October

1 Oct
- 28 Nov
- The Crypt
Sacred Space is a collaboration between the Cathedral and Canterbury Christ Church University Chaplaincy and is a service particularly for young adults. It is held every Wednesday evening during term-time in the Cathedral Crypt and starts at 19.00 hrs.
1 Oct
- 12 Nov
- The Quire and the Buffs' Chapel
There But Not There a nationwide installation for the fallen. It is hoped that these nationwide installations will be one of the defining centenary commemoration of the end of the 1914-1918 war, with the silhouettes being installed where the men and women came from across the country, back in the communities they left behind.
26 May
- 11 Nov
- Cathedral
A series of installations by international artists Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg, reflecting on themes of war and remembrance, migration and refugees.
07:30
Matins
- Martyrdom Chapel
08:00
Holy Communion
- Cathedral
17:30
Choral Evensong
- Quire

Wednesday 17 October

1 Oct
- 28 Nov
- The Crypt
Sacred Space is a collaboration between the Cathedral and Canterbury Christ Church University Chaplaincy and is a service particularly for young adults. It is held every Wednesday evening during term-time in the Cathedral Crypt and starts at 19.00 hrs.
1 Oct
- 12 Nov
- The Quire and the Buffs' Chapel
There But Not There a nationwide installation for the fallen. It is hoped that these nationwide installations will be one of the defining centenary commemoration of the end of the 1914-1918 war, with the silhouettes being installed where the men and women came from across the country, back in the communities they left behind.
26 May
- 11 Nov
- Cathedral
A series of installations by international artists Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg, reflecting on themes of war and remembrance, migration and refugees.
07:30
Matins
- Martyrdom Chapel
08:00
Holy Communion
- Cathedral
12:30
Holy Communion
- W Crypt
17:30
Choral Evensong
- Quire
19:00
Sacred Spaces
- Crypt
Sacred Spaces: Prayer, Song & Discussion.

Thursday 18 October

1 Oct
- 28 Nov
- The Crypt
Sacred Space is a collaboration between the Cathedral and Canterbury Christ Church University Chaplaincy and is a service particularly for young adults. It is held every Wednesday evening during term-time in the Cathedral Crypt and starts at 19.00 hrs.
1 Oct
- 12 Nov
- The Quire and the Buffs' Chapel
There But Not There a nationwide installation for the fallen. It is hoped that these nationwide installations will be one of the defining centenary commemoration of the end of the 1914-1918 war, with the silhouettes being installed where the men and women came from across the country, back in the communities they left behind.
26 May
- 11 Nov
- Cathedral
A series of installations by international artists Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg, reflecting on themes of war and remembrance, migration and refugees.
07:30
Matins
- Martyrdom Chapel
08:00
Holy Communion
- Cathedral
09:30
Coffin arrival
- Crypt
Coffin arrival for the Ingals funeral
12:30
Festal Communion Service
- W Crypt
Festal Communion Service for St Luke
13:30
Crypt closed
- Crypt
The Crypt is closed from 13.30 until 16.00 hrs for a funeral. Last admission to the Crypt will be at 13.15. The rest of the Cathedral will be open as usual.
14:30
Funeral Service
- Crypt
Funeral Service for the late Sheila Ingall, officated by the Dean
17:30
Choral Evensong
- Quire

Friday 19 October

19 Oct
- 19 Feb
- PACCAR Gallery, British Library London NW1 2DB
Items from the Cathedral’s historic collection are off to London from an exhibition of Anglo-Saxon Life. See the tiny beautiful Anglo-Saxon sundial and the early 10th century Fonthill Letter, the earliest known example of a personal letter from a layman to the King of England.
1 Oct
- 28 Nov
- The Crypt
Sacred Space is a collaboration between the Cathedral and Canterbury Christ Church University Chaplaincy and is a service particularly for young adults. It is held every Wednesday evening during term-time in the Cathedral Crypt and starts at 19.00 hrs.
1 Oct
- 12 Nov
- The Quire and the Buffs' Chapel
There But Not There a nationwide installation for the fallen. It is hoped that these nationwide installations will be one of the defining centenary commemoration of the end of the 1914-1918 war, with the silhouettes being installed where the men and women came from across the country, back in the communities they left behind.
26 May
- 11 Nov
- Cathedral
A series of installations by international artists Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg, reflecting on themes of war and remembrance, migration and refugees.
07:30
Matins
- Martyrdom Chapel
08:00
Holy Communion
- Cathedral
12:00
Confessions
- Holy Innocents
12:30
Quire closed
- Quire
The Quire is closed from 12.30 until 16.00 hrs for a private service. The rest of the Cathedral is open as usual.
17:30
Choral Evensong
- Quire

Saturday 20 October

20 Oct
- 11 Nov
- Chapter House
A series of work produced by the Cathedral’s recent Artist in Residence, Dawn Cole, who has been using Canterbury Cathedral Archives as the starting point for a new body of work which explores the act of Remembrance.
20 Oct
- 12 Nov
- The Precincts
To commemorate the centenary of the end of The First World War, students and staff from Canterbury School of Visual Arts at Canterbury College, led by Sculptor Clive Soord, have created a large-scale wooden horse for the Cathedral Precincts. The Canterbury War Horse’s head is bowed in respect, facing oncoming visitors to the cathedral.
19 Oct
- 19 Feb
- PACCAR Gallery, British Library London NW1 2DB
Items from the Cathedral’s historic collection are off to London from an exhibition of Anglo-Saxon Life. See the tiny beautiful Anglo-Saxon sundial and the early 10th century Fonthill Letter, the earliest known example of a personal letter from a layman to the King of England.
1 Oct
- 28 Nov
- The Crypt
Sacred Space is a collaboration between the Cathedral and Canterbury Christ Church University Chaplaincy and is a service particularly for young adults. It is held every Wednesday evening during term-time in the Cathedral Crypt and starts at 19.00 hrs.
1 Oct
- 12 Nov
- The Quire and the Buffs' Chapel
There But Not There a nationwide installation for the fallen. It is hoped that these nationwide installations will be one of the defining centenary commemoration of the end of the 1914-1918 war, with the silhouettes being installed where the men and women came from across the country, back in the communities they left behind.
20 Oct
- 11 Nov
Artist in Residence Exhibition
- Chapter House
26 May
- 11 Nov
- Cathedral
A series of installations by international artists Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg, reflecting on themes of war and remembrance, migration and refugees.
08:00
Saturday Holy Communion
- Cathedral
09:30
Saturday Matins
- Jesus Chapel
15:15
Choral Evensong
- Quire
19:30
- Nave
European Union Chamber Orchestra, with clarinettist Michael Collins. Tickets available from the Festival Box Office, www.canterburyfestival.co.uk or 01227 787 787. Tickets on sale to public 30th July
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