The Government has agreed extra money to ease concerns about VAT being added to church repairs.
It says it cannot maintain zero rated VAT for alterations, but a grant has been set up to assist with repair work.
However, the Dean of Wakefield's wife, Pamela Greener, says the £30 million extra a year does not go far enough. She wants the church to join with other heritage buildings to keep the campaign for zero rating on all Big Society buildings, not just church or other faith buildings.
The plan to charge VAT on alterations to listed buildings has brought Wakefield Cathedral's regeneration scheme into serious jeopardy.