Back to Church Sunday – 14 September
- Created: 26 August 2014
At Lichfield Cathedral, we are keeping ‘Back To Church Sunday’ on 14 September. We are so keen to welcome new and returning people to our services that we are inviting you all a week ahead of other churches in the country!
If you, your family and friends have, for whatever reason, dropped away from attending church or would like to try it out for the first time, we would be delighted to welcome you to our main service at 10.30.
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Uncover the hidden secrets and treasures of the Lichfield Cathedral Library
- Created: 31 July 2014
Lichfield Cathedral Library, home to an incredible collection of literature, history, theology and more.
The Library, built in 1249, boasts over 6,000 books and manuscripts and is a hidden gem of the Cathedral, tucked away at the top of a spiral staircase above the Chapter House.
Visitors are welcome to join us in taking a step back in time to explore the historic books and be one of few to uncover the secrets of the library.
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WW1 Exhibition – Assembly: Memorial Chairs
- Created: 07 August 2014
A new exhibition entitled ‘Assembly: Memorial Chairs’ has arrived at the Cathedral to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.
Assembly consists of a specially commissioned archive book and five chairs from Passchendaele’s Audomarus Church, which will remain with us until 14 November.
The Archive Book contains the names of 174,000 UK casualties who died in Belgium, and blank pages for people to write their own personal stories. This is an opportunity for everyone to be part of a very important archive which will visit significant sites in the British Isles and Ireland until 2018.
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