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Worship & Music
St Paul's Cathedral stands as a symbol and focus of the presence of God in the world and is served by a community of people who work and worship in this place.
At the heart of the life of St Paul’s Cathedral is the daily pattern of prayer and worship. This daily rhythm of prayer forms the framework of all that we do.
We begin and end the day with prayer. During hourly prayers we invite our visitors and pilgrims to join in the Lord’s Prayer, in their own language, as they pause and pray.
Music is integral to the worshipping and educational life of the Cathedral. The Cathedral Choir, made up of Choristers and Vicars Choral, usually sing Evensong and the Sunday Sung Eucharist.
Founded in 604, we continue to share in the ministry of the Bishop and the Diocese of London and in the wider mission of the Church throughout the world.
In the 21st century we present a place of refreshment and encounter in which Church, City and nation meet to celebrate a common history and discern the kingdom of God within the new horizons of an international metropolis.
Using our diverse skills we cherish for future generations the inheritance of worship, scholarship, teaching, music making, art and architectural craft.
Valuing this inheritance we are committed to the cultural diversity, equal opportunities, and personal development of all who work here.
We welcome all who visit this House of God.