Join us for prayer and worship each day


The Cathedral is open for personal prayer and public worship. Most services will continue to be available online as well.


Open for Prayer


The Cathedral is currently open for personal prayer Monday to Friday from 10.00 am to 5.30 pm, Saturday from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm and Sunday from 12.30 pm to 3.00 pm.


Services in the Cathedral


The 8.00 am, 11.00 am and 3.30 pm services on Sunday take place in the Cathedral.


Please note that it is no longer a requirement to book to attend Sunday services. The only exception is if you wish to sit socially distanced (there will be a special area of the Nave set aside for this purpose). In that case, please book in advance by emailing cathedralinvitations@stedscathedral.org before 12 noon on Friday.

Face coverings: We would welcome the continuation of the wearing of face coverings when attending worship, including during the singing of hymns.



All services are now open to the public to attend. There is no need to book for weekday services.


Morning Prayer

Monday to Friday (8.30 am)
Saturday (8.45 am) Also livestreamed



Monday (9.00 am) Also livestreamed
Tuesday (12.30 pm, Healing Eucharist)
Wednesday (1.00 pm BCP Communion)
Thursday (12.30 pm Silent Meditation and Eucharist)
Friday (8.00 am) Also livestreamed 
Saturday (9.00 am) Also livestreamed


Evensong/Evening Prayer

Monday to Friday (5.30 pm) Also livestreamed
Saturday (3.30 pm)



Photography and video during services in the Cathedral

No photos or videos by members of the public are permitted during services and events, due to Safeguarding and Data Protection.


The Cathedral may use photographs, video or livestream in which you may appear, and which could be used in the public domain including social media. If you or your family do not wish to be viewed on the livestream video feed for a service at which you are present, please let a warden know before the service begins.


Livestreamed services


Services will be livestreamed either from the Cathedral or from the home of the clergy, and can be accessed via the Cathedral’s Facebook page at the times given. You can also click on the name of the service below at the times given to access the livestream.


If you are new to livestreaming, check our guide and FAQs here


Weekday services


Morning Prayer  Monday to Friday at 8.30 am led by the Bishop from his Oratory Chapel


Said Eucharist Mondays and Saturdays at 9.00 am. Fridays at 8.00 am.


Evening Prayer/Evensong Monday to Friday at 5.30 pm (not Saturday)

(Download Order of Service for Evening Prayer Monday, Evening Prayer Tuesday,

Evening Prayer Wednesday, Evening Prayer Thursday, Evening Prayer Friday,  Evensong)


Sunday services

Sung Eucharist at 11.00 am (Download Order of Service here)

Choral Evensong at 3.30 pm (Download Order of Service here)


Recent Sunday services can be viewed here


Other services across the Diocese can be viewed here


Details of services and resources from the Church of England can be viewed here

Daily Hope is a 24-hour freephone line for Christian worship and prayer, offering hymns, prayers and reflections. Dial 0800 804 8044.

Change to pattern of worship from 5 September 2021


Sunday Sung Eucharist Time

Following the review of Sunday Morning Service times, from 5 September, the Cathedral’s main Choral Eucharist will be at 10.30 am. Occasionally, on Sundays such as Remembrance Sunday, Choral Mattins will replace the Choral Eucharist. Our Sunday 8.00 am BCP Communion and 3.30 pm Choral Evensong times remain unchanged.


New Service for the Next Generation

From 19 September, we will start a new Eucharist on Sundays at 9.00 am – as part of our vision in the Master Plan to grow the congregation, especially with younger age groups. This will be a distinctive Eucharist to fit with the Cathedral’s liturgical style and music, aimed at attracting a new generation of worshippers, and lasting 40 minutes..

Prayer Wall

Light a candle and say a prayer here


Other prayer resources can be found here

Support Us

Due to the pandemic and its impact, we have cut costs back to the bare minimum, and are so grateful for all of you, our friends, congregants and visitors, who continue to donate financially to the Cathedral. You might wish to consider making a donation by completing our online form.

Anything you are able to give will be received with our full gratitude, and we will attempt to match your generosity in kind with the continuing provision of remote pastoral care and services.