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Welcome from The Dean

Sunday 25 September is the Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity. The Cathedral Eucharist takes place at 9.45am. Choral Evensong takes place at 6pm. These services will be live streamed through our YouTube channel.

The last two weeks we have all mourned the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The Cathedral has been a focal point in Surrey, with us hosting the Surrey Proclamation on behalf of the High Sheriff of Surrey, a Service of Thanksgiving for the life of Queen Elizabeth II and we also broadcast the funeral service throughout the day on Monday, and were pleased to be able to welcome many people from around Surrey, both young and old, to gather together to mark this sad moment.

I would like to personally thank all the Cathedral Staff for all their work on all of these projects, for their additional work throughout this time, ensuring that we were able to be open for our visitors and pilgrims, and also to our Cathedral Volunteers for providing a wonderful friendly welcome, and providing assistance to all who came to the Cathedral.

Our current art exhibition from Jacquie Parkinson is called Threads Through Creation and is with us until 16 October. This exhibition is a spectacular sequence of 12 huge textile panels. Jacqui retells the creation story in the first pages of the Bible in stunning scenes and images. It is one of the largest projects by a single artist, ever. It has taken Jacqui two years to complete and is the follow up exhibition from the highly acclaimed Threads through Revelation, her first huge exhibition which visited 14 cathedrals including Guildford Cathedral and was seen by more than 500,000 visitors. This exhibition is free to visit.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Cathedral in the coming days.

The Very Reverend Dianna Gwilliams
Dean of Guildford



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