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Lichfield Cathedral

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Welcome to Lichfield Cathedral! It is one of the oldest places of Christian worship in Britain, and the burial place of the great Anglo-Saxon missionary Bishop, St Chad.

The Cathedral has a rich history, reflected in its architecture and treasures, and, as a place of great beauty, it continues to inspire and encourage all who visit it as tourists, pilgrims or worshippers.

As the symbolic centre and Mother Church of the Church of England Diocese of Lichfield, we are committed to the daily offering of worship and prayer to God, and to the offering of spiritual nourishment and space to all who come on their own journey of search and discovery.

As a community, the Cathedral sets high store by its welcome and hospitality, in this it tries to be faithful to the friendship and freedom given in the good news of Jesus Christ. Do come and visit. We will be delighted to see you.

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