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Events at Guildford Cathedral

See also Art Exhibitions

All services and events are included in the diary, except Art Exhibitions (see link above). Please note that events are subject to change, especially those advertised more than a month in advance.

Sunday 9th May 2021

The Cathedral Eucharist - The Sixth Sunday of Easter
Cathedral Nave
The Cathedral is open for restricted use and times due to Coronavirus restrictions.

Join the Cathedral Clergy for the Cathedral Eucharist on The Sixth Sunday of Easter. This service will be sung by The Cathedral Choir. 

We are delighted to invite you to join us for this service either streamed or in person by booking through the box office.

The Order of Service can be download here This service will be streamed live on our YouTube Channel here


The Great Fifty Days of Eastertide form a single festival period in which the tone of joy created at the Easter Vigil is sustained through the following seven weeks, and the Church celebrates the gloriously risen Christ.

Early Christians gave the name Pentecost to this whole fifty-day span of rejoicing. In those places where the custom of lighting the Easter Candle at the beginning of Easter is followed, the lit Candle stands prominently in church for all the Eastertide services. The Alleluia appears frequently in liturgical speech and song. Morning Prayer begins with the traditional collection of texts known as the Easter Anthems and the gold and white vestments along with the decoration of churches and fresh flowers after the austerity of Lent emphasize the joy and brightness of the season.

On the fortieth day there has, from the late fourth century, been a particular celebration of Christ’s ascension. He commissions his disciples to continue his work, he promises the gift of the Holy Spirit, and then he is no longer among them in the flesh. The ascension is therefore closely connected with the theme of mission. The arrival of the promised gift of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost completes and crowns the Easter Festival.


We rely heavily on the generous support of our congregations, both on-line and in person. Financial giving is not only essential to fund our work,  but is also an expression of our thanksgiving to God. If you are a member of one of our congregations, and have not already done so, please consider joining our Planned Giving Scheme via the Parish Giving Scheme (PGS) and set up a regular donation by direct debit. This is very easy to do over the phone (03330 021 271), using our unique identifier, 170617001. Or via this link   

You can also use the contactless donation points or our QR code. Thank you for your generosity.

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