January 2016: The number of people joining Christmas services and concerts at Exeter Cathedral increased last month, to 24,500.
This month our Holy Ground community gathers a week earlier than usual for creative worship, contemplative prayer and café discussion around the topic "Can we seek climate justice and hope at a time of extinction?"
The story behind the Pearson Cloister and the space now used by the Cathedral Café.
The Bishop has decided, in conversation with the Dean and Chapter, to hold a Visitation of the Cathedral to allow him to establish an overview of its worship and mission.
The Dean, Jonathan Draper, visited the mosque with members of the Cathedral community to mark Interfaith week. They attended prayers and joined in discussions on ways of increasing co-operation across the faiths in the city.
A minute's silence was observed at the Cathedral on Monday 16th November to remember those who lost their lives in recent terrorist attacks.
The Library and Archives' exhibition opens on Saturday and will include a precious document by English composer Henry Purcell.
Exeter Cathedral is embarking on an exciting new project to help raise money to protect and conserve its buildings for future generations. In February 2016 the first of over 300,000 LEGO bricks will be laid on a model commissioned by the Cathedral team.
The 16th century Bishop of Exeter and Founder of The Manchester Grammar School.
with Greg Valerio