The collection includes over fifty poems covering a wide range of subjects inspired by the cathedral, its history, and the city of Bradford itself. Refreshments will follow afterwards at Kala Sangam where there will be an opportunity for everyone to share their memories of Bradford Cathedral and look through photos taken throughout the year and other memories of events that have happened in 2019. To mark this centenary, the cathedral has been running events, services, concerts and exhibitions throughout the year to celebrate this milestone, culminating on Sunday with a very special celebration. Bradford Cathedral has announced an ambitious 2019 programme of concerts by international musicians, talks by renowned speakers, events and exhibitions to mark the centenary of the creation of the Diocese of Bradford and the designation of the former parish church of St Peter’s Bradford as Bradford Cathedral in 1919. It leaves you breathless. It’s a moment when we can give thanks to God for all that has been and pray for all that will be in the future.
At 4pm on Sunday 24th November members of the civic, Diocesan community and guests will fill Bradford Cathedral to mark the anniversary. The congregation will be of people who have played a part in the life of the Cathedral, past and present, and we give thanks for everything that this Cathedral has given to the city and West Yorkshire in the last 100 years. Bradford Council's Chamber Music concerts held at the Cathedral include performances by violinist Tasmin Little (pictured) (January 18), pianist George Todica (February 22), the Pelleas Ensemble (March 15), and international clarinettist, Emma Johnson, pictured (April 12), and there will also be an extra concert by the European Union Chamber Orchestra and the Cathedral Choir on February 1. Jerry Lepine, Dean of Bradford, said, “2019 has been a tremendous year of an enlarged cathedral programme with many memorable highlights. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. Sally Clifford looks back at its history in pictures. Bradford Cathedral’s Centenary year continues with events throughout 2019, culminating with its actual Centenary day on Monday 25th November. “These poems look at Bradford’s Victorian period of ascendancy and explore its imperial legacy. This prayer was read as part of a day of events that celebrated the Epiphany and launched the Cathedral's Centenary Year in 2019.
Poems written by Diane Pacitti, Bradford Cathedral’s Poet in Residence during its centenary year in 2019, have been collected into a new book, published by Canterbury Press. “This cathedral is a vital part of the life of this city and Diocese and we look forward to our next 100 years.”, Limited places can be booked for the 4pm service at bradfordcathedral.churchsuite.co.uk/events/mga5kzsb. There are also themed sets of questions for churches or other organisations, who purchase sets of copies, for group discussion. Diane Pacitti has been commissioned to produce a collection of poems based on the city and cathedral. The Very Revd. Guest speakers will also be visiting the Cathedral, beginning with the Bishop of Leeds (and a former Bishop of Bradford), the Rt Revd Nick Baines, who will give the Epiphany Address on January 6 – ‘Going back a different way – being Christian in a populist world.’ Anne-Marie Canning MBE, Director of Social Mobility at Kings College London will speak on the subject ‘Flourishing City’ on March 11, and the former Bishop of Oxford, Rt Revd John Pritchard will lead the Cathedral's Lent Course, speaking on March 13, 20 and 27th. ( Log Out / Bradford Cathedral celebrates its centenary in 2019. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. Copies of ‘Dark Angelic Mills’ are available now to order from the cathedral’s website, with all proceeds from the sales going towards the work of Bradford Cathedral.
To see the full Bradford Centenary Programme download here . Change ), on Bradford Cathedral’s Centenary Poet releases ‘Dark Angelic Mills’ poetry collection; now available to order, https://www.bradfordcathedral.org/whats-on/dark-angelic-mills/.
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