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Events at Truro Cathedral

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Events at the Cathedral 2016

This Calendar is published as a guide to activities and events happening at the Cathedral during 2016.

These events may be subject to alteration. For up-to-date information about events please contact the Cathedral Office (01872 276782).

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JANUARY

 

Wednesday 27

All Day

Holocaust Memorial Day Exhibition and prayers

Wednesday 27

5.30pm

Special Evensong for Holocaust Memorial Day - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir

Thursday 28

7 for 7.30pm

Truro Theological Society Lecture – Given by Dr Tim Gibson (SWMTC and freelance journalist) – ‘This barren land?’ - In search of the Church of England’. In the Chapter House. Tickets £4 on the door. For more information contact Rev’d Canon Dr Stephen Dawes 01872 223181 or dawes5@phonecoop.coop

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Saturday 30

11am – 2.30pm

Messy Table - Free art and Craft activities for children and families.

Saturday 30

9.30am - 3.30pm

Recruiting Boy Choristers: Be A Chorister For A Day - For boys currently in Years 2,3 and 4. Experience life as a Cathedral Chorister including the chance to learn some new music and sing with the Choristers. The day culminates with the Choristers’ annual Cushion Concert at 2.30pm in Truro Cathedral Places are free but must be pre-booked by contacting Polwhele House School: 01872 273011; office@polwhelehouse.co.uk

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Saturday 30

2.30pm

Free Cushion Concert in association with the West Briton - All are welcome to this free concert but it is particularly aimed at families with children. Bring cushions and sit at the very front of the Cathedral, where the Cathedral Choir’s eighteen boy Choristers will introduce and sing a short programme of beautiful music

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Sunday 31

10am

Solemn Eucharist of Candlemas - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir

Sunday 31

4pm

Solemn Evensong of Candlemas - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir

FEBRUARY

Until 7 Feb

10-5 M-S &12-4 Sun

Create to Commemorate Exhibition - An exhibition by BA (Hons) Contemporary Craft students from Falmouth University bringing together the Royal Cornwall Museum and Truro Cathedral using the link of ‘Sir Hussey Vivian’, a loyal ‘Truronian’ who commanded the 6th Calvary Brigade at the Battle of Waterloo. The exhibition re-interprets objects relating to Sir Hussey Vivian that can be found in both the museum and cathedral. Free. click here

Mondays

12.10pm

Monday Prayer - in St Mary’s Aisle click here

Thursdays

12.10pm

Weekly Christian Meditation - in St Mary’s Aisle

Wednesday 3

3pm

Beetle Drive - Join a lively group for some fun in Cathedral Restaurant. £5 includes tea.

Wednesday 3

3.30pm

Live Choral Evensong on BBC Radio 3 - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir.  All welcome. Please be seated by 3.15pm click here

Saturday 6

11am-2pm

Children’s Messy Table - Free fun for families and children

Saturday 6

1pm

City of Truro Wind Orchestra Informal Concert - Free with retiring collection click here

Tuesday 9 3.30-4pm

Friends of Truro Cathedral Talk: St Petroc's Society £6 with tea in Cathedral Restaurant

 

Tuesday 9

7.30pm

Truro Cathedral Lent Course: Pilgrim – a course for the Christian journey.

Exploring the Beatitudes and the Christian vision for the world. In the Chapter House. £10 includes course booklet and refreshments. Please contact Rev’d Jane Horton via the Cathedral Office and leave your name and contact details. Six Tuesday evenings from 9 February to 15 March.

Wednesday 10

10-5 M-S &12-4 Sun

Carbon Fast Exhibition - Highlighting the ways in which changing individual behaviours can help change the world. Practical advice on how you can reduce your carbon footprint. Until 27 March. Free

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Wednesday 10

10am

Friends' Coffee Morning - in the Pearson Room (10-Noon) All welcome

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Wednesday 10

12 Noon

Lent Reading from the Gospel according to St Luke - Monday-Friday, not Thursdays, through Lent.

