Public worship is now taking place at the Cathedral, and services continue online as well. Please check this page for details.

Current Service and Music List - check the link below for latest information

LINK: Service and Music List. 

For Christmas services see: Christmas Services 2021

Please see our current Covid Guidelines for Worshippers.

Sunday services 

These are usual times, but please check the Service and Music List above for any variations to this pattern.

8.00am - Holy Communion (said)

9.30am - Pre-recorded online service goes live (watch anytime via  Facebook or YouTube)

9.15am - Matins 

10.30am - Eucharist 

3.30pm - Choral Evensong 

No booking is required unless specified. Follow this link for: Readings and collect for this Sunday

Do remember that you can get in touch with us via this email address: or call the Cathedral Office on 01733 355315, on weekdays.

Worship midweek

8.00am Monday to Friday - Morning Prayer with Eucharist
(8.30am on Saturdays and 9.00am on Bank Holidays)

8.30am Monday to Friday - Online Morning Prayer 
(9.00am on Saturdays). All are welcome via Zoom. Just email to ask for the link from

11.00am on Wednesdays - Holy Communion (said). Usually in the Apse Chapel.

5.30pm Monday to Friday during term time - Choral Evensong
On Saturdays and during school holidays Evening Prayer is said. Occasionally a visiting choir will sing Evensong. 

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

Guidelines for worshippers

These notes are reviewed and updated in accordance with any changes to government regulations, Church of England guidance and local infection rates.

  • Anyone who has symptoms of Covid-19, who is unwell, or who has been asked to self-isolate, should stay at home and not come to the Cathedral. 

  • We ask that worshippers sanitise their hands on arrival at the Cathedral. Dispensers are available at the entrance. 

  • We also ask worshippers to wear a face covering during services, in particular whilst singing (unless they are exempt). 

  • The NHS QR code will be available for worshippers to scan for NHS Test and Trace purposes.

  • We ask worshippers to respect the need for some social distance between households and to be prepared to follow the direction of the stewards to ensure everyone's safety. 

  • During Eucharistic services, the peace will be shared without physical contact and the congregation will receive the bread only.

  • The Cathedral is currently operating at 75% of its maximum congregation capacity.

Cathedral prayer calendar

You may like to use the Cathedral Prayer Calendar which suggests daily items for prayer.

Other worship resources

Daily Hope, the Church of England's free phone line with hymns, reflections and prayers: 0800 804 8044.

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