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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


On This Day 1960: The OBE Chapel is dedicated in the presence of The Queen

The British honours system is notoriously complicated, with numerous medals and gongs given to civilians and those in the military for their service to the nation.   But amongst the plethora of awards sits those which are best-known within the UK and around the world - the...

On This Day, 1913: Fight for voting rights sees bomb planted in St Paul's

As the nation heads to the polling booths for the General Election, we look back exactly 102 years to when one group's struggle for equality saw their fight come within the walls of St Paul's. On Wednesday, 7 May 1913, a Suffragette plot to blow up the Bishop's throne in...

Victory 'V' to rise high above St Paul's to mark 70th anniversary of the end of War in Europe

Two powerful beams of light will rise high into the air above St Paul's as they did 70 years ago when the guns of War fell silent in Europe. To mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day, the lights will recreate the famous V shape as on 8 May 1945.  For three...

Christian Aid Week supported by St Paul's collections

To mark this year's Christian Aid Week, St Paul's will once again be giving its collection money to this vital cause. At every Evensong service from 10 - 16 May, all collection money will go directly to Christian Aid, as well as all money donated to the Cathedral's collection...

Baby bells ring out from St Paul's for Princess Charlotte

A full peal of bells rang out from St Paul's to mark the birth of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge. 12 ringers took to the bell tower on Tuesday 5 May 2015 to attempt the four-hour peal, three days after Charlotte Elizabeth Diana was born. Dave Bassford, Secretary of the...

St George's Day environmental debate told climate change a 'dragon' we can help defeat

Climate change is a 'dragon' we can all help to slay, a packed St George's Day audience has been told by the Church of England's lead Bishop for the environment. At Climate Change and the Common Good: The Cultural Challenge, held on Thursday 23 April in the crypt of St Paul's, keynote...