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. 

We are looking forward to hosting our Macmillan Coffee Morning on Friday 28 September. There will be coffee, cake, chatter and background music played by our Organ Scholar, Martina Smyth. All are welcome at this very special event in the Cathedral calendar.

The following weekend 5 and 6 October Poppy Fields is open, marking the start of our World War One Commemorations. This stunning illumination is not to be missed and will be here for just two nights - book your tickets now!

On Sunday 7 October we celebrate Harvest. Harvest Songs of Celebration, at 6pm, takes place in the form of 'songs of praise' with hymns chosen by our volunteer team. After the service there is a Harvest Supper in Seasons. Tickets can be booked here.

Our new major textile exhibition, Threads through Revelation is a spectacular display of vibrant textile art by Jacqui Parkinson. Using fabric, silks, paint, stitching and metallic leathers she has created dramatic designs inspired by the images from Revelation (the last book in the Bible). Please do take the opportunity to come in and see this stunning exhibition.

All the family are welcome to visit the Cathedral. There are tours available for adults, and also special interest tours for children of all ages - please ask the Guides for help with suitable activities for your child.

The current What's On is now available, with details of activities happening August - October.

Our Guided Tours and Tower Tour dates, and details of booking, can be found here

We look forward to welcoming you.

With all good wishes

The Very Reverend Dianna Gwilliams
Dean

POPPY FIELDS

5 & 6 October 

A stunning projection of poppies will fill Guildford Cathedral for two nights only, as part of a unique light and sound installation to commemorate the World War One Centenary.

The Cathedral will open after dark to anyone wishing to contemplate and reflect on the history of World War One. Poppy Fields will provide people with a sensory experience of light, music, art and poetry enabling reflection and contemplation and an opportunity to remember those who have served, both in the First World War and any other conflict.

For further details go to the Cathedral Box Office.


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