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Exeter Cathedral
Seat of the Bishop of , centre for worship/teaching/mission, popular visitor attraction. Currently being rebuilt from bricks.Home of
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Chris Palmer 18h
What a privilege to pray here last night - but also to take a short time to walk down to Sacred Heart church and pray with our RC sisters and brothers at their Altar of Repose.
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Exeter Cathedral 15h
Christians Together Across Exeter gather in Bedford square following a service at as we remember God's love revealed in the death of Jesus.
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Exeter Cathedral 19h
Wonderful celebration yesterday.
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Exeter Cathedral Apr 18
The Altar of Repose. Come at any time before midnight to pray with our Lord.
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Exeter Cathedral Apr 18
Great Peter is being tolled for seven minutes, in solidarity with English and French cathedrals. We stand with the community of and the people of France.
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Exeter Cathedral Apr 18
Full details of Holy Week services are available on our website. Join us.
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Exeter Cathedral Apr 17
In 24 hours, the Peter Bell will be rung from Exeter Cathedrals’ North Tower for seven minutes at 19.00 in solidarity with churches and Cathedrals across France and England, marking our solidarity with the people of Paris and the community of the Cathedral of Notre Dame.
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John Harvey 💜 Apr 14
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John Harvey 💜 Apr 17
In for at on ... Marvellous music day after day this ... Looking forward to Thomas Tallis ‘The Lamentations of Jeremiah (Part 2)’ this evening...
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Exeter Cathedral Apr 16
This fantastic student work is being marked as part of a foundation degree run by the Cathedrals' Workshop Fellowship. The display will available until c. 13.00 tomorrow. For more information about the Cathedrals’ Workshop Fellowship, please visit
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Exeter Cathedral Apr 16
Lord Jesus, your broken body, laid aside, rose in glory. Give resurrection hope to the people of Paris and all who grieve the destructive fire at Notre Dame. From the ashes may beauty once more arise, as from the grave our new life comes. Amen.
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Exeter Cathedral Apr 15
Nous prions pour la cite de Paris, et la communaute de la Cathedrale de Notre Dame.
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Exeter Cathedral Apr 15
Please note that due to a special service, the Cathedral will be closed for sightseeing tomorrow until 14.00. Please keep an eye on our social media pages and the daily calendar for further updates on closures this week.
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Dr Jonathan Foyle Apr 14
20,000 words down on Exeter. So rich in detail, so much to say on its political context, have to distil the narrative like a boiled sweet.
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Exeter Cathedral Apr 14
Two choir members sang from our West Gallery this morning, reintroducing a custom dropped in the 16th century. “Who is the King of glory?” they asked. “The Lord of Hosts!” the rest replied from below (quoting psalm 24). Rousing start to
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Exeter Cathedral Apr 14
After his big role in the procession this morning, Isaac the donkey takes a moment to refresh himself. . .
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Canon James Mustard Apr 14
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Exeter Cathedral Apr 14
Welcome Isaac, and welcome to all who will join us for .
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Exeter Cathedral Apr 13
Less than 24 hours until the fantastic St John Passion takes place in the Cathedral Nave, Palm Sunday at 16.00! Front Nave: £20 Middle Nave: £17 Rear nave: £12 Unreserved side aisles: £10 Under 18s £5 in all areas Last tickets available from 🎟️
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