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Wednesday 10

5.30pm

Ash Wednesday - Solemn Eucharist and Imposition of Ashes with a liturgical performance by our Cathedral Choir of Allegri’s famous motet Miserere Mei, Deus with its haunting top Cs sung by a solo boy Chorister. click here

Thursday 11

7.30pm

Cornwall Music Service Trust - “A celebration”. This is the first anniversary concert of the Cornwall Music Service Trust, including performances by Cornwall Youth Brass Ensemble, Cornwall Youth Wind Orchestra, and Cornwall Youth Jazz Orchestra plus many other spectacular performers and special guest compere Kernow King. Ticketing by Hall for Cornwall 01872 262466 www.hallforcornwall.co.uk £6 each, children free. click here

Sunday 14

From

12 noon

Sunday Carvery Lunch in the Cathedral Restaurant - Enjoy a one course (£8.95) or two course (£10.95) delicious meal. Please pre-book on 01872 245011 or catering@trurocathedral.org.uk   click here

Sunday 14

8pm

Open to Question - An informal opportunity to reflect on issues of Faith with Rev Canon Dr Stephen Dawes in the Pearson Room. Entry via blue door opposite cathedral car park entrance. Free click here

Monday 15

10am, 2pm or 7.30pm

Windows into the Psalms - The Psalms are less well-known than they were. This course will explore their main themes and styles to see what they might teach us about God, faith and life’. 6 week course. £10 per course. Evening entry is via the blue door opposite the entrance to Cathedral car park.

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Monday 15 – Saturday 20

11-1pm

Half-Term Fun for Children and Families - Enjoy a visit to the Cathedral with trails and drop-in craft activities on our messy table. (All free).

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Thursday 18

2pm

Mothers’ Union AGM and social meeting - in the Pearson Room

Saturday 20

1pm

Goonvrea Singers Informal Concert - Free with retiring collection

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Sunday 21

After worship

Fairtrade Table - A selection of Fairtrade products to buy

Thursday 25

2pm

Mothers’ Union Lent Course: Pilgrim – a course for the Christian journey. Exploring the Beatitudes and the Christian vision for the world. In the Pearson Room. Also on 3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th March. All Welcome.

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Saturday 27

1pm

The Ingleheart Singers Informal concert - Free with retiring collection

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Sunday 28

4pm

Special Evensong to mark the start of Fairtrade Fortnight, Carbonfast Exhibition and the return of the Climate Change Cyclists from their Pilgrimage2Paris! With talk by one of the intrepid cyclists, Euan McPhee.

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Monday 29 Feb – Sunday 13 March

FAIRTRADE FORTNIGHT - with a number of events and activities taking place. click here

For details see www.fairtrade.org.uk

 

MARCH

Mondays

12.10pm

Monday Prayer - in St Mary’s Aisle

Thursdays

12.10pm

Weekly Christian Meditation - in St Mary’s Aisle

Wednesday 2

3pm

Beetle Drive - Join a lively group for some fun in Cathedral Restaurant. £5 includes tea

Wednesday 2

6.45pm

The Schools Big Sing Concert - St Piran’s Cross Multi Academy Trust Big Sing, 5 Church of England Schools ( Bishop Bronescombe, Grampound Road, Grampound with Creed, Ladock and Veryan) come together to perform a wonderful concert, all welcome tickets £4 on the door children free.

Friday 4

5.30pm

First Evening Prayer of Piran of Cornwall

Friday 4

7.30pm

Truro Cathedral Choir Spring Concert: Something old, something new Our Spring concert is an evening of contrasts featuring settings of similar texts by old and new composers including Tallis, Purcell, Byrd, Lobo, Górecki, MacMillan, Poulenc and Lauridsen. Tickets £12 (under-18s free) available from Hall For Cornwall, 01872 262466 or www.hallforcornwall.co.uk  A pre-concert supper will be served from 5.30pm – 7.15pm. Please pre-book on 01872 245011 or email on catering@trurocathedral.org.uk  

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Saturday 5

Served from noon – 2.30pm

St Piran’s Day Lunch - A special themed menu using the best of Cornish produce. No need to book just come and enjoy.

