A service to mark the 50th anniversary of the Moon Landing will be broadcast live from Leicester Cathedral this weekend.
The service on BBC Radio 4, led by the Dean of Leicester, the Very Revd David Monteith will celebrate the achievement of the Apollo 11 Mission and asks whether the ‘giant leap’ has made us more, or less aware, of our own human limitations and of our longing for God.
Later this year, in October, Leicester Cathedral will welcome back Luke Jerram’s, Museum of the Moon.
Radio 4 live from Leicester Cathedral this Sunday (14th) at 0810. Congregation must be seated by 0730.
The broadcast and service will end at 0900.
More about the 50th Moon Landing Anniversary can be found here.