Sunday November 14th 7.30pm

How to join Blackburn Cathedral Choristers

Recital Series Autumn 2021

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

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

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

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.

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

Safe Spaces is a free, national support service independently run by Victim Support.

Choral Evensong is back!

Choral Evensong is back, from 4th September 2020.

On Sunday 17th May the Church of England’s national online act of worship will be broadcast from Blackburn and Liverpool. During the COVID-19 pandemic the Church of England has broadcast

Although COVID-19 has meant plans for commemorating the anniversary of VE Day have had to change, we are joining with other Cathedrals across the country in promoting a Big Picnic for Hope as a way of marking the day.

Interim Precentor

I am delighted to be able to announce the appointment of Gary O’Neill as interim Precentor at Blackburn Cathedral. Gary has been Director of Studies at All Saints Centre for

The annual Sing Together concert series returns for a record breaking run this March at King George’s Hall.

BBC TV came to Blackburn Cathedral way back in 2018, but until now the programme has not been broadcast.

Britain’s holy places are all connected by green lanes and public footpaths.


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