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  • Sunday
    Closed
  • Monday to Friday
    Closed
  • Saturdays and Bank Holidays
    Closed
  • FREE ENTRY

Our services online

We are delighted to be able to offer some Cathedral worship and a series of reflections and prayers online to help us to worship together at this difficult time.

Come, all who are Thirsty!: Worship for the Feast of Pentecost, Sunday 31 May – available at 10am on YouTube

Join us to mark the fiftieth day after Easter – Pentecost – when we remember the dramatic first coming of the Holy Spirit of Jesus, and hear how it transformed the lives of his followers, then, as now.

The preacher will be Canon Clare MacLaren. Music, images, words and stories to give courage, hope and inspiration, even while we are required to be apart.

Available on our YouTube channel at 10am on Sunday 31 May: https://tinyurl.com/NclCathedral

We hope that you can join us online.

Followed by online coffee and conversation, accessed via: tinyurl.com/cathedralcoffee


God is gone Up: Worship for the Sunday after Ascension Day, Sunday 24 May – available now on YouTube

Join us to mark the season of Ascension, as we remember Christ’s final words to his followers to preach the Gospel to all nations and to wait on the coming Holy Spirit. Canon Peter Dobson preaches. Music, images, words and stories to give courage, hope and strength even while we are required to be apart.

God is gone Up: Worship for the Sunday after Ascension Day, Sunday 24 May 2020

Join the Cathedral clergy, and a growing community of “online worshippers” live for Morning Prayer:

Monday to Friday at 8:30am by clicking here.

Join in and listen to our Daily Reflections – topical thoughts and prayers, inspired by the Gospel for the day – by clicking here for the full library or scroll down to view our most recent Daily Reflections:

You can also access any of these resources and keep up with all the other news from the Cathedral at any time, if you “like” and “follow” our Facebook Page and “subscribe” to our YouTube Channel.

Just click on the blue links to have a closer look!

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