faith & worship

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.

For sound footage and photographs of the Archbishop of Canterbury's visit click here.   

For more information and prayers for the plight of Christians in Iraq click here.  

Online Daily Prayers


There are many ways you can support our work. Read more.


Music is an integral part of Bristol Cathedral's life and mission. Read more

Watch a video about the Choir's recent tour of Poland here


We run a creative and exciting programme of events for children of all ages. Read more

Our regular services

Morning Prayer
Weekdays 8:30am

Holy Communion
Weekdays 12.30pm

Choral Evensong or Evening Prayer
Weekdays 5.15pm
Saturdays and Sundays 3.30pm

This Sunday
BCP Holy Communion 8.00am
Eucharist 10.00am
Choral Evensong 3.30pm

Please click on the box below for the full service listings.  

For a copy of our 2013 Annual review click here.  

If you have a query please ring the Cathedral office on 0117 926 4879.

visit us

Come and enjoy our shop, cafe and garden.  Read more for the details of our opening times and travel directions.

Please note - the Bristol Marathon will be taking place on Sunday 21 September.  As Anchor Road will be shut regular members of the congregation will need a parking permit to come through the Gatehouse arch into College Square.  Permits are availalble from the Duty Verger.  


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Latest News

Archbishop of Canterbury’s visit Sunday 14 September - photographs and footage

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Upcoming events

WWI Book of Remembrance

Visit our interactive WWI Book of Remembrance. Read more.

To read about our September casualty Thomas Rae click here

the Cathedral

Take a 360° virtual tour of Bristol Cathedral. Visit tour.

Our guides can tell you all our best stories. Read more.

Learn about the history, architecture and art of Bristol Cathedral. Read more