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Photo: Reece Harley

Experience a living tradition

FIAS_bellringing_webThe Cathedral Education Centre offers opportunities for students to discover and experience the sacred space and unique heritage of St George's Cathedral.

A visit to the Cathedral is rich with possibility:

Discover meaning and purpose - why a Cathedral?

Explore the building - its architecture, including the bell tower and crypt, and artifacts, including rich robes, tapestries and treasures

Hear the stories - the people who lived and breathed the Cathedral’s history

Engage your senses - music, textures, colours, light, artworks, incense

Enter into mystery - symbolism and rituals of the Cathedral

Experience sanctuary - a space for stillness, silence, prayer and meditation

Explore the practical and discuss the incredible

For students of all ages - explore the bells, the architectural spaces, the treasures, the crypt and chapels, discuss the incredible with a variety of presenters, historians and philosophers.

St George’s Cathedral welcomes people of all faiths and none, and is known for encouraging an enquiring conversation, and welcomes discussions with students on any aspect of spirituality, faith and Anglicanism.

Programmes are designed to meet any of your needs. They may be specific with regards to curriculum council units or devised especially for you.

We will work with you to create full, half-day or two hour programmes to meet the specific interests of your group. Programmes can be designed for younger or older students or a combination of both.

A warm welcome awaits staff and students who visit St George’s. Students are encouraged to explore, question and enjoy their time with us. Sessions are interactive, informal and student-centred.

To download a copy of the brochure and enquiry form, please click here.

st hildas service nov 2011

Above: Junior School students from St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls, after attending their annual service in the Cathedral.

 

St_Hildas_students_cropped
Photo: Reece Harley

Experience a living tradition

FIAS_bellringing_webThe Cathedral Education Centre offers opportunities for students to discover and experience the sacred space and unique heritage of St George's Cathedral.

A visit to the Cathedral is rich with possibility:

Discover meaning and purpose - why a Cathedral?

Explore the building - its architecture, including the bell tower and crypt, and artifacts, including rich robes, tapestries and treasures

Hear the stories - the people who lived and breathed the Cathedral’s history

Engage your senses - music, textures, colours, light, artworks, incense

Enter into mystery - symbolism and rituals of the Cathedral

Experience sanctuary - a space for stillness, silence, prayer and meditation

Explore the practical and discuss the incredible

For students of all ages - explore the bells, the architectural spaces, the treasures, the crypt and chapels, discuss the incredible with a variety of presenters, historians and philosophers.

St George’s Cathedral welcomes people of all faiths and none, and is known for encouraging an enquiring conversation, and welcomes discussions with students on any aspect of spirituality, faith and Anglicanism.

Programmes are designed to meet any of your needs. They may be specific with regards to curriculum council units or devised especially for you.

We will work with you to create full, half-day or two hour programmes to meet the specific interests of your group. Programmes can be designed for younger or older students or a combination of both.

A warm welcome awaits staff and students who visit St George’s. Students are encouraged to explore, question and enjoy their time with us. Sessions are interactive, informal and student-centred.

To download a copy of the brochure and enquiry form, please click here.

st hildas service nov 2011

Above: Junior School students from St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls, after attending their annual service in the Cathedral.