Welcome to
Coventry Cathedral

What's on at Coventry Cathedral today:

General Visiting times for New Cathedral & Ruins

Mon-Sat 10:00am–4:00pm
Sun 12:00pm–3:30pm
Mon 4th December
Open 10:00am–4:00pm
Coventry Cathedral is open as normal today

News & Updates

  • A farewell to Bishop Christopher
    7 Nov — Hundreds of people from across the diocese and beyond gathered at Coventry Cathedral on the 4th November for a service of thanksgiving and farewell to Bishop Christopher. After fifteen years as Bishop of Coventry, it…
  • New Chief Operating Officer Appointment
    28 Jul — We are delighted to announce the appointment of Simon Danks as our new Chief Operating Officer, overseeing the commercial and operations life of the Cathedral, working closely with the Dean, other clergy, heads of…
  • Anthony Blee, 1935 - 2023
    26 Jul — We were incredibly saddened to learn of the passing of Anthony Blee FRSA FRIBA, son-in-law to Sir Basil Spence and partner in his firm, and a key figure in the design and construction of the New Coventry Cathedral. In…

A welcome message from the Dean

Healing wounds. Living with difference. Building justice and peace.

As a global leader in Christian reconciliation, we show that journeys of transformation from darkness to light, aren’t just possible. They happen here, every day. We invite you to visit us and experience them.

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Raising £2 million to refurbish the Cathedral’s magnificent organ

Please help us reach our goal

Live streaming

Join us for Morning Prayer

Morning Prayer services are live-streamed every week day at 8.30 am. Other regular live-streamed services include the Litany of Reconciliation at 12 noon and the Eucharist and Choral Evensong on Sundays.

You can find out more and watch our live-stream services on Facebook here, which is also where you will find most of our broadcasts from the recent past.

“We are trying to banish all thoughts of revenge. We are going to try to make a kinder world.”

From Provost Howard’s 1940 broadcast, made from the Ruins on Christmas Day, six weeks after the Blitz.

Using an act of violence, to form friendship
Broken Angel

Full story

Find us

We are right at the heart of Coventry

We're 100m from the bus station and 300m from the multi-story car park at Salt Lane CV1 2GY. Once on foot, head for Cuckoo Lane for the best entrance into the Ruin. Especially on your first visit, it’s always best to enter the New Cathedral, via the Ruin.

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