Weekly Reflection - Black History Month
1 October 2021
“The Sunday mornings of my life fill the head and the heart.”
I love this quotation by Emilie Townes because it challenges me to make the most of our Sunday mornings. Drawing on the richness of her experience growing up in black majority churches she articulates something of the fullness of life that Jesus said he’d come to bring...Read More
Weekly Reflection - "We trained for fires, not terrorism"
10 September 2021
The honesty and humanity expressed in these six words says so much: “We trained for fires, not terrorism.” They are words of an individual expressing the impossible task of responding to the overwhelming evil and chaos that was caused by the attack on the twin towers.
Weekly Reflection - Remembering Mary Sumner, founder of the Mothers Union.
6 August 2021
This week's reflection comes for the Canon Missioner of Wakefield Cathedral, Canon Peter Farley-Moore.
Click "Read More" to find out about Peter's topic for this week.Read More
Q&A with Wakefield Cathedral's new Canon Missioner
22 March 2021
We are delighted to welcome Revd Canon Peter Farley-Moore as the new Canon Missioner here at Wakefield Cathedral, joining us at an exciting time as we progress along the road map out of lockdown and begin to open our doors once again to the diocesan community.
We sat down with Peter to discuss his new role, what brought him to Wakefield and what his aims and ambitions are for the cathedral…Read More