• We’re now active on Facebook!
    Follow and Like us on our new public Facebook page, and let’s share our stories! We’d love to hear about your pilgrimage, visit, encounter, fascination… whatever word might describe your visit, let us know!
  • St Albans Cathedral – a vibrant history: relevant, accessible, engaging
    Isabelle Lepore, Adult Learning Officer at St Albans, shares her insights on St Albans Cathedral’s visitor programme with us as this month’s guest blogger. Enjoy! ‘What is it that drives a wealth of learning?’ I was asked this question recently and one word sprang to mind: Community. Almost by definition, learning is a desire to… Read more: St Albans Cathedral – a vibrant history: relevant, accessible, engaging
  • Conference Report 2024
    Cathedrals Plus: Working Together: Sustainable PartnershipsJanuary 17th, 18th and 19th 2024 held at Worcester Cathedral This conference aimed to explore new approaches to developing fruitful partnerships between our members’ sacred spaces and other organisations, communities, and faiths. There were 49 delegates in total, including the organizing team and Council, based at either the Premier Inn… Read more: Conference Report 2024
  • Day 3 – Annual Conference at Worcester
    The final day of our Annual Conference was equally enthralling and inspiring as the previous two! A practical sharing session of resources led by Diana Ives of Southwell Minster provided further top tips for creating engaging activities; Four different workshops to attend led by cathedral staff in their sector of interest (Community Engagement, Challenging History,… Read more: Day 3 – Annual Conference at Worcester
  • In memoriam: Barry Palmer
    The Cathedrals Plus Council regrets to announce the recent passing, after a short illness, of one of its most loyal and long-serving members. Barry Palmer had served as our Honorary Treasurer for many, many years. Thanks to him, and before the Zoom era, our Council meetings often took place at Westminster’s Catholic Cathedral, with which Barry… Read more: In memoriam: Barry Palmer