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A service of Sung Eucharist on Sunday 10 July at 11am will be attended by members of the General Synod of the Church of England for the first time since March 2020.
The Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell will preside at the service, and sermon will be given by Archbishop Julio E Murray, Primate of the Anglican Church in Central America. The Choir of York Minster will perform at the service.
Synod members and officers will be among the first to view a spectacular, newly installed artwork at York Minster. ‘Faith and Fracture’ a large scale art installation inspired by the Church of England’s “Living in Love and Faith” project which will be on display at York Minster from mid-July to mid-September. The art work was commissioned by the bishops of the Church of England as part of the “Living in Love and Faith” project which saw an 18-month long discussion held across the Church on the subject of human identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage.
The service, which will take place in York Minster’s spectacular Nave, will also be livestreamed on our YouTube channel.
All are welcome to attend, no booking required.
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