|BIRMINGHAM CATHEDRAL||Churches & Cathedrals|
|Colmore Row, Birmingham, B3 2QB|
Birmingham Cathedral, the Anglican Cathedral dedicated to St. Philip, dates back to 1715.
The cathedral is a magnificent example of English Baroque architecture, designed by Thomas Archer, whilst Sir Edward Burne-Jones designed the internationally famous Pre-Raphaelite stained-glass windows. In 1993 the 18th century organ was rebuilt by Nicholson's who have been caring for the organ for over a century. Situated in the heart of the city we are open and staffed every day of the year with regular events. When Philip met Jesus, he said to a friend "Come and see".
Our hope and daily prayer is that all who come to see this beautiful building, and experience our community life, may indeed see Jesus and know for themselves a fresh sense of God's love.
|COVENTRY CATHEDRAL||Churches & Cathedrals|
|1 Hill Top, Coventry, CV1 5AB|
Coventry Cathedral a dynamic centre of worship, a place of pilgrimage, liturgical creativity, healing; a focus for reconciliation locally, nationally and internationally. It has been a place of worship for over 900 years. As a World Centre for Reconciliation, we want to offer world class spaces, facilities, activities and opportunities to everyone and it is our prayer that our story will affect and inspire every visitor. The Cathedral is home to a vibrant Community, where visitors are always welcome throughout the year and you are welcome to join us for worship any day of the week. Tourism admission charges apply. Food and drink can be purchased in our on-site restaurant 'Cloisters' open 9.30am to 4.00pm every day of the week. Books, souvenirs, cards and gifts can be purchased from the Cathedral Bookshop opposite the entrance to the Cathedral. We hope that you will enjoy Coventry Cathedral, and that here you will encounter God.