Saturday 5

11-2pm

Children’s Messy Table - Free fun for families and children

Saturday 5

Noon

Jeremy Kemp (piano) Informal Concert - Free with retiring collection

Sunday 6

10am

Mothering Sunday Service and Sunday Carvery Lunch - in the Cathedral Restaurant. Enjoy a one course (£9.95) or two course (£12.95) delicious meal. Please pre-book on 01872 245011 or catering@trurocathedral.org.uk  

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Sunday 6

6pm

St Mark’s Gospel - a sung recitation Canon Emeritus, Alan Rowell, sings his own meditative musical setting of the Gospel of St Mark in St Mary’s Aisle. All welcome, free with a retiring collection.

Wednesday 9

From 10am

Friends' Coffee Morning - in the Pearson Room (10-noon) All welcome

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Friday 11

1.10pm

Organ Extravaganza - The Launch of 2016 season of Free lunchtime organ recitals with Christopher Gray, Luke Bond and Jospeh O’Berry. Free with retiring collection.

Saturday 12

7.30pm

Three Spires Singers and Orchestra: Durante - Mozart - Haydn

With soloist Freddie Brown and a programme featuring Durante’s Magnificat,
Mozart’s Piano Concerto no. 21and Haydn’s Paukenmesse (Missa in tempore belli)

Conductor: Christopher Gray

Tickets £12-£21from Hall For Cornwall, 01872 262466 or www.hallforcornwall.co.uk

Sunday 13

6pm

RSCM Cornwall: Come and Sing Stainer’s Crucifixion - with rehearsals at 3.30pm and performance at 6pm. See www.rscmcornwall.co.uk for details.

Sunday 13

8pm

Open to Question - An informal opportunity to reflect on issues of Faith with Rev Canon Dr Stephen Dawes in the Pearson Room. Entry via blue door opposite cathedral car park entrance. Free click here

Thursday 17

10-4pm

West Briton Jobs Fair

Friday 18

1.10pm

Lunchtime organ recital - given by David Hobourn (Lyon). Free with retiring collection.

Friday 18

5.30pm

Solemn First Evensong of Joseph of Nazareth - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir with Boy Choristers.

Saturday 19

11am-2pm

Children’s Messy Table - Free fun for families and children

Saturday 19

1pm

Liz Chivers (contralto) Informal Concert - Free with retiring collection

Sunday 20

After worship

Fairtrade Table - A selection of Fairtrade products to buy

Friday 25

1.10pm

No lunchtime organ recital

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Easter Animation Workshops during the school holidays – TBC – see www.trurocathedral.org.uk for details or call 01872 276782

HOLY WEEK

AND EASTER

Join us at Easter as we celebrate Christ’s ultimate triumph over death. There are a variety of services to which you are warmly invited. Most are choral, sung by the Cathedral Choir. A full list of services over the period can be downloaded from our website.

Sunday 20 March

10am

Palm Sunday Service - The donkey leading us in procession round the cathedral helps us to recall Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem to suffer and to die.

Sunday 20 March

6pm

St John Passion by J S Bach - Join St Mary’s Singers and orchestra for this liturgical performance of one of the greatest choral works ever written. (Free with retiring collection).

Monday 21, Tuesday 22 & Wednesday 23 March

7pm

Sung Eucharists for Holy Week - sung by the Lay Vicars and Choral Scholars of Truro Cathedral Choir.

Thursday 24 March

10.30am

Diocesan Chrism Eucharist - All are welcome to this special service as the clergy of the diocese renew their ordination vows, and the Bishop blesses the oils to be used by them in their pastoral ministry.

Thursday 24 March

7pm

Maundy Thursday Eucharist of the Last Supper - with Truro Cathedral Choir (with its girl Choristers) singing Hassler’s Missa Dixit Maria and Byrd’s ‘Ave verum corpus’, followed by the Vigil and Watch of Prayer.

Friday 25

10am

The Good Friday Service - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir (with its boy Choristers). The events of Good Friday unfold in this moving service of solemn music and intense drama, including the St John Passion by Victoria and the Reproaches by Sanders.

Friday 25

12 noon

The Three-Hour Devotion - with the Rt Revd Chris Goldsmith, Bishop of St Germans.

