Guildford Cathedral is the People’s Cathedral - a place of welcome, worship, inspiration and engagement for people of all ages. There is no charge for entry.

When you visit you will see that we are doing extensive works to the building. Nevertheless we are open for visitors and for worship and the 'way in' will be clearly marked.

You can follow the progress of our works, The People's Cathedral Project, on Facebook and Twitter.

Details of all our services can be found under the diary pages and Whats On.

During The People’s Cathedral project we have had two artists-in-residence and from the beginning of June Richard Ellis’ photographs have been enjoyed by many. This week our second artist Cabinet of Curiosities (Edmund Salter and Caroline Collinge) presented their work which is now displayed in the South Garth.  They work entirely in paper and so the beautiful pieces are fragile.  Please do go into the south garth and see this exquisite work. 

22 June sees our next Coffee Concert where we welcome Rosie Clifford, a member of the Chorus of Grange Park Opera, and students from Bisley Church of England Primary School. They come together to perform a selection of songs from the stage and opera. All are welcome to  attend this free event from 10.30 am.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Cathedral whether it be to a service, to visit or to attend one of our special events. Come on up and come on in.

The Very Reverend Dianna Gwilliams

The People's Cathedral project is in full swing with works to the Cathedral building under way. Thanks to the generosity of so many, including the Heritage Lottery Fund, we are cataloguing and digitising our extensive archive, capturing first hand stories of those who built the Cathedral and improving our display and visitor facilities. The Cathedral remains open to visitors. Read more from behind the scenes and our artist. Alongside the People’s Cathedral project, our organ is being renovated. Together, the Cathedral Appeal raised more than £6.9m.

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