Salisbury Cathedral is one of England's most iconic medieval churches with beautiful stonemasonry and glazing. It is renowned for its world class music, pioneering art programme and warm welcome, in addition to its worship.
With almost 800 years of history behind it Salisbury Cathedral is a place of prayer, pilgrimage and deep spirituality. It is also a dynamic centre of Christian worship with a thriving arts and education programme. One of Britain’s finest medieval Cathedrals, it offers a warm welcome to all who visit and seeks to strengthen church and community life in the diocese. As holder of the finest copy of Magna Carta, Salisbury Cathedral has a special commitment to challenging injustice and fostering reconciliation, both at home and abroad.
Salisbury Cathedral aims to:
- To celebrate the presence of God through worship, music and art and to live out the teachings of Jesus Christ in today’s world, offering a warm welcome to all who visit the Cathedral.
Established: January 1600
Board members: 10
Full time staff: 70
Part time staff: 18
Phone number: 01722 555122
Address: Wyndham House, 65 The Close, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP1 2EN
Salisbury Cathedral - vital repairs to NE face.Salisbury Cathedral is an internationally recognised icon. The North and East face of this... More
Salisbury Cathedral Major Repair ProgrammeTo conserve this beautiful medieval Cathedral for generations to come.
Salisbury Cathedral Music and ChoirsThe music tradition at Salisbury Cathedral extends back over 1,000 years and it is a funda... More