Daily service times 

Please note that the following is the regular pattern of services; however, this can vary on a day to day basis, particularly during choir holidays when visiting choirs may be singing or a spoken Service of Evening Prayer may replace Choral Evensong.

Regular services
WEEKDAYS (Monday - Friday)
08.30 - Morning Prayer in the Chapel of St Anselm
17.30 - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: Choral Evensong in the Quire
Wednesday:Said Evening Prayer in the Lady Chapel

09:30 - Morning Prayer and Holy Communion in the Chapel of St Werburgh
16:15 - Choral Evensong

08.00 - Holy Communion in the Lady Chapel (Book of Common Prayer)
10.00 - Cathedral Eucharist in the Nave
11.30 - Mattins in the Quire (BCP Eucharist 1st, 3rd Sundays)
15.30 - Choral Evensong in the Quire
18.30 - Evening Service - Said or Sung Compline
(This evening service does not take place every Sunday - please check on the monthly scheme)

12.30 - Monday 
in the Lady Chapel
12.30 - Tuesday 
in the Lady Chapel
12.30 - Wednesday 
in the Lady Chapel
11.30 - Thursday in the Lady Chapel (Book of Common Prayer)
12.30 - Friday in the Lady Chapel
09.30 - Saturday in the Chapel of St Werburgh

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There are many ways to support the Cathedral from donations through to buying a gift or simply enjoying a coffee in the Refectory. We welcome your support in whatever form it takes.

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The Refectory, built in the 13th century, was the dining hall for the 40 monks who belonged to the community at the time. The Refectory is open from 9:30 - 4:30 and a delicious lunch menu, fabulous cakes and free Wi-Fi!


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