The Cathedral is open for worship and personal prayer. Some services will continue to be livestreamed as well.


Here is an overview of forthcoming services:


Sunday 13 November – Sunday 27 November

Sunday 27 November – Sunday 11 December

Please go to our WORSHIP page for details of all services. 

Join our livestreamed services:-

8.00 am Said Eucharist led by Cathedral clergy (Friday)
8.30 am Morning Prayer led by the Bishop (Monday to Friday)
9.00 am Said Eucharist led by Cathedral clergy (Monday and Saturday)
5.30 pm Evening Prayer/Evensong led by Cathedral clergy (not Saturday)


Sunday services at 10.30 am and 3.30 pm led by the Cathedral clergy


You can also join Morning Prayer  Monday to Friday at 8.30 am led by the Bishop from his Oratory Chapel.


Click on the name of the service just before the time given and the service will go live (via Facebook) at that time.

Video Reflection

This week’s refection is from Dean Joe Hawes, who reflects on angels and their meaning.

The Cathedral has a regular pattern of services but there are occasional exceptions so, before setting out for a service, please check the current detailed schedules below which are updated every two weeks.

Weekly Service Sheets

Regular Pattern

8.00 am Holy Eucharist
10.00 am Sung Eucharist (on feast days Solemn Eucharist)
11.30 am Mattins (except 1st and 5th Sunday)
3.30 pm Evensong

Monday – Friday
7.30 am Silence
8.00 am Eucharist
8.30 am Morning Prayer (Note change of time from 2 September 2019)
5.30 pm Evening Prayer (Monday) or Evensong (Tuesday-Friday)

3rd Tuesday each month (in addition to the above)
12.30 pm Service of Healing and Wholeness

Wednesday (in addition to the above)
1 pm Holy Eucharist (BCP)

Thursday (in addition to the above)
12.30 pm Silent Meditation

8.45 am Morning Prayer
9.00 am Holy Eucharist
3.30 pm Evening Prayer or Evensong

Healing and Wholeness

Sundays at the Cathedral – Prayer for Healing and Wholeness


Each Sunday a member of the cathedral’s ministry team will be at the Lady Chapel altar at the Cathedral’s main 10 o’clock Choral Eucharist. They are available to you for prayer or anointing for healing and wholeness, either for yourself or for anyone for whom you are praying. If you would like personal prayer in this way, this will take place as everyone comes forward to receive Holy Communion in the service: just make your way to the Lady Chapel (to the right of the nave altar) after you have received Communion (or a blessing).


Details of this ministry and the practicalities can be read here


Further information can be found on the Diocesan website


For a theological explanation please read here