Salisbury is a special city with a caring community. We are lucky to have many people who go that extra mile for the city by offering their valuable time for free, through volunteering opportunities.
Salisbury Cathedral has nearly 600 volunteers who cover a multitude of roles from floor guides, flower arrangers, Holy Dusters, Library and Archive volunteers to name a few. They are the backbone of the cathedral, which couldn’t remain open without them.
If you’ve been thinking about volunteering in Salisbury, why not join the team at Salisbury Cathedral?
They are always delighted to hear from anyone interested in joining their community and recruit throughout the year.
Salisbury Cathedral Guides offer a vital service
Currently there is a need for weekend floor guides to cover either a Saturday morning or afternoon sessions and Sundays from 1230 to 4pm. This role suits those who are happy welcoming and engaging with the public, sharing wonderful stories about the cathedral and enjoy being a member of a team. Full training and mentoring is given.
The Holy Dusters are also looking to boost their numbers. For this role, the commitment would be about once a fortnight for a few hours in the morning dusting the Quire and putting the books in order.
The highly valued team of chaplains would also welcome new team members and this usually suits retired clergy. Hourly prayers are read and pastoral care is an important part of this role. The commitment ideally would be a few sessions a month, a session is about 3 hours.
A Salisbury Cathedral guide welcomes visitors
Volunteers at Salisbury Cathedral offer an invaluable service, if you would like to join the team please contact Christine Keegan by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org