Worship is central to Cathedral life and has continued on this site, day by day for more than 900 years.

Public worship

There is a public service of Holy Communion at 10.30am every Sunday in the Cathedral, with Coronavirus safety measures in place. Read more 

For Sunday 12th July, our first public service, please register here to help us know roughly how many people are coming: Please note that this is NOT A SEAT RESERVATION but purely to help us have an idea of numbers. Thank you.
You can download the Order of Service here: Sunday Order of Service.

Online services

The Cathedral offers an online service each Sunday via its Facebook page and YouTube channel. This video is usually uploaded at around 9.30am. You can view it at a time to suit you.

Once a month, and occasionally at other times, there is a livestreamed evening service, such as the City Praise service. You will find details of these at the foot of this page.

Daily worship

Whilst Coronavirus restrictions are in place, the clergy continue to say Morning and Evening Prayer daily, either via Zoom, or in the Cathedral whilst it is closed to the public.

You may like to read the reflections posted on the Cathedral's Facebook page each morning, Monday to Saturday.

Other worship resources

You can find the Church of England's broadcast services and other prayer resources via these links:

There are also free resources on the Royal School of Church Music website, with Hymn of the Day, prayers, readings etc:

For those for whom 'online' is not an option, you may like to recommend Daily Hope, the Church of England's free phone line with hymns, reflections and prayers: 0800 804 8044.

Online evening services

Sunday 12 July


City Praise online service

City Praise is the monthly informal worship service led by Canon Sarah.

Live stream on Facebook or video on website.

City Praise band

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