St Paul's Cathedral
Today Sunday 23 Nov 2014
08:00 Holy Communion
10:15 Choral Mattins
11:30 Sung Eucharist
15:15 Choral Evensong
16:45 Sunday Organ Recital - Ian Hockley More »
18:00 Eucharist
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Daily Services

Everyone is welcome to join all our daily services.

Download our service lists to find details of music, preachers and readings. The times of our regular services occasionally need to change. Please check our calendar before you visit. 

Weekday Services
7.30am
Mattins 

Mattins is said each morning in a side chapel by members of the cathedral community and visitors.

8.00am
Eucharist

This is a service of Holy Communion said in a side chapel.

12.30pm
Eucharist

This said service of Holy Communion usually takes place at the Dome Altar.

5.00pm
Evensong

During term time Evensong is usually sung by the Cathedral Choir. At other times Visiting Choirs may help us lead our worship. Occasionally Evening Prayer is said in place of Evensong. Please check the events diary for information.

Sunday Services 
8.00am
Holy Communion
This is a 1662 Book of Common Prayer said Communion Service held in the Quire.

10.15am
Choral Mattins

During term time this service is sung by the Cathedral Choir. There is a short sermon. In school holidays visiting professional choirs are invited to sing Sunday services. Please check the events diary to confirm Choral Mattins is taking place.

11.30am
Sung Eucharist

The Cathedral Choir sing at the Sung Eucharist during term time, and visiting professional choirs during the school holidays. A sermon is preached during the service.

3.15pm
Choral Evensong

During termtime Evensong is sung by the Cathedral Choir. There is a short sermon. In school holidays visiting professional choirs are invited to sing Sunday services

6.00pm 
Eucharist

This service, almost always a Eucharist, is offered as a meditative and quiet liturgical celebration to end the day. Incense is burnt to add to the reflective and calm atmosphere. It takes place under the dome.


The interior ceiling of St Paul's Cathedral