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Forthcoming Events

We host a wide variety of events at the Cathedral, you can find details of forthcoming ones below.

Saturday 16 December from 7 pm to 8.30 pm

Carols by Candlelight service at the Cathedral

All welcome, collection on the night for the Children’s Society charity

 

https://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/

Nine Lessons and Carols

Saturday 23 December at 7 pm

Collection on the night.

Solemn Eucharist

Sunday 24 December at 11 pm

 

Crib Service

 

A family friendly service on Christmas Eve at 2 pm and 4 pm on Sunday 24 December. 

Festal Eucharist

Monday 25 December 10 am

Update:

 

This event is now sold out

 

Saturday 13 January 2018

Join us for a magic evening in the Cathedral with Spectrum Screen Events. 

COME ALONG TO ST EDMUNDSBURY CATHEDRAL ON SATURDAY 13TH JANUARY FOR A HARRY POTTER EXPERIENCE YOU WON’T FORGET. WHERE WILL YOU VISIT FIRST?

  • SNITCH STATION

  • MAKE YOUR OWN WAND

  • WAND TUTORIALS

  • POTION CREATING

  • PHOTO OPPORTUNITIES

  • PERSONAL LED HEADPHONES FOR THE SCREENING OF ‘HARRY POTTER AND THE PHILOSOPHERS STONE’.

LICENSED BAR SERVING BUTTER BEER, FOOD AND HONEYDUKES SWEET STALL ALL OPEN FOR BUSINESS ON THE NIGHT

Tickets can be booked here:

https://spectrumscreenevents.co.uk/event/harry-potter-philosophers-stone-bury-cathedral/

Saturday 3 February 2018 from 7.30pm

 

Join us for a fun evening singing along to the screening of Sister-Act with Spectrum Screen Events. 

 

Tickets and further information available here:

https://spectrumscreenevents.co.uk/event/sister-act-st-edmundsbury-cathedral/

Tuesday evenings in Lent

Tuesday evening Lent lectures are held in the Edmund Room, St Edmundsbury Cathedral from 7 for 7.30 pm to 9 pm in our upstairs Edmund Room. 

Admission is free, with no booking required, donations welcome. 

Further details and dates for the series are below:

Tuesday 20 February, Canon Dr Jessica Martin 

The Reverend Canon Dr Jessica Martin is a Residentiary Canon at Ely Cathedral, where she has particular responsibility for outreach and education in addition to spending time working within the Diocesan Ministry team supporting the work of Initial Ministerial Education. Before ordination Jessica was a Fellow and College Lecturer in English Literature at Trinity College, Cambridge and is in much demand as a speaker and writer.

Tuesday 27 February, Revd Charlotte Cook

The Revd Charlotte Cook is curate at St Mary’s Church, Walton, Felixstowe.

Tuesday 6 March, Ben Quash 

Ben Quash grew up in County Durham and Monmouthshire. He read English as an undergraduate at Cambridge, and then (as a second degree, whilst in training for ordination at Westcott House) theology. Doctoral work on the theological dramatic theory of Hans Urs von Balthasar combined these literary and theological interests. He was Chaplain and Fellow of Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, and a lecturer in the Cambridge Theological Federation from 1996-1999, then returned to Peterhouse as Dean and Fellow until he came to King’s as Professor of Christianity and the Arts in 2007. From 2004-2007 Ben Quash was also Academic Convenor of the Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme in the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Divinity, developing research and public education programmes in Judaism, Christianity and Islam and their interrelations - and indulging a delight in Scriptural Reasoning.

 

Tuesday 13 March, Rupert Shortt

Rupert Shortt is Religion editor of the Times Literary Supplement and a former Visiting Fellow at Oxford University. His books include Christianophobia: A Faith under Attack (2012), Rowan's Rule: The Biography of the Archbishop (2014) and God Is No Thing: Coherent Christianity (2016).

Tuesday 20 March, Rev Canon Mark Oakley 

The Reverend Canon Mark Oakley is Canon Chancellor at St Paul’s Cathedral. He is responsible for the Cathedral's Schools & Families Department, Adult Learning and St Paul's Institute; and for the visual arts policy. Mark was educated in London and Oxford and ordained at St Paul’s in 1993. He served his curacy at St John’s Wood (1993-6), before becoming Chaplain to the Bishop (1996-2000) and later Rector of St Paul’s, Covent Garden (2000-2005). He then became Archdeacon of Germany and Northern Europe. Mark returned to London and Grosvenor Chapel, Mayfair, in 2008 before moving to St Paul’s. He is also a Deputy Priest in Ordinary to HM The Queen (1996-). He is Visiting Lecturer in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at King’s College, London.