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Gloucester Cathedral
October 2020

Thursday 1st October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

Friday 2nd October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

Saturday 3rd October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

Sunday 4th October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

10:15Sunday Eucharist and Harvest Thanksgiving

We will be delighted to welcome you to the Sunday morning Eucharist. It will look and feel different, but that is for good reason as we seek to protect all in the Cathedral during the present health circumstances. You can read about all the measures in place via the website link below. You can attend in person or visit our website to join lives streaming of the service. All worship will be offered in accordance with government and church health and safety guidance. If you wish to attend, please send an email to prayers@gloucestercathedral.org.uk to indicate your attendance (before or after the service) stating clearly your name/s and contact details in order to comply with the track and trace process. These records need to be kept for 21 days and will then be destroyed. Thank you.

 

We won't be collecting Harvest gifts on this occasion, but we heartily encourage you to make a donation to Gloucester Food Bank or Christian Aid.

12:00Open to VisitorsGloucester Cathedral welcomes you! Visitors will be able to access the building between 12.00pm and 5.00pm on Sundays and between 10.00am and 5.00pm, Monday to Saturday. Please click the link to see all the protective measures we have in place to ensure a safe visit to the Cathedral. The Monk's Kitchen is also open with a takeaway menu: Monday - Saturday 10.00am-3.00pm Sunday 11.00am-3.00pm Visitors may also be lucky enough to hear the organ being played occasionally.
15:00Choral Evensong

We are delighted to welcome you to the Choral Evensong.

It will look and feel different, but that is for good reason as we seek to protect all in the Cathedral during the present health circumstances. You can read about all the measures in place via the website link below. 

All worship will be offered in accordance with government and church health and safety guidance. If you wish to attend, please send an email to prayers@gloucestercathedral.org.uk to indicate your attendance (before or after the service) stating clearly your name/s and contact details in order to comply with the track and trace process. These records need to be kept for 21 days and will then be destroyed. Thank you.

Read our safety measures.

Monday 5th October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

Tuesday 6th October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Choral Evensong

We are delighted to welcome you to the Choral Evensong.

It will look and feel different, but that is for good reason as we seek to protect all in the Cathedral during the present health circumstances. You can read about all the measures in place via the website link below. 

All worship will be offered in accordance with government and church health and safety guidance. If you wish to attend, please send an email to prayers@gloucestercathedral.org.uk to indicate your attendance (before or after the service) stating clearly your name/s and contact details in order to comply with the track and trace process. These records need to be kept for 21 days and will then be destroyed. Thank you.

Read our safety measures.

Wednesday 7th October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

19:30Evening Organ Recital - Adrian PartingtonEvening Organ Recital Wednesday 7 October 7.30pm Adrian Partington Director of Music, Gloucester Cathedral
Thursday 8th October 2020 Limited Access today 1.45pm-3.45pm

There will be no access to the Cathedral today between 1.45pm and 3.45pm due to a special service.

Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

 

 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gift Shop Closed today

The Cathedral Gift Shop will be closed today. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

Friday 9th October 2020 Tower lit Pink & Blue for Baby Loss Awareness Tower lit Pink and Blue for Baby Loss Awareness Week Friday 9 - Thursday 15 October The tower of Gloucester Cathedral, along with buildings all over the country, will be lighting up pink and blue in support of Baby Loss Awareness Week 2020.
 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

Saturday 10th October 2020 Tower lit Pink & Blue for Baby Loss Awareness Tower lit Pink and Blue for Baby Loss Awareness Week Friday 9 - Thursday 15 October The tower of Gloucester Cathedral, along with buildings all over the country, will be lighting up pink and blue in support of Baby Loss Awareness Week 2020.
 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Limited Access today 1.45pm-5.pm

There will be no access to the Cloister Garth today beetween 1.45pm and 3.15pm due to a special service.

There will also be no access to the East end of the Cathedral today between 3.00pm and 5.pm due to a special service.

