The Cathedral stands at the heart of the city and is the Mother Church of the Diocese of Bristol. We are open daily for visitors and worshippers. All are welcome.
A daily rhythm of prayer and worship is central to the Cathedral's life and is an expression of our Christian faith. You are warmly invited to come and join us. Find out more about Faith. See online prayers.
We run a creative and exciting programme things to do for children of all ages. Read more
Explore the Cathedral with our new Robin Trail
Cathedral Kids meets at 10am during term time. All are welcome.
Join us for fun, free half term family activities at Crafty Cathedral
Blessed Is She
On the centenary of women gaining the right to vote, discover more about some of the women in the cathedral community.
Find out more about being part of the Cathedral community.
Our regular services
Please note that individual days or weeks may differ from the general pattern below. Please check the Services & Music List link below for week-by-week details.
Choral Evensong or Evening Prayer
3.30pm Saturdays and Sundays
8.00am BCP Holy Communion
10.00am Cathedral Eucharist
Children are welcome to attend Cathedral Kids (in term time)
3.30pm Choral Evensong
Read the Sunday sermon
We are open daily and admission is free. Come and enjoy our shop, cafe and garden. Read more.
Free guided tours are usually held on Saturdays at 11.30am and 1.30pm. Ring 0117 926 4879 to check availability if you want to come on a specific date.
Learn more about our work on social justice issues across the city. View the full programme.
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Life at the Cathedral would not be possible without the support and generosity of our communities. Give a gift online.
Visit our interactive WWI Book of Remembrance.
Read about our January casualty Roy Bailey
Discover more about our fascinating new research project with the University of Bristol which explores the ecology of sound inside cathedrals and the way that it impacts on visitors.