Nargis Mohammadi, originally from Afghanistan, shared this reflection on her experiences participating in our Cathedral of Sanctuary activities. Nargis wrote a poem for our Refugee Week ‘Journeys of Healing’ project in June, and then in July volunteered for one week as part of our ‘Birds with Wishes’ creativity camp, organised in collaboration with Places of […]
A word from the Dean: It was with sadness that we learned of the death of Dr John Bartlett last Thursday. John was a true friend and loyal servant of the cathedral for many years of his life having served on both its board and chapter. John was a one time Precentor of the cathedral […]
During Refugee Week this year we’re looking forward to hosting ‘Journeys of Healing’, a creative exhibition featuring art, poetry and reflections on refugee and asylum-seeker experiences. Join us for a cup of tea or coffee, and you may even have the chance to meet and chat with one of the artists! Special free-of-charge evening opening […]
In honour of National Biodiversity Week, the cathedral hosted a workshop last Saturday, 14 May on the theme of Nature and Healing. Led by Nessa Darcy, the workshop was attended by members of the cathedral congregation and from the wider community. We were also delighted to have time with local beekeeper for the Bee8 project […]
Holy Week is just around the corner! Why not take time this weekend to create an Easter Garden together to be part of your Holy Week this year. Our video below has some simple instructions and we’ve even prepared a series of prayers to use day by day: Easter Garden Prayers
Lá Fhéile Pádraig sona duit! A video prayer and blessing to wish you a happy St Patrick’s Day from Christ Church Cathedral Dublin! ‘A Prayer of St Patrick’, arr by John Rutter and performed by the choir of Christ Church Cathedral Dublin.
We are collecting for Bishops’ Appeal over the long St Patrick’s Day weekend! Bishops’ Appeal are supporting Habitat for Humanity and Christian Aid partners in countries on the ground neighbouring Ukraine, and providing emergency relief and shelter for Ukrainian refugees. The donation drive begins with a retiring collection at Choral Evensong on the Eve of […]
As the journey through Lent begins, we invite those who live or work in the city centre to make walking the labyrinth part of your day. Information about the labyrinth in our grounds and suggestions for how to pray are available at: https://www.christchurchlabyrinth.org/ Our grounds are open Monday-Friday, 9.00-17.00. All are welcome!
All are welcome to join us online this Wednesday, 17 February, at 17.00 as we begin the journey of Lent with our Ash Wednesday Eucharist. You can join us via our webcam. Click here for the service sheet.
Due to circumstances beyond our control, our live webstream is unavailable for this morning’s service. We apologize for this inconvenience.