Growing in Faith Series – Magnificat Today

Magnificat Today: Counter-cultural living in communion with the saints Canon Chris Palmer invites you to engage in an evening to explore how Mary’s song of praise and protest inspires our living and discipleship. Chris prepared this material for teaching for South West Ministerial Training Scheme, and is delighted to offer it to the cathedral community […]

Growing in Faith Series – Little Advent Programme

Little Advent Programme As part of our preparation for Christmas, we shall look at each in turn of the four Sunday gospels prescribed for us this year during the Advent season. To help with this, beginning in the week before Advent and continuing through each of the three following weeks, the Cathedral will post online […]

Growing in Faith Series – Rule of Life

Rule of Life: Give of our time, energy, skills, and resources in service of one another and the world. One of our regular six-monthly gathering for those committed to the cathedral’s Rule of Life. Revd Phil Wales, our curate, leads us in exploring how we embed generous living in our daily living, the third point […]

The Big Picnic for Hope

Join the Exeter Cathedral community and people from across the UK, to commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day by having a picnic at home and sharing their photos on social media. The Big Picnic for Hope is an opportunity for your household to be part of a virtual get together, to help honour heroes […]

World Poetry Day – Pop-up Poetry in the Library – CANCELLED

Discover a thousand years of poetry in the Cathedral Library. From the Exeter Book of Anglo Saxon Poetry to T.S. Eliot via Chaucer and Wordsworth – see some of the classics of English Poetry alongside their lesser known contemporaries in this one-off celebration of all things poetic.

British Science Week: Focus on Erasmus Darwin

British Science Week is a ten-day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths. Best known today as the grandfather of Charles Darwin, Erasmus Darwin was an extraordinary 18th century physician, philosopher, scientist and poet. ‘Zoonomia; or the Laws of Organic Life’, first published in 1794, took more than 20 years to write. This remarkable book […]

February Half-Term Activities

Owl Trail! Pick up a map from the Welcome Desk for £1.50, hunt out the hidden owls, then return to the Welcome Desk for a feather friend prize. Drop-in Activities! Come along to our drop in sessions from Wednesday 19th – Friday 21st February! 10.30-12.30 in the Nave. £1-3 craft cost.

Exeter University Shakespeare Company; King Lear

King Lear Exeter University Shakespeare Company return to Exeter Cathedral after last years sell-out run of ‘Doctor Faustus’. This year they present King Lear, one of Shakespeare’s most famous tragedies, with a production that explores ideas of gender, power and loyalty. Dates Tuesday 28th January at 19.30 Thursday 30th January at 19.30 Friday 31st January […]

Space: Light and Sound Show

Take a journey to the moon and stars this spring with a spectacular space themed light and sound show. For the first time this March, visitors to Exeter Cathedral will have the chance to travel out of this world and walk among the stars. For three nights, from 5th to 7th March 2020, the interior […]

FREE Music Training Session for Teachers at Exeter Cathedral

FREE Music Training Session at Exeter Cathedral Monday 24th February 2020 Exeter Cathedral is offering this great opportunity for teachers to enhance their knowledge of teaching music. This is for specialist and non-specialist teachers as we hope to share with as many teachers as we can in the southwest. This session will be led by […]