Join us each Wednesday during term-time at 12:15pm for a free music recital with a wealth of invited professional performers. A retiring collection is taken to defray costs. Our first recital takes place on Wednesday 1st September with Cormac Thompson, Boy Soprano from Aysgarth School, with Harvey Stansfield, Organist from Birmingham Conservatoire.
Celebrating 20 years of The Choral Pilgrimage, The Sixteen’s 2021 tour is inspired by Rome
We are proud to be a brick model host venue as Blackburn becomes #Brickburn. Pay us a visit to see Patrick the Parasaurolophus between Friday 20th August to 1st September.
The National Monument Against Violence and Aggression, a 27 foot tall sculpture made by the British Ironwork Centre from over 100,000 knives which have been seized by the police and taken out of circulation will be located outside Blackburn Cathedral throughout November. Watch this space for more details of the events which will take place.
As we prepare to work differently following the challenges of COVID-19 we are seeking a diligent and enthusiastic Cathedral Virger with the drive, experience and skills to contribute to the delivery of the Cathedral’s Strategic Plan.
As we prepare to work differently following the challenges of COVID-19 we are seeking an
outstanding and innovative Communications & Digital Media Officer with the drive, experience, skills
and flair to contribute to the transformation of the Cathedral’s public profile as we deliver on our
As we prepare to work differently following the challenges of COVID-19 we are seeking an outstanding and innovative Fundraising Officer with the drive, experience, skills and flair to contribute to the transformation of the Cathedral’s income generation as we deliver on our Strategic Plan.
Sponsored by The Anglican Diocese of Blackburn this 10-day foundation-level, non-denominational course seeks to nurture deeper listening and reflection, awareness of self and others; traditions and themes; spiritual engagement and practice. The course is designed to offer a balance of practical and reflective activity. Working in individual, small-group, and whole-group settings a range of learning
Live Stream Sun, 23 May 2021 at 4pm.
In light of the recent announcement by the Church of England, Blackburn Cathedral remains open for private prayer and reflection each day from 10.00am to 4.00pm but public worship is suspended until further notice.
Blackburn Cathedral is open to all. In telling the story of Jesus Christ, we seek to help people encounter God through worship and service to the community.
A Study Afternoon with our Canon Theologian, Canon Dr Jenn Strawbridge, will take place on Zoom at 2pm on Thursday 25th March 2021.
The Cathedral will be hosting the online commemoration of Holocaust Memorial Day for Blackburn with Darwen.
Thousands will receive coronavirus vaccine on site in the coming months
A Study Afternoon with our Canon Theologian, Canon Dr Jenn Strawbridge, will take place on Zoom at 2.30pm on Tuesday 24th November 2020.
Safe Spaces is a free, national support service independently run by Victim Support.