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Coronavirus (COVID-19)


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. 

General Visiting Opening Hours

Monday to Friday
8.00am to 5.00pm


8.00am to 5.00pm

11.30am to 3.00pm


The Cathedral Café

Opening Hours

Guidance for worship at the Cathedral

Please note the following arrangements for visiting and worshipping in the Cathedral after this time.

The North Transept has been set aside for those who wish to maintain spatial distancing.

Communion in one kind will continue to be distributed at stations from both ends of the Cathedral.

Face Coverings
Please keep your face covering on while in the building, unless you are exempt.

Congregational Singing
Congregational singing is permitted.

North Transept
For those who would prefer to remain spatially distanced from those singing, please sit in the North Transept (see map below). 



Public Worship

Monday to Saturday

8.30am Morning Prayer
12.30pm Lunchtime Eucharist
5.15pm Evening Prayer (3.30pm on Saturday)


8.00am BCP Holy Communion
10.00am Cathedral Eucharist
3.30pm Choral Evensong


Broadcast Worship

Monday to Saturday
Morning Prayer at 8.30am

Services are available on Facebook and YouTube.

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If you have any urgent pastoral need the please contact the Vergers on 0117 946 8181 or Reception on 0117 926 4879.

Please follow the good practice advice on handwashing and hygiene to help prevent the spread of the illness.  

For more information and advice see: 

NHS advice

Advice on mental health.  

Government advice


Prayer Resources

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.

A Sunday Service broadcast from the Church of England Facebook page

Time to Pray app - as of March 2020 it is completely free to use.

Texts for daily Prayers

Church of England resources are available here