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

15:30Readers Service

All are welcome to join us at the annual Readers Service

Sunday 11th October 2020 Tower lit Pink & Blue for Baby Loss Awareness Tower lit Pink and Blue for Baby Loss Awareness Week Friday 9 - Thursday 15 October The tower of Gloucester Cathedral, along with buildings all over the country, will be lighting up pink and blue in support of Baby Loss Awareness Week 2020.
 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

10:15Sunday EucharistWe will be delighted to welcome you to the Sunday morning Eucharist. It will look and feel different, but that is for good reason as we seek to protect all in the Cathedral during the present health circumstances. You can read about all the measures in place via the website link below. You can attend in person or visit our website to join lives streaming of the service. All worship will be offered in accordance with government and church health and safety guidance. If you wish to attend, please send an email to prayers@gloucestercathedral.org.uk to indicate your attendance (before or after the service) stating clearly your name/s and contact details in order to comply with the track and trace process. These records need to be kept for 21 days and will then be destroyed. Thank you.
15:00Choral Evensong

We are delighted to welcome you to the Choral Evensong.

It will look and feel different, but that is for good reason as we seek to protect all in the Cathedral during the present health circumstances. You can read about all the measures in place via the website link below. 

All worship will be offered in accordance with government and church health and safety guidance. If you wish to attend, please send an email to prayers@gloucestercathedral.org.uk to indicate your attendance (before or after the service) stating clearly your name/s and contact details in order to comply with the track and trace process. These records need to be kept for 21 days and will then be destroyed. Thank you.

Read our safety measures.

Monday 12th October 2020 Tower lit Pink & Blue for Baby Loss Awareness Tower lit Pink and Blue for Baby Loss Awareness Week Friday 9 - Thursday 15 October The tower of Gloucester Cathedral, along with buildings all over the country, will be lighting up pink and blue in support of Baby Loss Awareness Week 2020.
 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Choral Evensong

We are delighted to welcome you to the Choral Evensong.

It will look and feel different, but that is for good reason as we seek to protect all in the Cathedral during the present health circumstances. You can read about all the measures in place via the website link below. 

All worship will be offered in accordance with government and church health and safety guidance. If you wish to attend, please send an email to prayers@gloucestercathedral.org.uk to indicate your attendance (before or after the service) stating clearly your name/s and contact details in order to comply with the track and trace process. These records need to be kept for 21 days and will then be destroyed. Thank you.

Read our safety measures.

 

Tuesday 13th October 2020 Tower lit Pink & Blue for Baby Loss Awareness Tower lit Pink and Blue for Baby Loss Awareness Week Friday 9 - Thursday 15 October The tower of Gloucester Cathedral, along with buildings all over the country, will be lighting up pink and blue in support of Baby Loss Awareness Week 2020.
 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Insurance Group are delighted to announce that Gaia will take up residence in the cathedral nave between Tuesday 13 October and Sunday 1 November 2020. 

A touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface offering an extraordinary opportunity to see our home planet at scale.

A specially made surround sound composition by BAFTA award winning Composer Dan Jones is played alongside the sculpture. In Greek Mythology Gaia is the personification of the Earth.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

Wednesday 14th October 2020 Tower lit Pink & Blue for Baby Loss Awareness Tower lit Pink and Blue for Baby Loss Awareness Week Friday 9 - Thursday 15 October The tower of Gloucester Cathedral, along with buildings all over the country, will be lighting up pink and blue in support of Baby Loss Awareness Week 2020.
 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Insurance Group are delighted to announce that Gaia will take up residence in the cathedral nave between Tuesday 13 October and Sunday 1 November 2020. 

A touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface offering an extraordinary opportunity to see our home planet at scale.

