At St Paul’s, we see lifelong learning as a key part of our work, and run a dynamic programme of learning events and activities for both adults and children.
Our online and in-person sessions for schools – which include virtual tours and singing workshops – are an especially great way to engage young people in the wonder and rich heritage of our Cathedral.
In our learning library, you will find hundreds of resources that cover a wide breadth of topics, including reflections on faith and belonging from world-renowned theologians.
Learning at St Paul's Cathedral
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Rowan Williams answers the question 'Who is Jesus for you?'
At the event 'Jesus Christ: The Unanswered Questions' in St Paul's Cathedral, Rowan Williams is asked 'Who is Jesus for you? and this is his answer.
We Need To Talk About Race: Black Experience in White Majority Churches
Ben Lindsay, Guvna B, Rosemarie Mallett and Chine McDonald explore the joys and sorrows, the grace and pain of their individual and collective experience as Black Christians.
The Gospel According to Mark read by David Suchet
David Suchet’s dramatic reading of the whole of Mark’s Gospel, recorded live in St Paul’s Cathedral.
Jesus Christ: The Unanswered Questions
Rowan Williams says that how we understand Jesus Christ in central to how we understand everything, and he wrestles with the the defining question of our faith - who Jesus is.
The Big Issues - Did you always want to be a priest?
In the Big Issues film series, clergy answer questions related to theology, ethics, belief in God, and their personal faith journeys as Christians. Suitable for students studying for their GCSE in RS, but are also easily adapted for use at KS3 or KS5.
There are many ways for schools to work with St Paul's. We offer a range of learning visits, for primary school-aged children to colleges and universities. Our OBE music partnerships also gives schools the opportunity to sing at St Paul's, learn about the fascinating workings of our Grand Organ, and much more.