A lovely morning and a good forecast for the next few days. That will help the feeling of Spring coming. The magnolias and forsythia are splendid and the cherry blossom is starting to look magnificent too.
A candle is burning in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit and a special prayer has been written for those who died or were injured or bereaved in the terrorist attack in London on March 22. Please join us to pray or to light a candle.
Visit Belfast member organisations and front-of-house staff from tourist facilities across the City were given a tour of St Anne’s on March 21.
Welcome to Belfast Cathedral’s new look website. We hope you will find this website colourful, easy to navigate and above all informative.
Hundreds of children flocked to Patrick’s Mysterious Adventure hosted by Connor Children’s Council in St Anne’s Cathedral from March 15-19.
We are approaching the moment at which the new Cathedral website is to appear. It is scheduled to be today and, as I write this early on Tuesday morning, I am not sure whether it will appear on the old website or be loaded onto the new one.
The March / April issue of the Cathedral Digest, our bi-monthly magazine featuring all the news and events from St Anne’s, is now available both in print and online.
The Rev Gill Withers, rector of Greyabbey & Kircubbin, Ballyphilip & Ardquin, was installed as a Canon of St Anne’s Cathedral by the Dean of Belfast on Sunday March 5.
Gill, who was appointed a Canon by the Bishop of Down and Dromore, the Rt Rev Harold Miller, is a native of Carrickfergus and attended St Nicholas Parish Church. (more…)
St Anne’s Cathedral, in conjunction with the Corrymeela Community, is offering people the opportunity to come and pray in silence on four afternoons during Lent.
‘Sanctus – Come savour silence in the rhythm of prayer,’ will take place in sacred space in the Chapel of Unity on Wednesdays March 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th at 4.30pm. This will be followed by Choral Evensong at 5.30pm.
The Dean of Belfast is to release £7,000 from Black Santa funds to Christian Aid to use in its work to alleviate famine in South Sudan.
The charity says that 100,000 people are at risk of starvation, and a further one million are classified as on the brink of famine. Almost five million people are in urgent need of food.