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Gloucester Cathedral
September 2020

Tuesday 1st September 2020 10:00Open to VisitorsGloucester Cathedral welcomes you! Visitors will be able to access the building between 10.00am and 5.00pm, Monday to Saturday. 12.00pm and 5.00pm on Sundays. Please click the link to see all the protective measures we have in place to ensure a safe visit to the Cathedral. The Monk's Kitchen is also open with a takeaway menu: Monday - Saturday 10.00am-3.00pm Sunday 11.00am-3.00pm
12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Wednesday 2nd September 2020 Limited Access today 2.30pm-4.30pm There will be limited access to the Nave today between 2.30pm and 4.30pm due to a special service. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
10:00Open to VisitorsGloucester Cathedral welcomes you! Visitors will be able to access the building between 10.00am and 5.00pm, Monday to Saturday. 12.00pm and 5.00pm on Sundays. Please click the link to see all the protective measures we have in place to ensure a safe visit to the Cathedral. The Monk's Kitchen is also open with a takeaway menu: Monday - Saturday 10.00am-3.00pm Sunday 11.00am-3.00pm
12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Thursday 3rd September 2020 10:00Open to VisitorsGloucester Cathedral welcomes you! Visitors will be able to access the building between 10.00am and 5.00pm, Monday to Saturday. 12.00pm and 5.00pm on Sundays. Please click the link to see all the protective measures we have in place to ensure a safe visit to the Cathedral. The Monk's Kitchen is also open with a takeaway menu: Monday - Saturday 10.00am-3.00pm Sunday 11.00am-3.00pm
12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Friday 4th September 2020 10:00Open to VisitorsGloucester Cathedral welcomes you! Visitors will be able to access the building between 10.00am and 5.00pm, Monday to Saturday. 12.00pm and 5.00pm on Sundays. Please click the link to see all the protective measures we have in place to ensure a safe visit to the Cathedral. The Monk's Kitchen is also open with a takeaway menu: Monday - Saturday 10.00am-3.00pm Sunday 11.00am-3.00pm
12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Saturday 5th September 2020 We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) The city through the lens of black photographers Exhibition in the Cloister Saturday 5 September - Sunday 20 September Monday to Saturday: 10.00am - 5.00pm Sunday: 12noon - 5.00pm Rider Shafique poignantly explores identity, culture and heritage through face coverings in a series of photographs of Gloucester people taken during lockdown.
10:00Open to VisitorsGloucester Cathedral welcomes you! Visitors will be able to access the building between 10.00am and 5.00pm, Monday to Saturday. 12.00pm and 5.00pm on Sundays. Please click the link to see all the protective measures we have in place to ensure a safe visit to the Cathedral. The Monk's Kitchen is also open with a takeaway menu: Monday - Saturday 10.00am-3.00pm Sunday 11.00am-3.00pm
12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Sunday 6th September 2020 We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) The city through the lens of black photographers Exhibition in the Cloister Saturday 5 September - Sunday 20 September Monday to Saturday: 10.00am - 5.00pm Sunday: 12noon - 5.00pm Rider Shafique poignantly explores identity, culture and heritage through face coverings in a series of photographs of Gloucester people taken during lockdown.
10:15Sunday EucharistWe will be delighted to welcome you to the Sunday morning Eucharist. It will look and feel different, but that is for good reason as we seek to protect all in the Cathedral during the present health circumstances. You can read about all the measures in place via the website link below. You can attend in person or visit our website to join lives streaming of the service. All worship will be offered in accordance with government and church health and safety guidance. If you wish to attend, please send an email to prayers@gloucestercathedral.org.uk to indicate your attendance (before or after the service) stating clearly your name/s and contact details in order to comply with the track and trace process. These records need to be kept for 21 days and will then be destroyed. Thank you.
12:00Open to VisitorsGloucester Cathedral welcomes you! Visitors will be able to access the building between 12.00pm and 5.00pm on Sundays and between 10.00am and 5.00pm, Monday to Saturday. Please click the link to see all the protective measures we have in place to ensure a safe visit to the Cathedral. The Monk's Kitchen is also open with a takeaway menu: Monday - Saturday 10.00am-3.00pm Sunday 11.00am-3.00pm Visitors may also be lucky enough to hear the organ being played occasionally.
