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Public Worship for the 10.30am Sunday Eucharist from 12 July

We are pleased to announce that public worship for the 10.30am Sunday Eucharist will resume on 12 July.

Due to the current guidance on social distancing there will be a limited numbers of spaces available. In order to manage this fairly, and to comply with the government 'Track and Trace' system, worshippers will be required to book online »

Booking will be open Monday-Friday for the following Sunday. It will not be possible to book for several consecutive Sundays.

This service will continue to be live streamed on our YouTube channel for those who are particularly vulnerable or unable to attend in person.

Please note:


  • Seats in the Cathedral will be socially distanced in pairs and all bookings will be for a pair of seats
  • If you book as a couple, make one booking (that will allocate you a pair of seats)
  • If you are booking just for yourself, again book for one, and in the Cathedral you will sit in one seat and have a vacant seat next to you
  • If you are a family make a booking for the number of pairs of seats you will need


  • Worshippers for the Sunday Eucharist will enter via the West and South doors of the Cathedral
  • Please remain socially distanced at all times, especially if there is any sort of queue as you enter or leave
  • Please use the hand sanitiser as you enter and exit the building
  • Staff and stewards will be on hand to welcome you and to offer help and guidance

Regular Daily Services

Morning Prayer followed by a Eucharist will be celebrated in the Cathedral at 8am and 8.30am from Monday 6 July. No booking is currently required for these services as we anticipate numbers will be manageable.

Access for Morning Prayer/Holy Communion is through the South door of the Cathedral. There will be no access via the West Door.

All services will continue to be streamed via the Cathedral's YouTube channel.
Full details can be found here.

You can light a virtual candle here.