Worship

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Cathedral closed until further notice

Worship

St Paul’s Cathedral has been present on this site in one form or another for over 1,400 years. It has been built and rebuilt five times, but its main purpose has always been a place of worship and prayer. Our services are always free for everyone to attend.

Following the declaration of a Major Incident in London due to high rates of COVID-19, and the request for places of worship to close, the Chapter of St Paul’s has made the difficult decision to close the Cathedral for public worship and private prayer with immediate effect. This decision will be reviewed regularly, as we closely monitor the situation, and we hope to reopen for private prayer, services and sightseeing when it is safe to do so. The Ministers will continue to offer prayer and worship on behalf of us all.


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