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Bring and Share Lunch

This regular Monthly Bring and Share Lunch is open to everyone.

Advance booking is not necessary.

Please bring some cold food to share (savoury or sweet). Drinks will be provided. But if you have not brought anything you are still welcome.

This is a lovely opportunity to get to know people in a homely setting.

For further information, please email bringandshare [at] bradfordcathedral.org

Family Activites

Join us for more free family activities during the half-term holiday, as we welcome the spring with some lovely craft activities involving flowers and woodland creatures. As well as these, there will be colouring, quizzes and family guided tours at 11am and 1pm, for those who are curious to know more about this beautiful and historic building, the oldest building in Bradford! Join us for fun, facts, crafting and investigating!

Family Activities

Join us for more free family activities during the half-term holiday, as we welcome the spring with some lovely craft activities involving flowers and woodland creatures. As well as these, there will be colouring, quizzes and family guided tours at 11am and 1pm, for those who are curious to know more about this beautiful and historic building, the oldest building in Bradford! Join us for fun, facts, crafting and investigating!

Monday Fellowship: Is it possible to be a Christian in the military?

A series of thought-provoking talks on a wide-range of subjects | All are welcome

Are you free on Monday afternoons?

Would you like to spend an hour once a month in the company of others, listening to interesting and informative talks on a wide range of topics?

Then join us in the Parish Room for Monday Fellowship.

New faces are very welcome, whether you come once for a particular talk or whether you come every month.

10th February
Martin Cosgrove
Is it possible to be a Christian in the military?

Candlemas Eucharist

The Eucharist on the Feast of the Presentation of Christ in the Temple marks 40 days since Christmas and is a pivotal point in the Christian Year. During the service all are welcome to join a procession with candles around the building.

Annual Legal Service

All the Judiciary, including High Court judges and Magistrates from throughout West Yorkshire, gather for this wonderful spectacle and public service when we acknowledge the sovereignty of God and the Judeo-Christian foundation of UK law and the legal system.


This year we are pleased to welcome the Right Revd Dr Helen-Ann Hartley, Bishop of Ripon, as the preacher.

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