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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


Black History Month Inspirations

Find out more about inspirational figures at Evensong preaching to mark Black History Month. Four visiting clergy from around London will preach at St Paul's Cathedral on four dates in October 2015. The clergy and their inspirational people are: Sunday 4 October  The...

Advent and Christmas at St Paul's Cathedral

A wide range of services, music, talks and spectacular events is on offer at St Paul’s Cathedral . Here are some of the many highlights: all are free unless otherwise indicated. Advent begins with a dramatic procession moving from darkness into light, sung by the Cathedral...

New women bishops ordained at St Paul's Cathedral

The first Ordination and Consecration of women bishops at the Cathedral took place on 29 September. The service was led by the Archbishop of Canterbury. The Revd Anne Hollinghurst is now Bishop of Aston and the Venerable Ruth Worsley is Bishop of Taunton. The Revd Ric Thorpe...

Faith Leaders at St Paul’s to Support Sustainable Development Goals

  Christian, Islamic and Jewish leaders gathered at St Paul’s Cathedral in London to urge the Prime Minister to ensure the UK plays its part in achieving new international goals to tackle poverty and inequality whilst protecting the environment in every country. The event...

Rugby and song! St Paul's marks start of World Cup with home nation hymns

The sport of rugby has long been associated with great song, so to mark the start of the 2015 World Cup we have chosen a great hymn from St Paul's for each of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland to get into the spirit of the tournament. ENGLAND The...

WW1 veteran’s daughter views her father’s needlework at St Paul’s

A woman whose father helped create a stunning altar frontal at St Paul's has visited the Cathedral to see his skilled handiwork. Sergeant George Henry Brammer of the 1st Battalion, The King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, worked on an altar frontal for St Paul’s Cathedral...