A warm welcome to this website and the glimpses it gives of our wonderful Cathedral. Many layers make up the people and community of Bradford Cathedral and we love to welcome visitors here, whether for worship, events, to explore the architecture and heritage or simply to sit and enjoy its warmth and peace. For over 1300 years the hopeful and the hurting of this city have offered prayer on this site and we continue to do so today. Do please join us – you are very welcome.
If you have any queries or comments, please get in touch via the ‘Visit us’ page of the website.
Thank you and God bless you.
Canon Andy Williams
The Cathedral has a vacancy for a Fundraiser/Projects Officer
A Nottingham priest is to be the new Dean of Bradford. The Revd Canon Jerry Lepine is currently Rector of St Leonards, Wollaton in the Diocese of Southwell & Nottingham where he has been since 2002.
The Bishop of Bradford, the Rt Revd Nick Baines, says, "I'm delighted at the appointment of the Revd Canon Jerry Lepine to be the new Dean of Bradford. We need someone to fill the gap left behind by Dr David Ison, now Dean of St Paul's, London, and Jerry fits the bill. He brings many gifts and vast experience. At a time of challenge and potential change, he is a man who will spot the opportunities. I look forward to welcoming Jerry and his wife, Christine, in the summer".
The Cathedral shop sells a range of affordable gifts, inspirational books, cards, jewellery, and branded items to remind you of your visit to Bradford Cathedral.
Cards are mainly sourced from Woodmansterne, Glebe Cottage, Chris Creaser and Fitzwilliam Museum, plus Michelle Gillam-Hull who uses silk off-cuts from her work making clergy stoles to create simple but beautiful cards.
Branded merchandise includes post cards, mugs, note pads, bookmarks, fridge magnets and, coming shortly, glass paperweights incorporating a 3D image of the Cathedral.
With all this in stock, the shop really is a veritable treasure trove!
ArtspaceArtspace in Bradford Cathedral takes as its theme for 2013 the 50th anniversary of the dedication of the new East End of the Cathedral building, designed by architect Edward Maufe. During the year we will be celebrating the arts, crafts and materials that play their part in creating this beautiful building.