10:25 to 10:55*
*Times subject to change (for Sunday’s where there is a 10:00 service ringing commences from 09:15)
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Wakefield Cathedral is proud to be associated with some wonderful groups and organisations which work together to both support the cathedral and support charities across the diocese and farther afield.
Mothers’ Union is a worldwide Christian charity with over 4 million members in 83 countries, bringing support for family life to the heart of communities through praying, campaigning and enabling.
The Wakefield Cathedral Mothers’ Union branch reaches out to families in need, both locally, across the diocese and all over the world.
To find out more about the MU and how to get involved, visit the Mothers’ Union section of our website.Discover more
Wakefield Cathedral’s Eco Group brings together members of the congregation, volunteers and staff to work towards making the cathedral a greener place to work and worship.
The Eco Group achieves its goals through a variety of activities and was recently awarded the A Rocha UK Bronze Eco Church Award.
To find out more about the Eco Group and how to get involved, visit the Eco Group section of the website.Discover more
Throughout the year we are fortunate to be supported by the wonderful Flower Arrangers of Wakefield Cathedral.
For many, arranging church flowers can be both a satisfying and relaxing activity, bringing colour, impact and decoration to the cathedral throughout the seasons.
The only occasion when flower arrangements are not displayed in the cathedral is during Lent when the cathedral remains bare of decorations.
Many visitors often comment on the vibrancy and colour which the addition of flowers brings to the everyday life of the cathedral, with particular popular occasions including Spring, Harvest and Christmas.
If you would be interested in finding out more about becoming a Flower Arranger at Wakefield Cathedral and what commitments the role entails, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01924 373923.
Our Bell Ringers meet on a Tuesday evening for practice, with normal ringing times on Sunday’s diarised throughout the year.
If you would be interested in finding out more about becoming a Bell Ringer, what the role involves and the commitments needed, please email email@example.com or call 01924 373923.
Alternatively, visit ‘The Bells’ page on our website to discover more about the bells at Wakefield Cathedral.
Every Tuesday afternoon between 14:00-15:30 we host ‘Cathedral Crafts’ inside the Treacy Hall, offering the chance for people to come together and take part in some crafting activities.
Entry is completely free and the club was put together to provide like-minded individuals the opportunity to have a safe space to practice their preferred crafts and meet new friends.
If you enjoy knitting, drawing or perhaps a spot of cross-stitching is your thing, bring along your crafting materials and enjoy an afternoon of crafts and companionship at Wakefield Cathedral.
No booking necessary. To find out more please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01924 373923.
Join us for an informal Bible Study group, designed to help us prepare for Sunday worship by discussing the Gospel reading set for the week and applying the text to daily life.
All welcome, all questions welcome.Click here to find out more
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