Friday 25

5.30pm

Good Friday Evensong - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir (with its boy Choristers). A dignified, quiet service, with plainsong and music by Byrd and Lotti.

Sunday 27

5.30am

The Dawn Service - sung by the Lay Vicars and Choral Scholars of Truro Cathedral Choir. A real treat for the early-birds! Experience an exciting dawn as we celebrate the coming of the new Light of Christ with the Plainsong music of the Missa de Angelis.

Sunday 27

After service

Early Bird Brunch - served after the service in the Cathedral Restaurant. Please book in advance on 01872 245009 / 245011

Sunday 27

10am

The Easter Festival Service - The full drama of this day is played out in music and symbol at this service. Truro Cathedral Choir (with both its boy and girl Choristers) sings Mozart’s ‘Credo’ Mass, together with anthems by Wood and Stanford. The Rt Rev’d Tim Thornton, Bishop of Truro, preaching.

Sunday 27

After service

Easter Day Lunch in the Cathedral Restaurant - Enjoy a one course (£9.95) or two course (£12.95) delicious meal. Please pre-book on 01872 245011 or catering@trurocathedral.org.uk  

Sunday 27

4pm

Easter Day Evensong - The final service of the day, when music sung by Truro Cathedral Choir will include the much-loved anthem Blessed be the God and Father by Wesley.

Monday 28

9.30am

BANK HOLIDAY - Cathedral opens at 9.30am

Tuesday 29

11am

Free Guided Tours of the Cathedral begin - Monday to Thursday at 11am. I you are visiting specifically for a tour please contact the Cathedral Office to check that it is running. If you would like to book a group tour for your organisation, please call 01872 245001 or email events@trurocathedral.org.uk

APRIL

Mondays

12.10pm

Monday Prayer - in St Mary’s Aisle

Thursdays

12.10pm

Weekly Christian Meditation - in St Mary’s Aisle

Friday 1

1.10pm

Lunchtime organ recital - given by Michael Hoeg (Falmouth). Free with retiring collection

Saturday 2

11am-2pm

Children’s Messy Table - Free fun for families and children

Sunday 3

4pm

Solemn First Evensong of the Annunciation of Our Lord to the Virgin Mary - sung by St Mary’s Singers.

Monday 4

2pm & 7.30pm

Windows into Christian Initiation in the Church of England

Christian Initiation is about how one becomes a Christian. In the Church of England this involves Baptism, Confirmation and First Communion.This course looks at where these ideas come from and where they might be going. Run on 4th, 11th and 18th April and 9th, 16th and 23rd May, £10 per course. Evening session entry via Blue door opposite entrance to Cathedral car park.

 

Friday 8

1.10pm

Lunchtime organ recital - given by Sachin Gunga (Wakefield Cathedral). Free with retiring collection

Friday 8

7.30pm

Cornwall Family Orchestra & Youth Orchestra Concert - Tickets from Cornwall Riviera Box Office 01726 879500 or www.crbo.co.uk

Saturday 9

11am

Mothers’ Union Lady Day Service - All welcome

Saturday 9

7.30pm

Cornwall Youth Wind Orchestra - 30th Anniversary performance with music, theatrical performance and dance. Tickets available from Hall for Cornwall 01872 262466 / www.hallforcornwall.co.uk £6 per person £3 under 16’s.

Sunday 10

10am and 4pm

Visiting Choir: services today are sung by the Choir of St Crispin’s School, Wokingham - see monthly music lists for further details

Sunday 10

From

12 noon

Sunday Carvery Lunch in the Cathedral Restaurant - Enjoy a one course (£8.95) or two course (£10.95) delicious meal. Please pre-book on 01872 245011 or catering@trurocathedral.org.uk  

Sunday 10

8pm

Open to Question - An informal opportunity to reflect on issues of Faith with Rev Canon Dr Stephen Dawes in the Pearson Room. Entry via blue door opposite cathedral car park entrance. Free click here

Wednesday 13

From 10am

Friends' Coffee Morning - in the Pearson Room (10-Noon) All welcome

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Friday 15

1.10pm

Lunchtime organ recital - given by Justin Miller (Worcester Cathedral Cathedral). Free with retiring collection

