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More than 30 rural clergy and lay leaders from across the diocese gathered at Ripon Cathedral for its first ever Rural Ministry Forum this week.
The diocese has been pleased to bring together youth workers from across the diocese this year at a series of events at our cathedrals.
During October and into November, Bradford Cathedral is hosting an exhibition of Ugandan Asian migration stories, alongside stories from the Windrush Community.
Wakefield Cathedral was packed for a farewell service to the Ven Peter Townley, Archdeacon of Pontefract who has now left to become an Assistant Minister in the Diocese of York.
“Fireworks and Fanfares” is the theme of free lunchtime recitals at Bradford Cathedral to celebrate the return of its newly restored organ.
A splendid seven new Canons for Ripon Cathedral were installed at a special Evensong service which included a formal welcome for Bishop Anna Eltringham from local civic leaders.
Stained Glass Summer continues across the diocese with the chance to learn about famous designer William Morris and his company’s 160-year-old creations at Bradford Cathedral.
Bradford Cathedral is hosting a special Pop-up Café for a month, selling a range of hot and cold drinks, cakes and made-to-order food in its beautiful and dry building.
Services of joyful celebration have been held at Bradford Cathedral as we ordained this year’s class of new deacons.