At the heart of a busy city this ancient site of prayer continues to be a place where all are warmly welcomed.
For over thirteen hundred years this has been a centre of Christian mission and worship. Today it stands to the glory of God as a sign of the presence of a Christian community who seek to express the love of God to all who enter the building and who are committed to serving the Diocese of West Yorkshire and the Dales.
This is an active, living church and whether you come to pray quietly or to experience the rhythm of our worship; to explore the architecture and heritage or to appreciate a concert or exhibition, we hope and pray that you will discover something of the love and peace of God revealed in Jesus Christ.
The Very Reverend Jerry Lepine
Dean of Bradford
Artspace at the Cathedral
A Pocketful of Psalms
An Exhibition by Vivienne Rowett
Opens Saturday 26th July
In this exhibition Viv has used the embroideries that she has created to illustrate the Psalmss, with the aim that the audience will be drawn to read the texts for the first time or again with some new and fresh thoughts. Thus she calls herself a ‘textile exegete’, ie someone who reads and tries to illuminate and explain, questioning the text by visual - particularly textile - means. This work on the Psalms is small and detailed, with ‘a lot of meaning per square inch’ because it is the result of Viv’s detailed study of the text using commentaries of all kinds, including reference to the Hebrew text.
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Enthronement of Bishop Nick at Bradford
17th July 2014
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Cathedral Secures Funding
We are delighted to accounce that the Cathedral has been awarded £190,000 by the First World War Centenary Cathedral Repairs Fund ... read more ...
Vacancy at the Cathedral
Canon for Mission and Pastoral Development
The Bishop of Leeds wishes to appoint a Residentiary Canon at the Cathedral in a redesigned post. The Canon will take the lead in the development of discipleship, outreach and growth. The successful candidate will be energised by the possibilities at this time of change in the City and the new Diocese .
We are looking for a clergy person who has:
- A humble, joyful dependence upon God
- Significant team and interpersonal skills
- Current experience of leading churches into growth
- A track record of nurturing lay pastoral ministry
You will find all the details and application forms here