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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

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Tribute from St Paul's Cathedral - the Bishop of London announces his retirement

The Dean of St Paul's has paid tribute to the Bishop of London as the Bishop announces his retirement.  The Bishop's last public engagement as Bishop of London will be Candlemas at St Paul’s Cathedral on 2 February 2017. Visit the Bishop of London's website Dean of...

A Royal Celebration of St Paul's Friends and Benefactors

Several hundred Friends of St Paul's attended the annual Festival evensong on 13 July 2016. See all images from the service  The Friends' Patron HRH The Duchess of Gloucester spoke at the end of the traditional chorister recital of her love of St Paul's. She expressed...

Poppies by Stanley Spencer at St Paul's for Battle of the Somme centenary

The oil painting Poppies by Stanley Spencer is on display in the north transept of the cathedral. It is on loan from Newark Council until 18 November 2016. The 1938 work features as part of our First World War Commemorations. It specifically marks the centenary of the Battle...

The Lampedusa Cross and refugee exhibition at St Paul's

One of the world’s most poignant crosses was on display at St Paul’s Cathedral for one day on Sunday 19 June, on loan from the British Museum. Hear a BBC Radio 4 PM programme feature on the Lampedusa Cross at St Paul's   The Lampedusa Cross was the last acquisition made...

HM The Queen's 90th Birthday - The National Service of Thanksgiving

The Archbishop of Canterbury and the Dean of St Paul’s thanked HM The Queen Elizabeth for how she has ‘wonderfully sustained’ her country over the years as guests gathered at St Paul’s to celebrate her official 90th birthday. At the National Service of Thanksgiving on Friday...

Queen's 90th birthday National Service of Thanksgiving

We will be adding more information, background and pictures here between now and the end of the service. It will be broadcast live on BBC1 on Friday 10 June. You can read all the prayers, see the hymns and find out who is taking part in the Order of Service below. Read...