Welcome to Bristol Cathedral

Open for prayer, visiting, and services six days a week. Find out more about our current hours and services here.

'The glory of God is a human being fully alive...'
(St Irenaeus) 

Come and See

Explore the Cathedral

See how to visit and take a virtual tour

Make a Donation

Every donation we receive, however small or large, helps to ensure we are able to remain free to enter and that the Cathedral remains in the best possible condition for future generations 
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Bristol Cathedral Choir

Find out about the Cathedral Choir.

'Bristol Cathedral has one of the best Cathedral interiors in England' Sir John Betjeman (Poet Laureate)

Part of our mission is to keep people safe

Read more about our work to safeguard children and adults and all who visit the Cathedral

Latest Cathedral Updates

The Cathedral is now open once more for public worship. To book for the Sunday services click here.

Welcome to Bristol Cathedral

This Week in the Cathedral

News & Notes

September Music List

We are part of the Church of England
and the Diocese of Bristol

Watch our Welcome Video

Take a Virtual Tour

Come and See - Come and Listen

Read more

bristol cathedral tv

Watch the latest service or music offering from our YouTube channel

The Cathedral is open.

Our Opening Hours have been extended. For more information click here.

Opening hours:

Monday Closed to the Public
Tuesday to Saturday 9.00am to 4.00pm
Sunday 11.30am to 3.00pm

All services are attendable by the public. 

Services:

Morning Prayer
Tuesday to Saturday, 9.30am

Lunchtime Eucharist
Tuesday to Saturday, 12.30pm

Evening Prayer
Tuesday to Saturday, 3.30pm

To attend the following services, please register here.

Choral Evensong
Friday, 5.15pm

BCP Holy Communion
Sunday, 8.00am

Cathedral Eucharist
Sunday, 10.00am

Choral Evensong
Sunday, 3.30pm

Daily Morning Prayer and the Sunday Eucharist are broadcast via our social media channels, available on the following links:

Facebook  | Twitter | YouTube 

prayer for the day

Holy God,
as we open our doors and welcome in
those who will come
may we recognise you among them.
As we make our churches safe to enter
and care for those who come
may we recognise you as our strong defence.
As we say our prayers
and light our candles
may we recognise you in the midst.
As we resume our life
and live our life
may we recognise you as our life
today, tomorrow, and always.
Amen.

find out more about how to support your cathedral here

Resources now available.

help for domestic abuse

Click here for help on domestic abuse

Welcome to Bristol Cathedral

This Week in the Cathedral

News & Notes

September Music List

We are part of the Church of England
and the Diocese of Bristol

Watch our Welcome Video

Take a Virtual Tour

help for domestic abuse

Click here for help on domestic abuse

Come and See - Come and Listen

Read more

find out more about how to support your cathedral here

Resources now available.

bristol cathedral tv

Watch the latest service or music offering from our YouTube channel

prayer for the day

Holy God,
as we open our doors and welcome in
those who will come
may we recognise you among them.
As we make our churches safe to enter
and care for those who come
may we recognise you as our strong defence.
As we say our prayers
and light our candles
may we recognise you in the midst.
As we resume our life
and live our life
may we recognise you as our life
today, tomorrow, and always.
Amen.

The Cathedral is open.

Our Opening Hours have been extended. For more information click here.

Opening hours:

Monday Closed to the Public
Tuesday to Saturday 9.00am to 4.00pm
Sunday 11.30am to 3.00pm

All services are attendable by the public. 

Services:

Morning Prayer
Tuesday to Saturday, 9.30am

Lunchtime Eucharist
Tuesday to Saturday, 12.30pm

Evening Prayer
Tuesday to Saturday, 3.30pm

To attend the following services, please register here.

Choral Evensong
Friday, 5.15pm

BCP Holy Communion
Sunday, 8.00am

Cathedral Eucharist
Sunday, 10.00am

Choral Evensong
Sunday, 3.30pm

Daily Morning Prayer and the Sunday Eucharist are broadcast via our social media channels, available on the following links:

Facebook  | Twitter | YouTube 

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