Southwark Cathedral will be re-opening its doors for individual private prayer from Saturday 4 July and for limited public worship from Monday 6 July. By that time, the Cathedral will have been closed to the public for 103 days - which is thought to be the longest that it has ever closed its doors for in its 1400-year history.Read more
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The annual celebration of the life of Thomas Cure (d.1588) one of the founding beneficiaries of what is now United St Saviour's Charity led by the Dean of Southwark, The Very Revd Andrew Nunn, includes a presentation on the work of the charity past and present and music by the choir of Southwark CathedralRead more
'The true work of art is but a shadow of the divine perfection.' MichelangeloRead more
This will be the first phase in the reopening of the Cathedral which, along with all Church of England Churches and Cathedrals, has been closed since March 23 as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.Read more
Live discussion streamed via Facebook on Wednesday 10 June at 6pmRead more
Three years on, Southwark remembers the victims of the London Bridge and Borough terror attacksRead more
Wednesday 3 June marks the third anniversary of the terrorist attack on London Bridge and Borough MarketRead more