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Cathedral of St Michael and St George


The Cathedral of St. Michael and St. George is the home of the Anglican Diocese of Grahamstown in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa.

Cathedrals are exciting places. Full of history and atmosphere, they draw you in to marvel at their size and grandeur, the colour of glass and vestment, the sound of music and silence in quiet corner and peaceful chapel. The Grahamstown Cathedral is no exception. A beautiful building, its spire is a beacon of hope and love. It's a place of pilgrimage for many thousands each year, seeking something different. Why not come yourself, and find yourself inspired and renewed to face the challenges of life? To say a quiet prayer for someone for whom you're concerned? Come, and receive hospitality to feed body, mind and soul, and a blessing to send you on your way.

In addition to the worship times detailed below the Cathedral is open to visitors from 9am to 3pm, Monday to Friday and 9am to 12noon on Saturdays. Find out what to expect on your first visit.

Forthcoming Divine Services at the Cathedral

9 Nov 2014 - Twenty-Second Sunday after Pentecost (Remembrance Sunday)

The liturgical calendar and readings for next week
The Cathedral's full service schedule

Weekday Services

How to find us

The Cathedral is at the intersection of High Street and Hill Street, Grahamstown
Cathedral office, 108 High Street, Grahamstown, tel 046 622 2445, office@grahamstowncathedral.org
The Deanery, tel 046 622 3976, dean@grahamstowncathedral.org

Friday 31 October 2014,
The one hundred forty-fifth day after Pentecost



view of cathdral from northwest

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