Manchester Cathedral

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Manchester Cathedral
31 Cathedral Road,
OL9 0BN Manchester

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About Manchester Cathedral

Led by the Holy Spirit we seek to:
Be a sign of the presence of God in the world as sacred space for worship, prayer, hospitality and sanctuary;
Witness to the inclusive gospel of Jesus Christ in word and deed; encourage and support Christian pilgrimage, spiritual formation and
Christian education; be a place of excellence in supporting the ministry of the bishop, the diocese and its parishes, together with other churches in the city; celebrate our diversity as a city and diocese; engage prophetically for justice, peace and reconciliation in God’s world;
Engage in critical theological reflection and action in collaboration with other agencies and especially with the universities; preserve and develop our heritage; celebrate human flourishing through music and the arts.

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Address: Manchester Cathedral
31 Cathedral Road, OL9 0BN Manchester
Public transport
By public transport For a fully searchable comprehensive database of all Public Transport Journeys into and out of Manchester visit the GMPTE Journey Planner.

By road
By car
Travelling from the North and East
M62 - leave by junction 17 (A56)
This is a main road passing the Cathedral and is signposted for Manchester City Centre etc. Travel along this road for approximately 5 miles. When you pass MEN Arena the Cathedral is under the bridge on the left.

Travelling from the South and West M6 - M62 - M602

Take the left turn into Deansgate and continue to the end - the Cathedral is on the right.


Ample parking is available at the NCP at Old exchange Station approach and in the MEN Arena which are both in the immediate vicinity of Manchester Cathedral.


At present there is no disabled access to the Regiment Chapel. Parts of the Quire can only be reached on foot. All other areas are accessible and there are disabled toilet facilities.