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Family Events

Family Fun Days

Wednesday 6 April 2022 | 10.30am – 12.30pm

Our Family Fun Day on Wednesday 6 April will feature lots of activities around the theme of Easter as the Cathedral prepares for Holy Week and the celebration of Easter in the following week. Craft activities will include making bookmarks, creating window decorations, and designing beautiful scratch art. 

This event is free but booking is required via the Cathedral Box Office: Guildford Cathedral - Box Office ( There are two booking slots available: 10.30am and 11.15am. All children must be accompanied by an adult. On-site parking is free and Seasons café will be open for hot drinks, delicious cakes, and tasty lunch options. We look forward to welcoming you!


Cathedral Tots

Our informal service for toddlers and pre-schoolers takes place on the first Wednesday of each month at 10.00am. Each session of Cathedral Tots includes activities, a faith-themed story or Bible story, a prayer, songs, and craft. Children collect an individual activity pack including refreshments, and there is plenty of opportunity for fellowship as children take part in the craft activities. Cathedral Tots is a free activity, with a welcoming and relaxed community of parents/carers and young children. There is currently no requirement to book places for these services. All children must be accompanied by an adult.


Wednesday 6 April, 10.00am

Cathedral Tots in April will begin to think about the events of Easter. This service will offer an extended welcome to older siblings who may be on school holidays on this date.

Wednesday 4 May, 10.00am

We will hear the story of Daniel in the Lion’s Den this month. Children will be able to create a lion mask during the informal service and we will be doing lots of roaring!

Wednesday 1 June, 10.00am

As the Cathedral prepares to celebrate the festival of Pentecost, this service will see the children learn more about the symbols of Pentecost including wind, fire, and the dove. As this service takes place in the half-term week, older siblings are warmly invited to join us.

Wednesday 6 July, 10.00am

This month’s service will involve hearing the story of Joshua and the Battle of Jericho. The children will make trumpets and we expect to hear lots of ‘tooting’ all around the Cathedral!