The Cathedral is first and foremost a working, living church and place of worship. Daily worship lies at the heart of Cathedral life and every day starts with morning prayers (Matins) and ends with evening prayer (Evensong). The Eucharist is also offered daily.
Holy Communion (also known as the Eucharist, the Lord’s Supper or the Mass) is celebrated daily at the Cathedral.read more »
The Sung Eucharist is a celebration of Holy Communion with beautiful music. The worshipping community of the Cathedral, visitors and pilgrims come together to celebrate all that Jesus has done and continues to do for us.read more »
Morning Prayer is a service of prayer and praise to being the day. A simple, said service which lasts approximately 20 minutes and is at 07.30 hrs Monday to Friday and at 09.30 hrs on Saturday, Sunday, Bank Holidays and on certain other days during the year.read more »
As the day begins with Morning Prayer, so the day ends with an evening service of prayer and praise, using the traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer. This is normally sung by the Cathedral Choir and the service is at 17.30 hrs Monday to Friday and 15.15hrs on Saturdays and Sundays. The service lasts about 40 minutes.read more »