Winchester

Winchester Cathedral


  • Atonement: How do we Make Sense of the Crucifixion?

    Tuesday 26th March, 7pm Nave, Winchester Cathedral

    The death of Christ is central to the Christian faith, and is the major focus of our Good Friday celebrations. So what does it mean? And how does it illuminate the Christian life? This lecture explores the various ways in which Christians have understood the meaning of the crucifixion, and what each of these brings to our understanding of Christ and ourselves.

    Tickets are £5.00 and are available from the Box Office or website. Read more

  • Conserving the Bible: A Journey of Discovery - Andrew Honey

    Tuesday 2nd April, 3pm, The Wessex Learning Centre, The Inner Close, Winchester Cathedral

    This talk will describe the recently completed work to conserve the Winchester Bible, begun in 2014 by Dr Christopher Clarkson and continued at the Bodleian Library since 2016. It will describe the process of conservation and the rebinding of the Bible, and share some of the discoveries that have been made during the process.

    Andrew Honey is Lead Conservator, Winchester Bible Project.

    Tickets are £5.00 and are available from the Box Office or website. Read more

  • Seder Meal

    Monday 15th April, 7pm, The Wessex Learning Centre, The Inner Close, Winchester Cathedral

    A Seder is an ancient commemorative meal that Jews hold during Passover. It is multi-layered, happy and sad, containing the story of the Exodus from slavery, together with special foods and rituals, many which are for children. The Seder will be led by members of the local Jewish community.

    Tickets are £5.00, but children of 16 and under are free, available from the Box Office or website. Read more