The following services are broadcast on the Cathedral’s YouTube channel and are available to watch below.
|Morning Prayer with Dean Robert|
|Evening Reflection||by 17.30 each day|
|Daily Choral Evensong||Live stream at 17.30 each day|
|Sunday Choral Eucharist||Live stream at 11.00|
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Please do send any requests for prayer to Prayer@Canterbury-Cathedral.org, where your prayer will be read by one of our clergy and laid on the altar of Canterbury Cathedral at Morning Prayer, when we hold before God all those who have asked for our prayers.
Other videos by our clergy
The Cathedral’s clergy have created a range of other online content including a video series on the 14th-century English anchoress and mystic Julian of Norwich, the Dean of Canterbury’s readings of classic tales, and video feeds of the Deanery Garden and its animals. Click on the links below to watch these.
- Virtual Becket Pilgrimage: In this 6-part series, our clergy undertake a Virtual Becket Pilgrimage through the Cathedral in preparation for the 850th anniversary of Becket’s martyrdom on the 29 December 2020.
- Julian of Norwich: a medieval take on lockdown and how to survive it
- The English Mystics: their relevance for us today
- Pathways into Prayer
- ‘We Cannot Walk Alone’ Refugee Week Conference
If you are unable to watch the service in the player below, please click here to watch the video on YouTube.
For Morning Prayer, the Dean uses the Church of England book, Common Worship Daily Prayer 2005 (Church House publishing).
Morning Prayer is uploaded onto the Cathedral website each day. To watch past recordings, please visit our YouTube channel
The clergy of Canterbury Cathedral will be back with Evening Reflections from Monday 1 November for their new series ‘For all the Saints’. You can watch their previous reflections here.
For Choral Evensong, the Dean uses the Book of Common Prayer 1662. The bibles used by the Dean are either New Revised Standard Version or English Standard Version, whichever is most suitable for the occasion.