Wednesday 10th February, 1.05 pm and 7.30 pm
To mark Ash Wednesday, the 1.05 pm Eucharist and 7.30 pm Sung Eucharist will include the imposition of ashes.
Ashes to Go
12 noon - 2.00 pm
To mark the beginning of Lent, people have traditionally been marked with ash on their foreheads. Ashes to Go stations will be outside Derby Cathedral and outisde St Peter's in the City at lunchtime on Ash Wednesday, providing a chance to reflect. Passers-by can choose to be marked with ash as a way to begin Lent, remember God, or just to stop and think about how their lives could be different.
Wednesday 27th, 3.00 pm & 6.00 pm
As part of this day of remembrance, a Stone Setting Service will take place at the Bridge Chapel at 3.00 pm, followed by a Holocaust Memorial Service at the Cathedral, Starting at 6.00 pm.
Full details of other activities taking place in the city on Holocaust Memorial Day can be found here>>
Wednesdays throughout January and February (see list below); Derby Cathedral Café, 7.00 pm for 7.30 pm
Where are the similarities and differences between Christianity and Islam on some basic matters of faith?
Join two leading theologians for one or all of the free sessions below to explore the relationship between the two faiths.
January 13th: Notions of 'God'
January 20th: 'Humanity' in Islam and Christianity
February 3rd: Salvation: A Comparison
Sessions led by:
David Thomas, Professor of Christianity and Islam (University of Birmingham)
The Revd Dr Simon Taylor, Canon Chancellor, Derby Cathedral
Sunday 14th - 21st February, in the Cavendish Area of the Cathedral
For one week only, the Cathedral will host a special photographic exhibition featuring stunning works from across the world. The exhibition will be launched by The Revd Richard Reade immediately after the 6.00 pm Evensong on February 14th.
Saturday 30th January 2016, at 7.00 pm
Tickets are priced Adult £10, Concessions £8
The International Staff Band (or ISB) is the premier brass band of The Salvation Army. The ISB participates in most of the UK’s major Salvation Army events and in recent years has shared the concert stage with bands such as Black Dyke Band, Cory Band, London Symphonic Brass and the Don Lusher Big Band.
For tickets and more information please email or call: email@example.com / 07973802960
Tuesday 26th January, 1.00 pm
Derby Quad Curator Peter Bonnell, Derby County Collection Curator Andy Ellis discuss the collection and the County legend, Steve Bloomer.
Join us for this free to attend seminar, followed by refreshments. All welcome.
Friday 22nd January, 7.30 pm
Tickets £20/£18 available from Derby LIVE Box Office, 01332 255800 www.derbylive.co.uk
Principal Conductor Duncan Ward and Sinfonia Viva premiere their 2016 season at Derby Cathedral with a bright selection of classics by Haydn, Mozart and Patterson’s Phoenix Concerto to warm a winter evening. The Orchestra is joined by celebrated soloists Emily Pailthorpe (for whom the Phoenix Concerto was written) and Adam Mackenzie.
Christmas Eve, Thursday 24th December
4.00pm and 6.30 pm ~ These are ticketed due to popularity and are now full
Christmas Eve, 11.30 pm
A free to attend service, all welcome
Christmas Day, Friday 25th December
8.00 am Holy Communion
9.15 am Sung Eucharist (at the Bridge Chapel, Sowter Road)
10.45 am Festival Eucharist ~ led by Dr Alastair Redfern, Bishop of Derby.
5.15 pm Evening Prayer (at the Bridge Chapel, Sowter Road)
Sunday 27th December
8:00am Holy Communion
9:15am Sung Eucharist (Bridge Chapel, Sowter Road)
10:45am Cathedral Eucharist
3:30pm Evensong with carols (Bridge Chapel, Sowter Road)
Parents of children in Years 4 and 5 asked to register support for proposed Derby Cathedral School
An application to establish Derby Cathedral School, the City’s first Church of England 11-19 secondary school, will be submitted to the Department for Education in March 2016. Parents, especially those of children currently in Years 4 and 5, are being asked to show their support for this proposal.
If approved, the school will be fully inclusive and free to attend, welcoming pupils of all abilities, from all backgrounds, of all faiths and none.
The school plans to open in the DE1 postcode area, in the vicinity of Derby Cathedral, in September 2017. Initially opening with four Year 7 classes (120 places), it will admit the same number of Year 7 pupils each year thereafter, reaching full capacity of 840 pupils when the first students reach Year 13 in 2023.
The school will offer a broad and balanced curriculum taught by qualified teachers. Its specialism in Music and Mathematics will be enhanced by strong links with the well-respected Cathedral Choir and Music Department and students will also benefit from an extended school day, excellent pastoral care and a wide range of enrichment opportunities. As Derby’s regeneration framework moves the city towards becoming the UK’s hi-tech industries capital, the school will equip students with the skills and qualifications to enable them to access high quality careers in and around the City.
Derby Cathedral School will be governed by an Academy Trust, and is a joint venture between the Derby Diocesan Academy Trust (DDAT) and Derby Cathedral.
To show your support for Derby Cathedral School, please go to the website, www.derbycathedralschool.org.uk , click on the ‘Register’ tab and complete the short form. You can also follow the school on Facebook.
Sunday 29th November at 6.00pm
Haunting music by the Cathedral Choir
A movement from darkness to light
The Advent season unfolded
Striking readingsA warm welcome
This comes with very best wishes for Advent
If you would like to attend please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
An invitation to all...
After Christmas, Derby Cathedral is running a School of Prayer. This is your invitation to find out more.
The School of Prayer is for anyone who would like to learn about Christian prayer. The eight-week course introduces different ways of praying for people to try, and looks at questions about prayer. It runs on Monday evenings in the Cathedral Cafe, 7.15 - 9.00 pm, 22 February - 14 March 2016.
Who is the God who meets us in prayer? How can we pray, with words and without any words? How can we pray every day? Why do we pray for other people, and with other people? What does the Bible say about prayer? How does prayer fit with the rest of your life?
You don't have to be a Christian or a church member to take part in the School and it’s free of charge. We'll meet from 7.15 pm with tea or coffee and start the course at 7.30 pm. There'll be a mix of talks, practice, praying and discussion. Each evening ends with prayer together.
To book a place online please click here or phone Derby Cathedral Office on 01332 341201
Saturday 14th November 2015
10.00 am - 5.15 pm
Want to learn more about Derby Cathedral's musical tradition? Join our Director of Music and choristers on a day of discovery featuring Q&A sessions, organ recitals, and a tour of the Cathedral led by our Keeper of the Treasures.
Tickets are £10, including tea in the Cathedral Cafe and are available from the Cathedral Bookshop.
Saturday 7th November 2015, at 7.30 pm
Edward Elgar’s profoundly beautiful setting of Cardinal Newman’s poem describes the journey of Gerontius and the progress of his soul through judgement, purgatory and on to his promised redemption. This year, with a line up of prestiguous soloists, Derby Bach Choir are proud to present The Dream of Gerontius.
We welcome Andrew Kennedy and Christopher Maltman, both well-known past winners of the Cardiff Singer of the World competition, who will be appearing together in this concert. Christopher opened the proms with Belshazzar this season so this promises to be a high calibre performance in Derby. We will be supported once again by the Derby Bach Orchestra, led by Derek Williams.
Gerontius: Andrew Kennedy, tenor (Recital Prize 2005)
Priest: Christopher Maltman, baritone (Song Prize 1997)
Angel: Leigh Woolf, mezzo soprano
Tickets are available from Foulds Music Store Irongate and Derby Bach Choir website
Priced at £20 reserved/ £16 unreserved/ £5