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7:30am Morning Prayer
8:00am Eucharist
8:30am Doors open for sightseeing
12:30pm Eucharist
3:30pm Stations of the Cross
4:00pm Last entry for sightseeing
5:00pm Choral Evensong


£200,000 grant awarded to St Paul's to help maintain Wren's iconic dome

The great paintings inside the dome of St Paul's are set to be saved from water damage after a £200,000 grant was awarded to the Cathedral. The huge murals by Sir James Thornhill, which depict the life of St Paul, will be protected from moisture as part of a wider scheme...

Afghanistan: the legacy of war - a special report by St Paul's Cathedral School for BBC School Report 2015

Welcome to BBC School Report at St Paul’s Cathedral School.  We were witnesses to a national service of commemoration last week for those who served in the Afghanistan campaign, right next door in our ‘school chapel’, St Paul’s Cathedral! The service was attended by many...

The 'faithful' of the Afghanistan war commemorated in service of reflection and remembrance

The 'faithfulness' of those who served, as well as the loved ones who supported them throughout, was praised by the Archbishop of Canterbury as the nation reflected on the war in Afghanistan. At the service on 13 March 2015, attended by HM The Queen, The Most Reverend Justin...

Young women inspired about their futures at St Paul's

An inspiring and challenging evening to help young women think about their futures has been held at St Paul's. The St Paul's Institute event, organised in partnership with Girls Talk London on Tuesday 10  March, put a group of 16- to 24-year olds into direct discussion with...

St Paul’s opens its doors for second Surprise St Paul’s photo competition

For the first time in its history, St Paul’s will open its doors exclusively to photographers, and ask them to capture something surprising through their lens. Owing to the success of 2014’s Surprise St Paul’s, which asked people to send in their best and most imaginative...

Is World Book Day's 'most dangerous' book here at St Paul's?

To mark World Book Day (5 March) we tell the story of one of the most controversial and 'dangerous' books in history, a copy of which remarkably survives at St Paul's. One very small book housed within the library of St Paul’s continues to exert its influence on us, almost...