Cathedral Church of St. Nicholas
Monday-Friday 07.00-18.00; Saturday 10.00-15.30; Sunday 07.00-12.00, 16.30-19.00
|Sunday||Sung Eucharist 10.00; Choral Evensong 18.00|
|Weekdays||Evensong 17.30 Mon (Girls); Tue (Boys & Men); Thu (Girls & Men); Fri (Boys & Men)|
Service Sheet www.stnicholascathedralmusic.co.uk/index.php
Director of Music
Michael Stoddart (since 2009)
The Cathedral Choir consists of boys and girls who attend local day schools and Lay Clerks and Choral Scholars from local colleges and universities.
The Music Department also runs the Lantern Choirs for boys and girls from 7 onwards which feed into the Cathedral Choirs.
Music Department website www.stnicholascathedralmusic.co.uk/index.php
T C Lewis 1891 contained in original Renatus Harris case 1676. Rebuilt by Harrison & Harrison 1911 & 1954, Nicholson 1981
4 manuals 94 stops
Pedal 17, Chaire 9 stops, Choir Pedal 3 stops, Choir Swell 8 stops, Choir Great 11 stops, Great 19 stops, Swell 15 stops, Bombarde 12 stops
The Very Revd Christopher Dalliston (since 2003)
The Right Revd J Martin Wharton (since 1997)
The present church dates from the 14th & 15th centuries and became a Cathedral in 1882. Of particular interest are the fine Flemish 'Thornton' Brass of 1441, the one remaining piece of medieval glass in St Margaret's Chapel, the 15th century Lantern Tower, possibly one of the most daring structures in the City, and the 19th century Chancel with its magnificent carvings that include the High Altar reredos. There is a peal of 12 bells, three of which are medieval.