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


Contact the Elderly to hold Golden Jubilee Concert at St Paul's

A charity which has helped transform the lives of lonely older people for the past 50 years will celebrate its Golden Jubilee at St Paul's. Since 1965, Contact the Elderly has been carrying out its vital work, with the simple concept of tea, cake and conversation at Sunday...

Maurice Sills - St Paul's volunteer, expert proofreader, cricket and football aficionado - turns 100!

At St Paul's we often talk about our many great treasures, but none are more valued than our very great friend, cricket-loving Maurice Sills, who is celebrating his century stand. Maurice, a volunteer at the Cathedral since the 1970s, turns 100 today (July 28). One of...

The 'opaque splendour of God' discussed at St Paul's evening with Barbara Brown Taylor

One of today's most influential Christian writers has spoken of 'the opaque splendour of God' at a St Paul's Cathedral event. American Episcopal priest, Barbara Brown Taylor, talked about her new book, Learning to Walk in the Dark, at the event on Thursday, 9 July.     Despite...

The 'astonishing' London and the nation pay tribute to the victims of the 2005 bombings at St Paul's

Ten years after one of the worst terrorist attack in British history, St Paul's has led mourning families, survivors and the nation in remembering the 52 dead and countless injured of the 2005 London bombings. VIEW ALL IMAGES FROM THE SERVICE At the service on Tuesday,...

40 new Deacons ordained in joyous ceremony at St Paul's

Forty women and men from across the Diocese of London have been ordained as Deacons at St Paul's, in a joyous ceremony at St Paul's. The service of Eucharist on Saturday, 4 July, saw a packed Cathedral of friends, family and other well-wishers witness the ordinands begin...

O Canada! Extremely rare version of national anthem sung at St Paul's as WWI raged across Europe

For Canada Day, we bring you the story of an exceeding rare version of the Canadian National Anthem sung at St Paul's in 1915 in memory of those killed in the trenches. O Canada, thou land of noble name, Thy brow is crowned with golden leaves of fame;  Thine arm so...