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7:30am Morning Prayer
8:00am Eucharist
8:30am Doors open for sightseeing
12:30pm Eucharist
2:45pm Last entry for sightseeing
5:00pm Ceremony of Carols


New art installation for Advent and Christmastide at St Paul's Cathedral

A work by Ian Hamilton Finlay has been installed for a short period during Advent and Christmastide.   L'étoile dans son étable de lumière - The star in its stable of light- is on display opposite the crib at the West End of the Cathedral. The work and the words in neon...

Advent and Christmas at St Paul's Cathedral 2016

From surprise special celebrity readers to your favourite carols, and the wonder and worship of God's mystery - there's something for everyone at St Paul's during Advent and Christmas. Bring the children for a family-friendly carol service on a Saturday morning, join us for...

St Paul's Cathedral Community mourns the loss of a much-loved colleague

The whole Cathedral community remembers the pastoral care and support over the years that she was here. All of us are very sad to hear of this loss.  Read Canon Mark Oakley's sermon dedicated to Sarah Eynstone preached at St Paul's Cathedral on Sunday 4 December 2016 We...

A statement on the protected view of St Paul’s Cathedral

The Chapter of St Paul’s Cathedral have been made aware of the concerns for the protected view of the cathedral from Richmond, first raised by the Friends of Richmond Park.  The Cathedral was not notified or consulted on the planning application for this major development...

Thanksgiving Service 2016 at St Paul's Cathedral, London

US Ambassador Matthew Barzun attended his fourth and final Thanksgiving Day Service at St Paul's Cathedral on Thursday 24 November 2016 Here is his full President's Proclamation -  'Happy Thanksgiving. What a joy be here. Here we are. Nearly 400 years since English pilgrims...

New St Paul's Cathedral First World War Altar Frontal and Memorial Book

The story of how injured men learned to embroider a dazzling altar frontal despite the horrors of  World War One is now available in a new book. Convalescing servicemen in Britain's military hospitals worked on the altar frontal as part of their therapy. Now you can read...