Care for the Cathedral Community

hands clasping on pink backgroundIt is very difficult to look after each other from a distance but we are determined that nobody within the Cathedral congregations, Precincts or wider community should feel forgotten or be in need as we sit out these difficult times. The clergy and pastoral teams will be prioritising staying in touch by telephone, online and if appropriate in person. We need your help to do this.

We would like to establish and maintain three lists:

  1. Those who become ill

  2.  Those who have to self-isolate because of a family member’s illness

  3. Those who have to stay at home because of age or medical vulnerability.

Contact us

If you, or somebody you know, comes into any of the categories above, please let us know via the Cathedral office on 01733 355315 or by email in the first instance to

Any information given will be dealt with in accordance with strict GDPR protocols.

In addition we shall be praying both generally and by name for those requesting prayer. Please do let us know if you or anyone specifically requires prayer.

Let’s look after each other as well as we can.

Online support for good mental health

Here are links to some helpful resources.•Mental%20Health%20Reflections_WEB.pdf
A pdf publication from the Church of England which includes 13 daily reflections, this booklet has been designed to provide hope, reassurance and comfort.
Includes tips on managing any concerns during the coronavirus pandemic, also managing finances, talking to children about coronavirus and alternatives to panic buying.
Tips on working from home, in isolation and supporting your colleagues.
Guidance for the public on the mental health and well-being aspects of coronavirus (COVID-19) from the government

Support for Young People from The Childrens' Society 
An online portal of support and advice for young people please do share this.
Support in spotting increased risks to young people during the crisis.


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