It’s often windy out on the square but inside the cathedral gives you sanctuary from the storms of life, warmth and rest and is a place for people’s faith and life to grow.
We who live in the 21st century are grateful to those who built our cathedral, stonemasons and other craftsmen.
Two stonemasons were once asked a question: What are you doing?
The first said: I’m cutting stone. The other one said: I’m building a cathedral.
Two completely different views of stone, churches and life. Services, concerts, guided tours, conversations, the candles that are lit in the candelabrum – everything that happens here is done to show a context greater than ourselves. We are all stones in God’s great design for a better world. Welcome in to find inspiration to go out and build where you live.
Annica Anderbrant, Dean of the Cathedral