Lent is traditionally the time when we prepare for the great feast of Easter. This year we are offering many opportunities as we explore the Lenten journey. We will hear faith stories from people in the city; explore the Cross through a series of meditations; and explore different ways of praying together. Everyone is welcome.
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Palm Sunday - 29 March.
Join us for a processional service on College Green at 10.00 am. Gigi the donkey will also be with us.
At 3.30pm, join us for Stations of the Cross, at the close of which is a dance/drama performed by dance students from the Bristol School of Dancing, entitled, "The Sword Is In Her Heart Also".
Maundy Thursday - 2 April.
Join us for the liturgy of the Lord's supper at 7.30 pm.
Good Friday - 3 April.
The Good Friday devotion begins at 12 noon, and is followed by the Liturgy of the Lord's death from 1.30 pm.
Easter Vigil - 4 April.
The Easter vigil starts at 9.00 pm.
Festival Eucharist - 5 April.
The main Easter celebration is at 10 am. The Bishop of Bristol will be presiding. This is a popular service, so come early to secure a seat.
A daily rhythm of prayer and worship is central to the Cathedral's life, and is an expression of our faith. You are warmly invited to come and join us. Read more.
Want to help? You can donate food at the Cathedral to help those who do not have enough to eat this winter. Read more.
Online Daily Prayers
Our regular services
Choral Evensong or Evening Prayer
Saturdays and Sundays 3.30pm
BCP Holy Communion 8.00am
Choral Evensong 3.30pm
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The Very Revd Dr David Hoyle, Dean of Bristol, shares his path to faith Read more
Visit our interactive WWI Book of Remembrance. Read more.
To read about our March casualty Percy Viner-Johnson click here.
Learn about the history, architecture and art of Bristol Cathedral. Read more.
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