The Cathedral is regularly reviewing national advice and guidance, from the government, Public Health England, and the national Church about Coronavirus and how best to keep people safe, and mitigate the spread of infection.
From Tuesday 7 July, following advice from the Government and the Church of England, the Cathedral will recommence public worship. Please see below for details.
For your visit:
- if you have a new continuous cough, a high temperature, or a loss of taste or smell, please do not enter the building;
- please use handgel provided before entering the building;
- please maintain social distancing measures of two metres between people not in your household
11.00am to 3.00pm
Closed to the public
Tuesday to Saturday
10.00am to 3.00pm
Daily services from the Cathedral are as follows:
Morning Prayer (streamed online)
9.30am Monday to Saturday
Lunchtime Eucharist (streamed online and, from Tuesday 7 July open to the public)
12.30pm Tuesday to Saturday
Evening Prayer (streamed online)
3.30pm Monday to Saturday
Said Cathedral Eucharist (with reflection) (streamed online and, from Sunday 12 July, open to the public)
Attending Worship at the Cathedral
If you would like to attend the Sunday Eucharist on Sunday 12 July, please email Tim Popple on email@example.com, or call the gatehouse office on 0117 926 4879, and Tim will confirm your attending.
This will ensure that we have a record of attendees so as to facilitate track and trace.
Due to social distancing restrictions numbers of attendees will be limited.
Please do pass this on to those you know who might not see the website who you think might like to attend.
The services will be said, until such time as guidance on music in worship is reassessed.
On Sunday, we will open at 9.30am for those attending the 10.00am Eucharist. We will open to the public after the service has finished.
If you have any urgent pastoral need the please contact Reception on 0117 926 4879.
For more information and advice see:
The Church of England has many new resources available for those who wish to engage in their own private prayer, in addition or instead of our broadcast services.
Time to Pray app - as of March 2020 it is completely free to use.