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Summer 2024 What’s On Guide out now

The Summer What’s On Guide is out now – full of information about our summer plans, including exhibitions, events, family activities and more, as well as a message from the Dean of Carlisle, The… Read more »

Organ Duet

During the weekend of 20/21 April there will be second organ situated inside the Cathedral, due to the Cumbria Singers Concert on 20 April. On Sunday 21 April, at the 10.30am Eucharist Service, Edward… Read more »

Holy Week at Carlisle Cathedral

Discover the message of Easter with us this Holy Week – one of the Cathedral’s busiest times of the year. During Holy Week there will be moments of quietness, drama, music, emotion, prayer and… Read more »

The Revd Canon Michael Manley – Sabbatical

The Bishop of Penrith and the Chapter of Carlisle Cathedral have agreed that The Revd Canon Michael Manley will start a 3-month Sabbatical leave on Thursday 1st February, returning to work at the beginning… Read more »

The Installation and Institution of the New Dean of Carlisle

On Saturday 30 September, the Installation and Institution of the New Dean of Carlisle took place at Carlisle Cathedral. The Very Reverend Jonathan Brewster became the 42nd Dean of Carlisle at this special service,… Read more »

New Dean of Carlisle Cathedral

A South Lakeland vicar has today been announced as the 42nd Dean of Carlisle Cathedral. The Rev Canon Jonathan Brewster – currently Cartmel Peninsula Mission Community Leader and Interim Team Vicar in the parishes… Read more »

Annual School Leavers’ Services

Carlisle Cathedral are hosting the Annual School Leavers’ Services this week to celebrate and commemorate the passage from primary to secondary school for over 1,000 Year Six Cumbrian pupils. Teachers and students from 57… Read more »

journey & rest 1122-2022

A MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN Join us and celebrate a year of worship, events, concerts, exhibitions and more.  2022 marks the 900th anniversary of the Church we know and love as Carlisle Cathedral. It… Read more »

Join us in the Cathedral Sunday mornings or follow us online

SAFELY DISTANCED PUBLIC WORSHIP Sundays 10:30am our Eucharist is open to the public and live streamed  A service paper is provided for you to print out or follow HERE The service will be live-streamed… Read more »

Maggie Hall 17-29 February

This February, artist Maggie Hall will be showing new video and photographic work in the Cathedral’s south aisle. Entry is free. Maggie says, “Much of my work intends to capture a sense of creative… Read more »