A specially made surround sound composition by BAFTA award winning Composer Dan Jones is played alongside the sculpture. In Greek Mythology Gaia is the personification of the Earth.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

19:00The Only Future is Green (Gaia: online)

Hope for Creation: Building a Greener Future Together

Wednesday 14 October 7.00pm to 8.00pm

Online Environment Symposium Launch Lecture

The Only Future is Green – with Lord Deben, Chairman of the national Committee on Climate Change

The Rt. Hon John Gummer, Lord Deben, is Chairman of the Committee on Climate Change, which advises the government on building a low-carbon economy. He will be talking about the key steps policy makers need to embrace, and how we can all play our part in creating a greener future.

 

Thursday 15th October 2020 Tower lit Pink & Blue for Baby Loss Awareness Tower lit Pink and Blue for Baby Loss Awareness Week Friday 9 - Thursday 15 October The tower of Gloucester Cathedral, along with buildings all over the country, will be lighting up pink and blue in support of Baby Loss Awareness Week 2020.
 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Insurance Group are delighted to announce that Gaia will take up residence in the cathedral nave between Tuesday 13 October and Sunday 1 November 2020. 

A touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface offering an extraordinary opportunity to see our home planet at scale.

A specially made surround sound composition by BAFTA award winning Composer Dan Jones is played alongside the sculpture. In Greek Mythology Gaia is the personification of the Earth.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

Friday 16th October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Insurance Group are delighted to announce that Gaia will take up residence in the cathedral nave between Tuesday 13 October and Sunday 1 November 2020. 

A touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface offering an extraordinary opportunity to see our home planet at scale.

A specially made surround sound composition by BAFTA award winning Composer Dan Jones is played alongside the sculpture. In Greek Mythology Gaia is the personification of the Earth.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

Saturday 17th October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Insurance Group are delighted to announce that Gaia will take up residence in the cathedral nave between Tuesday 13 October and Sunday 1 November 2020. 

A touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface offering an extraordinary opportunity to see our home planet at scale.

A specially made surround sound composition by BAFTA award winning Composer Dan Jones is played alongside the sculpture. In Greek Mythology Gaia is the personification of the Earth.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

19:30Strike A Light presents: 'I Stand for What I Stand On'

Strike A Light presents: 'I Stand for What I Stand On'

Saturday 17 October 7.30pm to 9.00pm

Free - spaces must be booked

UK Student Climate Network Gloucester are working with director Anna Himali Howard to tell their story. The company will present a work-in-progress under Gaia in Gloucester Cathedral, written and created by Gloucester’s young climate activists.

Sunday 18th October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Insurance Group are delighted to announce that Gaia will take up residence in the cathedral nave between Tuesday 13 October and Sunday 1 November 2020. 

A touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface offering an extraordinary opportunity to see our home planet at scale.

A specially made surround sound composition by BAFTA award winning Composer Dan Jones is played alongside the sculpture. In Greek Mythology Gaia is the personification of the Earth.

10:15Sunday EucharistWe will be delighted to welcome you to the Sunday morning Eucharist. It will look and feel different, but that is for good reason as we seek to protect all in the Cathedral during the present health circumstances. You can read about all the measures in place via the website link below. You can attend in person or visit our website to join lives streaming of the service. All worship will be offered in accordance with government and church health and safety guidance. If you wish to attend, please send an email to prayers@gloucestercathedral.org.uk to indicate your attendance (before or after the service) stating clearly your name/s and contact details in order to comply with the track and trace process. These records need to be kept for 21 days and will then be destroyed. Thank you.
17:30Reflective Themed Service for Gaia Installation

All are welcome

Monday 19th October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Insurance Group are delighted to announce that Gaia will take up residence in the cathedral nave between Tuesday 13 October and Sunday 1 November 2020. 

A touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface offering an extraordinary opportunity to see our home planet at scale.

A specially made surround sound composition by BAFTA award winning Composer Dan Jones is played alongside the sculpture. In Greek Mythology Gaia is the personification of the Earth.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

Tuesday 20th October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Insurance Group are delighted to announce that Gaia will take up residence in the cathedral nave between Tuesday 13 October and Sunday 1 November 2020. 

A touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface offering an extraordinary opportunity to see our home planet at scale.

A specially made surround sound composition by BAFTA award winning Composer Dan Jones is played alongside the sculpture. In Greek Mythology Gaia is the personification of the Earth.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Choral Evensong

We are delighted to welcome you to the Choral Evensong.

It will look and feel different, but that is for good reason as we seek to protect all in the Cathedral during the present health circumstances. You can read about all the measures in place via the website link below. 

All worship will be offered in accordance with government and church health and safety guidance. If you wish to attend, please send an email to prayers@gloucestercathedral.org.uk to indicate your attendance (before or after the service) stating clearly your name/s and contact details in order to comply with the track and trace process. These records need to be kept for 21 days and will then be destroyed. Thank you.

Read our safety measures.

19:00Green Community Engagement: Celebrating Local Action(online)

Hope for Creation: Building a Greener Future Together

Tuesday 20 October 7.00pm to 8.00pm

Online Environment Symposium lecture – free, (attendees must register in advance, details to follow)

Green Community Engagement: Celebrating Local Action

The conversation in this zoom seminar, hosted by Andrew Braddock and Cate Williams, offers a green angle on community engagement.  Participants will share local stories about engagement with the local community that has an environmental focus. 

Stories include a community eco-week; a community conservation volunteering group; tree planting; and an eco-purchasing cooperative.  The hope is that this will spark ideas and possibilities, and some sharing of good practice for others who may be interested in similar for their communities.

Wednesday 21st October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Insurance Group are delighted to announce that Gaia will take up residence in the cathedral nave between Tuesday 13 October and Sunday 1 November 2020. 

A touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface offering an extraordinary opportunity to see our home planet at scale.

A specially made surround sound composition by BAFTA award winning Composer Dan Jones is played alongside the sculpture. In Greek Mythology Gaia is the personification of the Earth.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

19:30A World Rebooted by Ruth Valerio (Gaia: online)

Hope for Creation: Building a Greener Future Together

Wednesday 21 October 7.30pm to 8.30pm

Online Environment Symposium Lecture

A World Rebooted by Ruth Valerio

In lockdown, there have been positive surprises in the midst of the pain. We saw renewed community life as we organised ourselves to help neighbours and look out for each other. We placed a new value on people who sometimes go unnoticed: delivery drivers, supermarket workers, refuse collectors, NHS workers. We rediscovered how important nature is to our wellbeing and saw nature thrive and pollution levels drop. And we learnt that in a crisis we really can act and change ingrained habits.

Will we hold on to those positives or go back to the ‘old normal’? We know the old normal was leading to environmental catastrophe and harming countless numbers of people, around the world and in the UK. We now have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to reboot our economy in a fair, sustainable way – so that it works for everyone and protects the environment.

Thursday 22nd October 2020 Limited Access today 10.00am - 12.30pm There will be no access to the Nave and East End between 10.00am and 12.30pm on Thursday 22nd October due to the UWE Gloucester Awards ceremony taking place. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Insurance Group are delighted to announce that Gaia will take up residence in the cathedral nave between Tuesday 13 October and Sunday 1 November 2020. 

A touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface offering an extraordinary opportunity to see our home planet at scale.

A specially made surround sound composition by BAFTA award winning Composer Dan Jones is played alongside the sculpture. In Greek Mythology Gaia is the personification of the Earth.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

19:00Our Green Future: Environmental Action by young people

Hope for Creation: Building a Greener Future Together

Thursday 22 October 7.00pm to 8.30pm

Online Environment Symposium Webinar

Our Green Future: Environmental Action by young people, for young people

Speaker Rosemary McCloskey, Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust will be joined by The University of Gloucestershire Green Team committee, Robin Watkin Davis from Shift Movement Art and Gloucestershire Youth Climate Panel member Kane Peters.

This webinar aims to give young people age 12 -24 an idea of the inspirational environmental sustainability work going on across Gloucestershire by other young people.

