About Lichfield Cathedral
Lichfield Cathedral is the only medieval three-spired Cathedral in the UK, and is a treasured landmark in the heart of England. It is one of the oldest places of Christian worship, and the burial place of the great Anglo-Saxon missionary Bishop, St Chad.
This magnificent building has a rich history, reflected in its architecture and treasures. As a place of great beauty, it continues to inspire and encourage all who visits it as tourists, pilgrims or worshippers.
We are committed to the daily offering of worship and prayer to God, and offer spiritual nourishment and welcome all who come on their own journey of search and discovery.
The Cathedral is situated in a picturesque close, one of the best preserved in the country. While you're wandering around The Close, you'll come across The Shop at No.9, which stocks a varied selection of unique, handpicked gifts; and Chapters, the Cafe in The Close. Chapters offers the perfect pick-me-up for your visit, and is ready to welcome you with freshly prepared snacks, meals and refreshments.
In addition to daily services, the Cathedral also acts as a stunning venue for a range of events including concerts, gala dinners, festivals, awards ceremonies, performances, debates, educational forums and more.
Come and explore our wonderful Cathedral for yourself, we look forward to welcoming you soon!
Mission and Vision
The mission of Lichfield Cathedral is to live and proclaim the transforming love of God.
The Shop at No.9
Do pay a visit to the Shop at No.9, the Cathedral Gift Shop!
Chapters, The Café in The Close
Chapters, The Café in The Close boasts a delicious and varied menu.