Saturday 16

11-2pm

Children’s Messy Table - Free fun for families and children

Saturday 16

5pm

Full Peal attempt

Sunday 17

10am and 4pm

Visiting Choir: services today are sung by The Little Choir - see monthly music lists for further details

Sunday 17

After worship

Fairtrade Table - A selection of Fairtrade products to buy

Tuesday 19

7.30pm

2016 Benson Lecture - Religion in Modern Britain: Revisiting a Research Site. - Given by Professor Grace Davie, Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Exeter. In this lecture she will be exploring the changes in religious life in the UK since 1945. £5 tickets on the door

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Thursday 21

2pm

Mothers’ Union monthly meeting - with speaker, Rev’d Jane Horton, Cathedral Curate, talking about her life and experiences. In Pearson Room of the Cathedral Office. All welcome

Friday 22

1.10pm

Lunchtime organ recital - given by Sam Hudson (Blackburn). Free with retiring collection

Friday 22

5.30pm

Solemn First Evensong of George, Martyr, Patron of England - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir

Saturday 23

7.30pm

Truro Choral Society and Truro Symphony Orchestra perform Beethoven’s Mass in C & Symphony No.5 in C Minor -

Lovers of Beethoven can enjoy three of his works at this concert. Besides the Mass in C and his 5th Symphony, Martin Palmer will conduct Truro Symphony Orchestra in Beethoven's "Hallelujah". Also on the programme is Schumann's song "Abendlied"

Tickets £16 (U19s free) from Hall For Cornwall, 01872 262466 or www.hallforcornwall.co.uk

Sunday 24

4pm

Evensong celebrating the music of the Wesleys - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir, featuring music written by John and Charles Wesley, with preacher the Revd Simon Clarke from the Newquay, Perranporth and St Agnes Methodist Circuit. All welcome, refreshments served afterwards. click here for poster

Sunday 24

6pm

Singing the Wesleys – Celebrating the Wesleys in music and song - a gala concert with congregational singing compered by Tony Jasper and featuring performances by Methodist Choirs, The Corineus Quartet, the Celtic Fiddlers and Keur Heb Hanow.  All welcome, free with a retiring collection. click here for poster

Monday 25

5.30pm

Solemn Eucharist of Mark the Evangelist - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir

Wednesday 27

5.30pm

Evensong ‘Swords into Ploughshares’ - a special Evensong for peace honouring Cornish soldier and clergyman Canon John Henry Parsons MC who had his own military sword, and that of a Turkish officer he took prisoner during the First World War, turned into a ploughshare which he used to grow wheat that was made into Communion Bread. All welcome.

Friday 29

1.10pm

Lunchtime organ recital - given by Joseph O’Berry (Truro Cathedral). Free with retiring collection

Friday 29

7.30pm

Evening Organ Concert given by Johann Vexo (Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris) - Tickets £10 on the door (under-18s free)

Saturday 30

1pm

Kesson Tus Informal Concert - Free with retiring collection

MAY

Mondays

12.10pm

Monday Prayer - in St Mary’s Aisle

Thursdays

12.10pm

Weekly Christian Meditation - in St Mary’s Aisle

Sunday 1

4pm

Solemn Evensong of Philip and James, Apostles - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir.

Monday 2

9.30am

BANK HOLIDAY - Cathedral opens at 9.30am

Tuesday 3

1pm

Piano recital - Corineus Quartet with Paul Comeau (piano). Free with retiring collection

Wednesday 4

5.30pm

Solemn First Evensong of the Ascension - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir

Thursday 5

5.30pm

Solemn Eucharist of the Ascension - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir

Friday 6

1.10pm

Lunchtime organ recital - given by Paul Derrett (Bridlington). Free with retiring collection

Saturday 7

11-2pm

Messy Table for families and children - Free art and craft activities

Saturday 7

1pm

Four Tunes Saxophone Quartet Informal Concert - Free with retiring Collection

Saturday 7

6pm

Diocesan Confirmation Service

Saturday 7

7.30pm

Barn Dance in the Cathedral Restaurant – details TBC

Sunday 8

2pm

Remember Our Child Service - A service for families and friends to remember and celebrate the lives of children who have died. All welcome. (contact the Cathedral Office for details 01872 276782)

Sunday 8

4pm

Solemn First Evensong of Michael, Protector of Cornwall - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir.

