Newport Cathedral is a busy, active and attractive Christian community and place of worship.  It serves as a parish church, as well as the Cathedral for the Diocese of Monmouth; thus the Dean is also the vicar of the parish of St Woolos, and its daughter church, St Martin-in-the-Gaer.

There is a regular pattern of services, to which all are warmly welcomed.

The cathedral is situated on top of Stow Hill overlooking the city of Newport.  It is of very ancient foundation, and has a long and fascinating history.  The building itself, open daily, has much architectural merit which provides a rewarding experience for visitors, as well as a quiet space for private reflection or prayer.

There is a very strong musical tradition at Newport Cathedral, with a full choir of men and boys, as well as a recently-formed girls' choir.  The Cathedral also has its own Orchestra-in-Residence, the acclaimed St Woolos Sinfonia.
This is enhanced by a programme of concerts and other events, open to all.


  

 

 

 

 

 

    

   

 


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              UPCOMING EVENTS AT THE CATHEDRAL

         When?

Details

Sharing Silence  -  Christian and Buddhist Dialogue with shared meditation & creative activities

Saturday May 4th  10.30 - 1pm Details here

Recital  -  Students from RWCMD  -  programme to be confirmed

Saturday 11th May at 12 noon  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


                              CATHEDRAL CONSTITUTION
                             
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     An entirely new form of Constitution, to modernise and streamline
     the administrative structure of Newport Cathedral, has been approved
     by the Governing Body of the Church in Wales.

        You can read the new Constitution by clicking here 
       and see the new structure in diagrammatic form here

 


Report from our link Diocese of the Highveld

Click here to read the full version of the report, sent to us recently