Welcome to Rochester Cathedral – a place of Christian worship since AD604
This summer play a round of Adventure Golf in the Nave of Rochester Cathedral.
The smash hit comedy performed in the beautiful gardens at Rochester Cathedral
The enchanting story in Rochester Cathedral’s very own secret garden
Shakespeare’s best-loved romantic comedy performed in the beautiful gardens at Rochester Cathedral
The Knife Angel will be on display at Rochester Cathedral from the 2nd September until the 29th September.
Kent’s most unusual adventure golf course will be at Rochester Cathedral this summer. Created in partnership with the Rochester Bridge Trust, the Medieval Nave will be filled with a bridge-themed adventure golf course.
A statement from The Very Reverend Philip Hesketh, Dean of Rochester on the appearance of Scott Farrell, former Director of Music, in court today
Welcome from the Dean
Welcome to Rochester Cathedral – a place of Christian worship since AD604.
Here women and men have brought the things of earth to touch the things of heaven; their joys and sorrows, the ups and downs of ordinary life.
Here, in the beauty of holiness, the finest that humans can muster has been the offering of the faithful.
Here there has been a welcome, based on the Benedictine tradition that every guest is “as Christ” to the community who gather here.
It is our prayer that through this website and when you visit us in person, you will find these principles lived out day by day in the life of the Cathedral.
Everyone is welcome to visit the Cathedral to take part in our services, admire our treasures and learn more of our stories. You can always be assured of a warm welcome whatever your motivation for visiting this special place.
Diocese of Rochester
The Cathedral is the seat of the Bishop of Rochester and Mother Church of the Diocese of Rochester. The diocese covers West Kent and the London Boroughs of Bromley and Bexley.
More information about the Diocese can be found on their website: www.rochester.anglican.org
Who's who in your Cathedral
Ever wondered who is in the Cathedral team? Click here to find out more!
The care and protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults visiting and participating in Cathedral activities is important to us. You can find out more about our safeguarding policies here.
music at the cathedral
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