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A Christmas message from the Dean

Tuesday 22 December

In last year’s Christmas message I said that we were “looking forward with confidence and excitement to all the new year will bring”. Well, I don’t think I would get high marks in a prediction class!

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Arrangements made for Tier 3 restrictions still stand for Tier 4: public worship can continue (with safety measures) and the Cathedral is open for private prayer.

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A Carol Service on the popular BBC Radio Cambridgeshire Sunday morning programme, presented by Louise Hulland, was to be broadcast from Peterborough Cathedral on Sunday 20th December ... until Tier 4 happened!

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Peterborough Cathedral Choir is inviting a live audience to join them in the Cathedral for an afternoon of Christmas carols on Saturday 19th December at 3.00pm.

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The Dean's Advent message

Tuesday 01 December

Advent Sunday is the first day of the Church’s year and a year ago, we were certainly not alert to the possibility of being struck by a pandemic and all that that would entail.

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An update on Lebanon 2020

Tuesday 01 December

The Cathedral community continues with the campaign to help bring the touch of Christ to Lebanon in three ways.

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Peterborough Cathedral has launched a Christmas appeal inviting people to join in helping to keep the doors of this great building open – not just for Christmas but throughout the year.

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Raven to the rescue!

Tuesday 10 November

If you are looking for creative activities to inspire children during lockdown weekends, then King Oswald’s Raven is coming to the rescue.

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Peterborough Cathedral’s Christmas Craft and Gift Market, which was due to take place on 20th and 21st November, has been rescheduled for Friday 4th and Saturday 5th December 2020 at the same times.

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A special prayer trail has been created to help people to find space to lament and acknowledge the multiple effects of Covid-19 on their lives, both individually and as a community.

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