Today at the Cathedral View More
7:30am Morning Prayer
8:00am Eucharist
8:30am Doors open for sightseeing
12:30pm Eucharist
4:00pm Last entry for sightseeing
5:00pm Choral Evensong


St John Passion by J S Bach

Free tickets to St Paul's annual performance of J S Bach's St John Passion are now available online via Eventbrite. BOOK TICKETS The performance, at 6.30pm on Tuesday 11 April, is an integral part of the Cathedral's worship during the period of Lent. The Cathedral Choir...

Farewell to the Bishop of London

People are invited to post social media messages of praise and thanks at a special 'Pop-Up Cathedral' on the streets of London.  St Paul's is holding a service to say Farewell to the Bishop of London at 6pm on Thursday 2 February.  A Pop-Up Cathedral will be set up for...

London schools celebrate with dance, music, song and stories

Tight rhythm and melodic phrasing by the Holy Trinity Tottenham Primary School Steel Pans set the scene for a service which brought together ambassadors from over 150 Schools across London (and a little beyond). Through dance, music, song and telling their stories, 1,300...

Disabled Access Day 2017

People of all ages with disabilities are welcome to visit St Paul's for free on Disabled Access Day. The Cathedral is among UK, landmarks, venues and attractions offering additional events and tours for children and adults on Saturday 11 March. This year  features a special...

The Reverend Canon Philippa Boardman, MBE

We are pleased to announce that the Bishop of Southwark has appointed the Revd Canon Philippa Boardman MBE to the post of Priest in Charge of St Mary Magdalene, Wandsworth Common in the Deanery of Tooting. Philippa is Canon Treasurer of St Paul’s Cathedral. She has previously...

Martin Luther King at St Paul's

Martin Luther King left the United States in December 1964 to collect the Nobel Peace prize in Norway. He broke his journey in London - and came to St Paul's Cathedral at the invitation of Canon John Collins.  He addressed a congregation of 4,000 people from the Cathedral...