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The Funeral Service for Derek Boardman

Categories: Announcement

The Service for Derek Boardman will take place in the Cathedral at 3pm on Thursday 4 September. Derek passed away on 16 September after a long illness. He and Pat were familiar faces within the cathedral volunteer community. They began their association with the Cathedral as Triforium Stewards and as volunteers introducing people to the […]

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Hampshire Harvest 2014

Categories: Uncategorized

The weekend of 4/5 October, 2014 10am to 4pm Winchester Cathedral Close Winchester Cathedral will again be the venue for a free family event to mark the Harvest Festival, over the weekend of 4 & 5 October, 2014 in the Inner and Outer Close. Now a regular annual event, it has grown both in size […]

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Reinforce the Kingdom

Categories: Sermons

Preached by Canon Richard Lindley, using scripture Matthew 15.21-18 , at Sung Eucharist on Sunday 17th August, the Ninth Sunday after Trinity. I suppose we feel safer when it’s just us, when it’s just our gang, our group, our family, our neighbourhood, our kind, our congregation, the people we know, our comfort zone. A member of a […]

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Sermon from the Dean of Boise, Idaho

Categories: Sermons

Preached by the Very Revd Richard A. Demarest, Dean of St. Michael’s Cathedral, Boise, Idaho, using scripture Acts 14.8-20, at Mattins on Sunday 10th August, the Eighth Sunday after Trinity. Grace and peace to you, from God our Creator, and Christ Jesus, our Redeemer, as we join together in the power and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit.   […]

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Autumn Winchester Dialogues

Categories: Events, Faith, News

Winchester Guildhall  – 10, 17, 24 Oct & 24 Nov Stripe Theatre, University of Winchester – 5 Dec All at 7pm The Winchester Dialogues return for a further series in the Autumn. During a series of interviews with John Miller, who has interviewed a number of well known personalities over previous years in Winchester, he […]

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The Middle East: passion and compassion

Categories: Sermons

Sermon Preached by The Rt Revd Michael Lewis, Bishop of Cyprus and the Gulf, using Romans 9:1-5, Matthew 14:13-21, at the Sung Eucharist on Sunday 2nd August, the seventh Sunday after Trinity. Did you hear St Paul’s real anguish in the letter to the Romans?  “I’m telling the truth in Christ.  It’s no lie.  I swear by my […]

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Information about our Heritage Lottery Fund Projects

Categories: Appeal, Community, Conservation, News

On 30 July 2013 we were delighted to announce that our second round application for £10.5m from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) had succeeded. The video below gives you all the information you need to know about our Heritage Lottery Fund projects and the changes that you will see through and after this exciting period. […]

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First World War Vigil

Categories: Announcement, Community, Faith

As part of the national commemoration of the centenary of the commencement of The First World War, Winchester Cathedral will be holding an hour-long vigil on Monday 4 August, from 10 – 11pm for which there is no charge, and all are welcome. Including, reflections, music and readings, the service will also coincide with the […]

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Pilgrimage to Greece 2014

Categories: Faith

In May, thirty seven pilgrims joined the Dean and his wife, Lorna, in tracing the footsteps of St. Paul who first brought the gospel to Europe having heard the call: “Come over to Macedonia and help us.” (Acts 16:9). As a missionary St. Paul travelled throughout Asia Minor and Greece establishing many churches. In Galatians (1:15-16 2:7-8) […]

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The kingdom of God

Categories: Sermons

Sermon Preached by the Reverend Dr Gregory Clifton-Smith, using Romans  8: 26-39; Matthew 13: 31-33, 44-52., at the Sung Eucharist on Sunday 27th July, the sixth Sunday after Trinity. What exactly is the Kingdom of God? Is it that which is to come? Is that which has already been? Should it be strived for in the here and now? Is […]

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