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Sacred Space

Sacred Space
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A new weekly service is starting at Canterbury Cathedral which will bring together young adults from across the city and universities to meet one another and explore spirituality together.
Sacred Space is a collaboration between the Cathedral and Canterbury Christ Church University Chaplaincy and is due to begin on Wednesday 26 September (2018) and continue every Wednesday evening during term-time.
It is planned that the 45 minute service, which will start at 19.00 in the Cathedral’s Crypt, will include a time for song, reflection and discussion and after the service food will be provided.
One of those behind the new service is the Revd Max Kramer who, as the Cathedral’s Precentor, is responsible for organising Cathedral worship. He explained: “Whether you are already involved in a Christian community, or someone asking questions and exploring your spirituality, or someone who would simply value the time for reflection and contemplation, you are very welcome.”
The launch of Sacred Space is being started with support from The Friends of Canterbury Cathedral – for more information about the service contact 

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