Current opening times and Streaming of Services

The voice of prayer is never silent...

Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak public worship has been suspended. The Cathedral continues to be open for prayer, reflection and to light a candle at the times below;

Monday - Saturday Visiting Hours

9.45am - 3.45pm

Sunday Visiting Hours

Noon - 2.45pm

Streaming via Facebook Live

Whilst public worship has been suspended as a consequence of the present crisis that has overtaken us, the worship of our loving God continues. The Cathedral clergy have continued to gather in the Cathedral to maintain that round of prayer and worship that is the heartbeat of our life.

From 4.00pm on Friday 20 March you are invited to join us, not in person but virtually.  The first service we will stream will be Choral Evensong with Canon Leanne Roberts, the Officiant and the Lay-Clerks will be singing.

To access the live stream please visit our Facebook page at 4.00pm this afternoon and at the following days and times;

Monday - Saturday

9.00am - Morning Prayer

9.15am - Eucharist

4.00pm - Evening Prayer or Evensong

Sunday

9.00am - Morning Prayer

11.00am - Choral Eucharist

3.00pm - Choral Evensong

Please note that you may need to sign-up to Facebook if you are not already a user.

Further information

All forthcoming events at the Cathedral have been cancelled, and any visitors are urged to maintain spatial distancing of two metres.

Cathedral volunteer duties are suspended.  The Cathedral Shop and Cafe are closed until further notice.

All are welcome to visit during the designated times we are open, but if you are in a high risk group, and more likely to be susceptible to the virus, you may want to think carefully about your visit.

If you have recently returned from a country where the disease is prevalent please consider where or not you should come to the Cathedral. If you have come into direct contact with someone who has the illness then you should look at the guidance on self-isolation. 

For more information and advice please visit;

NHS advice 

Government advice