Author: Rebecca Preece
Join our team – music vacancies
We have vacancies in our exceptional music department for a Soprano Choral Scholar and an Organ Scholar for 2023 / 2024. Find out more.
We’re taking part in National Lottery Open Week 2023
As a small thank you to National Lottery Players for supporting our Divine Beauty Project - we are giving ticket holders a chance to be among the first to book onto our upcoming scaffolding tours.
Stained-glass conservators appointed for Divine Beauty project
Birmingham Cathedral has appointed independent conservation centre, Holy Well Glass, to complete significant restoration work on their four stained-glass windows.
Holy Week and Easter 2023
We invite you to join us as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ this Easter season. We offer a variety of services throughout Holy Week and Easter Sunday to commemorate this significant time in the Christian calendar.
A new working space in the heart of the city
Staff at Birmingham Cathedral have started working from new office space, located within the Grade 1 listed building.
Easter Lilies at Birmingham Cathedral
Remember a loved one this Easter and help support the work of the Birmingham Cathedral flower team. Your donations will go towards the lilies used in our displays and the names of those being remembered will be printed in our Easter Day Orders of Service on Sunday 9 April.
Children’s poetry festival 2023
Young people from across Birmingham are being invited to take part in this year’s Birmingham Cathedral Children’s Poetry Festival!
The Common Wealth Table is longlisted for MacEwan Award!
Our joint project, The Common Wealth Table, has been long listed for the MacEwan Award. The MacEwan Awards celebrate ways to design and build for the common good.
A prayer following the tragic death of children in the lake at Babbs Mill Park
Please join us in praying for the tragic situation unfolding at Babbs Mill Park.
Welcoming our new Cathedral Chaplain
We are delighted to introduce our new Cathedral Chaplain, Colleen Shekerie.