Join us for prayer and worship each day


The Cathedral is 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.


You can also submit a prayer to our prayer wall.



Services in the Cathedral


The 8.00 am, 9.00 am, 10.30 am and 3.30 pm services on Sunday take place in the Cathedral.


Morning Prayer

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



Monday (9.00 am)
Tuesday (12.30 pm Healing Eucharist)
Wednesday (1.00 pm BCP Communion)
Thursday (12.30 pm Silent Meditation and Eucharist)
Friday (8.00 am)
Saturday (9.00 am)
Sunday (8.00 am BCP Communion)
Sunday (9.00 am All-Age Eucharist)
Sunday (10.30 am Sung Eucharist) Also livestreamed


Evensong/Evening Prayer

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


Service changes in June: a reminder that:

  • Tuesday 13 June, Evening Prayer will be said at 3.30 pm.
  • Saturday 24 June, Choral Evensong will be at 4.15 pm – a special service for the Friends of the Cathedral to which you are warmly invited.
  • Sunday 25 June (Cathedral Climate Sunday) there will be a special service at 5.00 pm led by the Rev’d Anita Rooney and Richard Hubbard for InHarmony, which replaces Choral Evensong – please do join us as we give thanks for God’s creation.


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.

New Service for the Next Generation


All-Age Eucharist, Sundays at 9.00 am


All are welcome to join the 9.00 am All-Age Eucharist on Sunday morning. Lasting 40 minutes and followed by refreshments this service has an informal formality about it; following the traditional pattern of the Eucharist service, the All-Age service creates space for story-telling and interaction, music and movement. If you are new to church or are introducing young children to church, this is a good place to start.

Photography and video during services in the Cathedral


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


Please note that if you attend a service in person, 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 find out more about livestreamed services and how to access them on our Services & Resources page.


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