Tag Archive: eucharist

  1. Mid-Morning Eucharist – Ash Wednesday

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    Join us for a simple, said service of Holy Communion with the Imposition of Ashes, with bible readings and prayers.

    Please note, this service takes place in the Quire NOT St George’s Chapel.

    It is in contemporary language and lasts about 30 minutes. (Common Worship Order One)

  2. Early Eucharist – Ash Wednesday

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    Start your day with a quiet and reflective service of Holy Communion with the Imposition of Ashes.

    Please note, this service takes place in the Quire NOT St George’s Chapel.

    The service is in contemporary language and lasts about half an hour.

    (Common Worship Order One)

  3. Early Eucharist

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    Start your day with a quiet and reflective service of Holy Communion in St George’s Chapel, off the North (left hand) Aisle of the Cathedral.

    The service is in contemporary language and lasts about half an hour.

    (Common Worship Order One)

  4. Pride Eucharist

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    All are welcome to an inclusive and affirming communion service, celebrating our God-given diversity. Come and worship God as the beautiful human person you are.

  5. Pride Eucharist

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    All are welcome to an inclusive and affirming communion service, celebrating our God-given diversity. Come and worship God as the beautiful human person you are. Join us for Pride Eucharist, 4pm on Sunday.

     

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  6. A Joyful Weekend of Ordinations!!

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    What a wonderful couple of days for the Cathedral, and our Diocesan family, as we welcomed 6 new Deacons and 7 new Priests into the ordained ministry of the Church!

    Bishop Christine led a moving and powerful service on Saturday afternoon for the Deaconing, and we were back again on Sunday morning for the Priesting.  Bishop Tom Butler preached on both occasions in his characteristically engaging and thought-provoking style, reminding us, amongst other things, that the Church is called to be more like a trawler than a raft (a working boat, fishing for and feeding people – rather than a place to huddle close, focusing simply on maintenance and survival)

    It was a joy to welcome friends, families and supporters from near and far to witness these 13 candidates making such a profound commitment to the service of Christ and of his people.  As Bishop Christine laid hands on each candidate, the power of our prayers and the presence of God’s Holy Spirit was palpable!

    Below are links to photographs of both occasions, taken by our talented Diocesan Communications Office, Martin Sheppard.

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  7. Ordination of Priests

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    The Ordination of Priests

  8. Festal Eucharist

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    St Nicholas Cathedral will be marking the Queen’s Birthday celebrations with a festal Eucharist at 10.00am at which the Lord Lieutenant Mrs Sue Winfield will be present.

    The service will feature some well loved hymns and the Choir will sing anthems with a Royal flavour.

    After the service we shall cut a cake and toast her Majesty the Queen. We do hope you may be able to join us for this special occasion.

    For catering purposes, please could you let Ellie know if you are able to attend:

    0191 232 1939 or ellie.robertson@stnicholascathedral.co.uk

     

     

  9. Queen’s Official Birthday Celebrations

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    We warmly welcome you all to join us to celebrate the birthday of Her Majesty the Queen on Sunday 12th June at 10am. There will be a large birthday cake and a glass of prosecco served after the Sung Eucharist, followed by further celebrations of a street party at the Quayside, Millennium Bridge. We look forward to seeing you all and joining us in this celebration!

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  10. Corpus Christi Festal Eucharist

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    A sung service, with incense, giving thanks to God for the blessed sacrament of Holy Communion.

    The setting is:  “Mass for Four Voices” by William Byrd 1543 – 1623 sung by the Girls, Boys and Lay Clerks of the Cathedral Choir.  The anthem, also by Byrd, is “Oculi omnium in te sperant” 

    The President is Canon Clare MacLaren, and a homily will be offered by Cathedral Reader, Mrs Katherine Govier.