The purpose of the Peterborough Cathedral is to glorify god, inspire people with the good news of Jesus Christ and to build God’s kingdom while spreading peace around the world. The cathedral is one of the finest cathedrals in the whole of England. Founded in 654 AD as a monastic community, it quickly became one of the most significant medieval abbeys around. It even became the burial place of two queens and the scene of Civil War upheavals. The Cathedral Church of St Peter, St Paul and St Andrew is a very powerful sign of the christian faith and still to this day is a living and working church and has been since it was founded. There is much history about Peterborough Cathedral, to find out more then just visit our history page on our website by clicking here.
Church And Cathedral Of Jesus Christ Peterborough
The Cathedral is the perfect location to do some filming or take some photos with it’s beautiful architecture and luxurious grounds but before you go ahead and get your camera out, please take a look at our guidelines – which you can find here.
Peterborough Cathedral is the seat of the Bishop of Peterborough and a focus for unity and growth in the Diocese of Peterborough. There are many diocesan gatherings and services such as the Ordination of Priests, the Renewal of Ordination Vows, the Licensing of Lay Ministers and diocesan Confirmations take place at Peterborough Cathedral. The concerns of churches across the diocese are also remembered in daily prayers.
You can find lots more information by heading over to our website. There always the option to get in touch with us using the contact details found on this page. One of our friendly team will be happy to assist and answer any questions you might have. If you haven’t visited before then don’t forget to check out the map which shows our exact location.
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