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 Diocesan Centenary

Archbishop Justin Welby with be visiting the diocese between Wednesday 2nd and Saturday 5th May. The Most Reverend Justin Welby will be meeting people throughout the city and county which profoundly shaped his mission and ministry for fifteen years. He will be at the Cathedral on Sat MAy 5th from 10.30 to 16.00 - check cov100.org for further details!


Coventry Pilgrimage

The Coventry Pilgrimage route was first mapped, and the route booklet printed, for the 2012 pilgrimage celebrating the 50th anniversary of the new Coventry Cathedral.

The route begins at St Laurence Church Meriden and continues from church to church for almost 50 miles, circling Coventry, making use of the established Coventry Way long-distance footpath, and finally reaching Coventry Cathedral down the Sherbourne Valley Way.

In 2018, in celebration of the Centenary of the modern Coventry Diocese, all are invited to participate in walking some or all of the Coventry Pilgrimage route in short sections (4 to 6 miles) on the last Saturday morning of each month for 9 months from March to November.

the pilgrimage begins on Easter Eve and will end at the Cathedral on the Eve of Christ the King.

More details coming soon.


Annual Church Meeting is on April 22nd during ourmorning service.

This is our opportunity to vote for members of the PCC and other church officers, review last year and look forward to what's in store for us in the year to come.


Dates coming up..

May 5th- the Archbishop of Canterbury- Justin Welby is coming to Coventry! Mega Messy church in the Cathedral ruins... come and join the fun 10.30 to 4 pm.

May 6th

- we're invite to lunch at Sutton under Brailes, our friends in the countryside. We wil leave after the morning service from St Cath's and have lunch, a walk round the village and a service at the church.