We have a wonderful, talented range of young people speaking about their experiences working for a greener future, sharing case studies and practical tips plus opportunities for young people to get involved in this valuable work.

Friday 23rd October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Insurance Group are delighted to announce that Gaia will take up residence in the cathedral nave between Tuesday 13 October and Sunday 1 November 2020. 

A touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface offering an extraordinary opportunity to see our home planet at scale.

A specially made surround sound composition by BAFTA award winning Composer Dan Jones is played alongside the sculpture. In Greek Mythology Gaia is the personification of the Earth.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

Saturday 24th October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Insurance Group are delighted to announce that Gaia will take up residence in the cathedral nave between Tuesday 13 October and Sunday 1 November 2020. 

A touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface offering an extraordinary opportunity to see our home planet at scale.

A specially made surround sound composition by BAFTA award winning Composer Dan Jones is played alongside the sculpture. In Greek Mythology Gaia is the personification of the Earth.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Choral Evensong sung by the St. Cyprian Singers

We are delighted to welcome you to the Choral Evensong.

It will look and feel different, but that is for good reason as we seek to protect all in the Cathedral during the present health circumstances. You can read about all the measures in place via the website link below. 

All worship will be offered in accordance with government and church health and safety guidance. If you wish to attend, please send an email to prayers@gloucestercathedral.org.uk to indicate your attendance (before or after the service) stating clearly your name/s and contact details in order to comply with the track and trace process. These records need to be kept for 21 days and will then be destroyed. Thank you.

Read our safety measures.

Sunday 25th October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Insurance Group are delighted to announce that Gaia will take up residence in the cathedral nave between Tuesday 13 October and Sunday 1 November 2020. 

A touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface offering an extraordinary opportunity to see our home planet at scale.

A specially made surround sound composition by BAFTA award winning Composer Dan Jones is played alongside the sculpture. In Greek Mythology Gaia is the personification of the Earth.

10:15Sunday Eucharist sung by the St. Cyprian Singers

We will be delighted to welcome you to the Sunday morning Eucharist. It will look and feel different, but that is for good reason as we seek to protect all in the Cathedral during the present health circumstances. You can read about all the measures in place via the website link below. You can attend in person or visit our website to join lives streaming of the service. All worship will be offered in accordance with government and church health and safety guidance. If you wish to attend, please send an email to prayers@gloucestercathedral.org.uk to indicate your attendance (before or after the service) stating clearly your name/s and contact details in order to comply with the track and trace process. These records need to be kept for 21 days and will then be destroyed. Thank you.

17:30Choral Evensong sung by the St. Cyprian Singers

We are delighted to welcome you to the Choral Evensong.

It will look and feel different, but that is for good reason as we seek to protect all in the Cathedral during the present health circumstances. You can read about all the measures in place via the website link below. 

All worship will be offered in accordance with government and church health and safety guidance. If you wish to attend, please send an email to prayers@gloucestercathedral.org.uk to indicate your attendance (before or after the service) stating clearly your name/s and contact details in order to comply with the track and trace process. These records need to be kept for 21 days and will then be destroyed. Thank you.

Read our safety measures.

Monday 26th October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Insurance Group are delighted to announce that Gaia will take up residence in the cathedral nave between Tuesday 13 October and Sunday 1 November 2020. 

A touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface offering an extraordinary opportunity to see our home planet at scale.

A specially made surround sound composition by BAFTA award winning Composer Dan Jones is played alongside the sculpture. In Greek Mythology Gaia is the personification of the Earth.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

Tuesday 27th October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Insurance Group are delighted to announce that Gaia will take up residence in the cathedral nave between Tuesday 13 October and Sunday 1 November 2020. 

A touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface offering an extraordinary opportunity to see our home planet at scale.

