Welcome to Lincoln Cathedral

What will you discover?

Friday 21 June 2024

Today at Lincoln Cathedral

  • Choral Evensong
Welcome to Lincoln Cathedral

Lincoln Cathedral stands as a beacon over the city of Lincoln.  As a holy place built to the glory of God, it is home to a daily rhythm of prayer and worship for the people of the city and diocese of Lincoln.  We also welcome visitors and pilgrims to experience something of the special quality that has drawn people to come through its doors over the centuries, and host a series of events that contribute to the cultural and social life of the city and county.  We hope that you will find something that touches you as you visit this website, and look forward to welcoming you.

The Revd Canon Nick Brown, Interim Dean
What will your message of Peace be?

We need your help to write messages of peace, love and hope on 12,000 paper doves which will then be transformed into a stunning and inspirational installation which will be on display in the Cathedral in September.

Visit us at the Cathedral to share your message, and click the link below to read more about how you can get involved, and what the final artwork will look like.

Find out more about Peace Doves
April 2024 to April 2025
The Table for the Nation

A stunning 13-metre-long table, made from ancient, fossilised oak is now on display in Lincoln Cathedral.
Created from a section of a gigantic 5000-year-old Fenland Black Oak, the table is a masterpiece of craftsmanship.

Find out more
Love to sing? So do we!
Lincoln Cathedral Choir is looking for new choristers to join us.

It’s a unique opportunity to sing amazing music in a beautiful location. Choristers get a world class musical education, plus pocket money and the opportunity to make new friends.

Follow the link below to find out more about life as a chorister at Lincoln Cathedral.

Be a chorister at Lincoln Cathedral

Discover more about the people that have left their mark on the Cathedral

Historic Graffiti Tour

From cavemen to Banksy, throughout history it seems the few people can resist the urge to leave their mark on a wall or building, and Lincoln Cathedral is no exception. From the floor to the top of the tower there are hundreds of examples of historic graffiti.

Medieval Graffiti Tours

Discover hidden meaning

Symbolism Tour

Discover the hidden meanings and symbols of the stone carvings and stained glass, both inside and outside the Cathedral, which you might otherwise miss.

Symbolism Tour
Safeguarding at Lincoln Cathedral

At Lincoln Cathedral we’re committed to ensuring a safe environment for all.

Eco church | Lincoln Cathedral
Our World: God’s Creation

Lincoln Cathedral has announced that its theme for 2024 will be ‘Our World; God’s Creation’.

The year will be a celebration of life on earth, communities and sustainability, with events, talks and education activities throughout the year to encourage everyone to get involved and take simple steps to help create a more sustainable future and foster communities which help everyone to flourish.

Find out more

Lincoln Cathedral: Your Cathedral

Students

Whether you’re new to Lincoln or have lived here your whole life, find out how you can get involved at Lincoln Cathedral. From events and services to exhibitions and volunteering, you’ll find an activity to match your interests.

Find out more