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Canterbury Cathedral
Mother Church of the worldwide Anglican Communion, seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury & World Heritage Site. We look forward to meeting you.
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Join Canon Andrew for today's Evening Prayer from Canterbury Cathedral ⬇️ .
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“I had just seen the spires of Canterbury Cathedral bristling above the treeline for the first time” – a lovely article and the new-found love of modern pilgrimage 👣
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We pray today for all those suffering from , and especially today for those anxious about infection.
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Canterbury Cathedral 11h
Did you know that you can listen to the Canterbury Cathedral Choir sing everyday? ⛪ 🎶 Join us for a live-stream of Choral Evensong at 17.30 Mon-Sun on our website. Watch here ⬇️
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Keep your eyes peeled… 👀 Join us next week on as we launch our 2020 Christmas Appeal and find out how you can help us put Canterbury Cathedral online this Christmas 🎄✨ See our website for more details ⬇️
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Join Dean Robert for today’s Morning Prayer from The Deanery Gardens at Canterbury Cathedral ⬇️ .
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Canterbury Cathedral Nov 26
On this Thanksgiving, as we give thanks for so much that we often take for granted, we wanted to share a story by the wonderful Louisa May Alcott, 'An Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving'. May you keep safe and well and have a very happy evening!
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Canterbury Cathedral Nov 26
Join Canon Tim for today's Evening Prayer from Canterbury Cathedral ⬇️ .
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We want women to know that we're here to support them 24/7 on 0808 2000 247 through our live chat service available Monday-Friday, 3-10pm
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Canterbury Cathedral Nov 26
We pray today for all those suffering from , and especially today for all those affected by disappointment about special events that have been cancelled.
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Canterbury Cathedral Nov 26
! 🦃🍂 We wish our US friends a very today with this amazing depiction of a turkey from our library collections (W2/X-7-13).
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Canterbury Cathedral Nov 26
Our precincts always look particularly beautiful at this time of year when covered in autumnal foliage! 🍂 The south side remains open, free of charge, as an outside space for exercise. For further info see our website ⬇️
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Canterbury Cathedral Nov 26
Join Dean Robert for today’s Morning Prayer from The Deanery Gardens at Canterbury Cathedral ⬇️ .
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Canterbury Cathedral Nov 26
Happy Thanksgiving from Canterbury Cathedral via
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Canterbury Cathedral Nov 25
Join Archdeacon Jo for today's Evening Prayer from Canterbury Cathedral as we pray for all those suffering from gender-based violence on the International Day to End Violence against Women ⬇️
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Canterbury Cathedral Nov 25
We pray today for all those suffering from , and especially today for all those concerned about the financial impact of the virus on their lives.
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Canterbury Cathedral Nov 25
It’s one month until ! Things are looking a little different this year, but we hope to bring you from Canterbury - wherever you are. Carol Services will be shared online through Dec and all services on the 24 & 25 Dec will be live-streamed 🎄✨
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Canterbury Cathedral Nov 25
Sadly cases of domestic violence have increased this year. If you or someone you know needs support in the local area contact on 01227 452852 or . Or the national can be contacted on 0808 2000 247 or
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Canterbury Cathedral Nov 25
With apologies for the delay caused by IT issues, today's Morning Prayer is now available at
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Canterbury Cathedral Nov 25
On International Day to End Violence against Women, we join of activism against gender-based violence. Archdeacon Jo will say prayers during today’s Evening Prayer for those affected & you can also join in from today until 10 Dec.
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