Durham Cathedral in LEGO® was finally completed on Thursday 15 February as the last brick was placed on the 1.7m high model.
On Sunday 27 January, Bishop Paul marked his farewell as Bishop of Durham after 10 years in the role. Read the sermon here he preached.
Robert Rinder MBE leads Holocaust Memorial Day commemorations
Durham Cathedral is celebrating the installation of thirteen honorary canons, appointed by Bishop Paul and installed by Philip Plyming, the Dean of Durham, over the past few months.
On Sunday 21 January, we marked the milestones of the Epiphany season with Epiphany Procession, and the ended the Christmas season with Candlemas service on Friday 2 February.
Durham Cathedral has announced an impressive line-up of speakers for a series of Lent Talks on helping people go deeper in prayer.
After a few years in storage, the LEGO® version of Durham Cathedral is being re-built and will go back on display inside the Durham Cathedral Museum in February 2024.
New names inscribed into centuries-old historic manuscript, Liber Vitae (‘Book of Life’)
Monks' Gin inspired by original manuscripts and created by Durham Distillery is now on sale
The 2023 edition of the UK’s light biennial Lumiere closed in Durham on Sunday 19 November, having welcomed tens of thousands of visitors to the event over four incredible nights.
Rebekah Best follows in her fathers footsteps to become the new Head Verger
The Festival of Remembrance returned for the 12th year on Saturday 11 November.
In November 2023, we remembered those who gave their life in battle, and those who put their lives at risk today at the Festival of Remembrance and Remembrance Sunday Service.
New Lay Canon to join Durham Cathedral’s governing body
Durham Cathedral is celebrating its final visitor figures following the success of Gaia this summer.