Worship

Worship
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8:00am Holy Communion
8:45am Morning Prayer
11:00am Sung Eucharist
3:00pm Evening Prayer with Sermon
4:30pm Organ Recital
5:30pm Eucharist

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.

St Paul’s Cathedral has closed for tourism and services from Tuesday 17 March. The Cathedral has been acting in accordance with Government and Church of England advice since the outbreak of COVID-19. Following advice from the Church of England on the suspension of services, and updated Government information, the Cathedral has decided to suspend all public services and tourism at the Cathedral until further notice. This will be regularly reviewed. 

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