A specially made surround sound composition by BAFTA award winning Composer Dan Jones is played alongside the sculpture. In Greek Mythology Gaia is the personification of the Earth.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

Wednesday 28th October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Insurance Group are delighted to announce that Gaia will take up residence in the cathedral nave between Tuesday 13 October and Sunday 1 November 2020. 

A touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface offering an extraordinary opportunity to see our home planet at scale.

A specially made surround sound composition by BAFTA award winning Composer Dan Jones is played alongside the sculpture. In Greek Mythology Gaia is the personification of the Earth.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

Thursday 29th October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Insurance Group are delighted to announce that Gaia will take up residence in the cathedral nave between Tuesday 13 October and Sunday 1 November 2020. 

A touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface offering an extraordinary opportunity to see our home planet at scale.

A specially made surround sound composition by BAFTA award winning Composer Dan Jones is played alongside the sculpture. In Greek Mythology Gaia is the personification of the Earth.

10:00'The World Awakens' - Multi-Story Orchestra event (SAL)

'The World Awakens' - Multi-Story Orchestra event

Thursday 29 October 10.00am to 5.00pm

Free – as part of a GAIA visit, spaces must be booked

The Multi-Story Orchestra (MSO) are famous around the world for performing beautiful, classical music…in high rise car parks around the UK. The World Awakens is a ‘virtual performance’ of a brand new piece of music that MSO have made with pupils from schools in Gloucester. It’s a digital orchestra – with each instrument and voice recorded separately, in people’s homes and schools, during isolation – and now all the parts are being combined together for the big finale.

Making the piece has involved The Multi-Story Orchestra, three opera soloists and a virtual choir formed of hundreds of young people and community groups from Gloucester and Southwark.

Join us on 29 October 2020 to hear the whole performance, and to watch a digital animation set to its soundtrack by Mary Martins.

11:00Mission Net Zero: Delivering Positive Climate Action(online)

Hope for Creation: Building a Greener Future Together

Thursday 29 October 11.00am to 1.00pm

Online Environment Symposium Event

Mission Net Zero: Delivering Positive Climate Action

•Dr Alex Ryan, Director of Sustainability, University of Gloucestershire (Chair)
•Interface – Becky Gordon, UK & Ireland Sustainability Manager
•Forest Green Rovers – Dr Gary Thomas, Sustainability Lead, Ecotricity
•University of Gloucestershire - Dr Jon Furley, Sustainability Operations Manager
•Gloucester Cathedral – Anne Cranston, Head of Projects

The year 2020 is seeing rapid shifts in society towards sustainability - and to ensure that green recovery will be key to our coronavirus adaptation. Organisations across all sectors are taking the initiative and picking up pace to tackle the climate agenda and drive down wider environmental impacts. Meanwhile the Environment Bill 2019 has focused minds on the ambition for ‘Net Zero’ carbon reduction that covers all our direct and indirect emissions. The Net Zero challenge is complex but the appetite for change is clear – sustainability is the imperative that no individual or industry can afford to ignore.

Join us for this business-focused session with expert speakers from four different organisations sharing their latest plans and delivery issues for Mission Net Zero.

Supported by RCE Severn – our Regional Centre of Expertise in Sustainability Education for collaboration in the Severn region, based at University of Gloucestershire.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

Friday 30th October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Insurance Group are delighted to announce that Gaia will take up residence in the cathedral nave between Tuesday 13 October and Sunday 1 November 2020. 

A touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface offering an extraordinary opportunity to see our home planet at scale.

A specially made surround sound composition by BAFTA award winning Composer Dan Jones is played alongside the sculpture. In Greek Mythology Gaia is the personification of the Earth.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

Saturday 31st October 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Gaia at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Insurance Group are delighted to announce that Gaia will take up residence in the cathedral nave between Tuesday 13 October and Sunday 1 November 2020. 

A touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface offering an extraordinary opportunity to see our home planet at scale.

A specially made surround sound composition by BAFTA award winning Composer Dan Jones is played alongside the sculpture. In Greek Mythology Gaia is the personification of the Earth.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.