Sunday 8

8pm

Open to Question - An informal opportunity to reflect on issues of Faith with Rev Canon Dr Stephen Dawes in the Pearson Room. Entry via blue door opposite cathedral car park entrance. Free click here

Monday 9

5.30pm

Solemn Eucharist of Michael, Protector of Cornwall - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir.

Wednesday 11

From 10am

Friends' Coffee Morning - in the Pearson Room (10-Noon) All welcome

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Friday 13

1.10pm

Lunchtime organ recital - given by Jonathan Delbridge (Somerset). Free with retiring collection

Friday 13

5.30pm

Solemn First Evensong of Matthias, Apostle - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir.

Friday 13

7.30pm

The Sixteen: Choral Pilgrimage 2016 - Celebrating the work of William Byrd and Arvo Pärt, composers from very different eras, both of whom are considered masters of sacred music despite having faced considerable persecution for their work. Tickets from Local Box Office: Hall for Cornwall 01872 262466, www.hallforcornwall.org.uk or National box office – 01904 651485 / www.ncem.co.uk click here for poster

Saturday 14

7.30pm

Falmouth University Fashion Show

Sunday 15

10am

Solemn Eucharist of Pentecost - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir

Sunday 15

4pm

Solemn Evensong of Pentecost - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir

Sunday 15

After worship

Fairtrade Table - A selection of Fairtrade products to buy

Tuesday 17

1pm

Piano recital - Eleanor Sullivan (oboe) with Lucy Melluish (piano). Free with retiring collection

Thursday 19

7 for 7.30pm

Truro Theological Lecture - ‘Getting your hands dirty’ Christianity and International Politics. Given by Dr Richard Lock-Pullan. Tickets £4 on the Chapter House door.

Friday 20

1.10pm

Lunchtime organ recital - given by Simon Dunbavand (Cornwall). Free with retiring collection

Saturday 21

11-2pm

Messy Table for families and children - Free art and craft activities

Saturday 21

1pm

Cornwall Returners Orchestra Informal Concert - Free with retiring collection

Saturday 21

5.30pm

First Evening Prayer of Trinity Sunday

Saturday 21

5pm

Full Peal attempt

Sunday 22

10am

Solemn Eucharist of Trinity Sunday - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir

Sunday 22

All day

Friends of Truro Cathedral AGM - with morning Eucharist at 10am and 4pm Evensong. see www.friendsoftrurocathedral.org.uk for details.

Sunday 22

4pm

Solemn Evensong of Trinity Sunday - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir

Wednesday 25

5.30pm

Solemn First Evensong of Corpus Christi - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir and attended by the College of Canons

Thursday 26

5.30pm

Solemn Eucharist of Corpus Christi - sung by Truro Cathedral Choir

Friday 27

1.10pm

Lunchtime organ recital - given by Luke Bond (Truro Cathedral). Free with retiring collection

Saturday 28

7.30pm

Aled Jones Cathedral Concert Tour - Aled Jones needs no introduction. Over thirty albums selling over 7 million copies, writer and broadcaster – the consummate performer. Tickets from Ticketmaster 0844 844 0444 or online www.ticketmaster.co.uk click here for poster

Monday 30

9.30am

BANK HOLIDAY - Cathedral opens at 9.30am

Monday 30

5.30pm

First Evening Prayer of the Visit of the Blessed Virgin Mary to Elizabeth

Tuesday 31 May to Saturday 4 June

11-1pm

Half-Term Fun for Children and Families - with children’s trails and drop-in art & craft activities on our messy table. (All free.)

Wednesday 1 June

10-5 M-S &12-4 Sun

Assembly - An installation consisting of five chairs from Passchendaele’s St. Audomarus Church – each representing the casualties of one year of the war 1914 -1918 (which is shown in small lead numbers on the chairs). An accompanying book lists all the casualties who died in Belgium with space for your family’s stories to be added. Until 31st August