16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Monday 7th September 2020 We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) The city through the lens of black photographers Exhibition in the Cloister Saturday 5 September - Sunday 20 September Monday to Saturday: 10.00am - 5.00pm Sunday: 12noon - 5.00pm Rider Shafique poignantly explores identity, culture and heritage through face coverings in a series of photographs of Gloucester people taken during lockdown.
 Limited Access to the Lady Chapel today 1.00pm - 5.00pm There will be no access to the Lady Chapel today between 1.00pm and 5.00pm due to a private lecture. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. All other areas of the cathedral are open to the public.
12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Tuesday 8th September 2020 We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) The city through the lens of black photographers Exhibition in the Cloister Saturday 5 September - Sunday 20 September Monday to Saturday: 10.00am - 5.00pm Sunday: 12noon - 5.00pm Rider Shafique poignantly explores identity, culture and heritage through face coverings in a series of photographs of Gloucester people taken during lockdown.
12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Wednesday 9th September 2020 We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) The city through the lens of black photographers Exhibition in the Cloister Saturday 5 September - Sunday 20 September Monday to Saturday: 10.00am - 5.00pm Sunday: 12noon - 5.00pm Rider Shafique poignantly explores identity, culture and heritage through face coverings in a series of photographs of Gloucester people taken during lockdown.
12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Thursday 10th September 2020 We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) The city through the lens of black photographers Exhibition in the Cloister Saturday 5 September - Sunday 20 September Monday to Saturday: 10.00am - 5.00pm Sunday: 12noon - 5.00pm Rider Shafique poignantly explores identity, culture and heritage through face coverings in a series of photographs of Gloucester people taken during lockdown.
12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Friday 11th September 2020 We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) The city through the lens of black photographers Exhibition in the Cloister Saturday 5 September - Sunday 20 September Monday to Saturday: 10.00am - 5.00pm Sunday: 12noon - 5.00pm Rider Shafique poignantly explores identity, culture and heritage through face coverings in a series of photographs of Gloucester people taken during lockdown.
12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Saturday 12th September 2020 Limited Access to Lady Chapel from 10am today There will be no access to the Cathedral Lady Chapel after 10.00am today due to concerts taking place. The remainder of the Cathedral is open as usual to visitors. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
 We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) The city through the lens of black photographers Exhibition in the Cloister Saturday 5 September - Sunday 20 September Monday to Saturday: 10.00am - 5.00pm Sunday: 12noon - 5.00pm Rider Shafique poignantly explores identity, culture and heritage through face coverings in a series of photographs of Gloucester people taken during lockdown.
12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Sunday 13th September 2020 We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) The city through the lens of black photographers Exhibition in the Cloister Saturday 5 September - Sunday 20 September Monday to Saturday: 10.00am - 5.00pm Sunday: 12noon - 5.00pm Rider Shafique poignantly explores identity, culture and heritage through face coverings in a series of photographs of Gloucester people taken during lockdown.
10:15Sunday EucharistWe will be delighted to welcome you to the Sunday morning Eucharist. It will look and feel different, but that is for good reason as we seek to protect all in the Cathedral during the present health circumstances. You can read about all the measures in place via the website link below. You can attend in person or visit our website to join lives streaming of the service. All worship will be offered in accordance with government and church health and safety guidance. If you wish to attend, please send an email to prayers@gloucestercathedral.org.uk to indicate your attendance (before or after the service) stating clearly your name/s and contact details in order to comply with the track and trace process. These records need to be kept for 21 days and will then be destroyed. Thank you.
12:00Open to VisitorsGloucester Cathedral welcomes you! Visitors will be able to access the building between 12.00pm and 5.00pm on Sundays and between 10.00am and 5.00pm, Monday to Saturday. Please click the link to see all the protective measures we have in place to ensure a safe visit to the Cathedral. The Monk's Kitchen is also open with a takeaway menu: Monday - Saturday 10.00am-3.00pm Sunday 11.00am-3.00pm Visitors may also be lucky enough to hear the organ being played occasionally.
16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Monday 14th September 2020 We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) The city through the lens of black photographers Exhibition in the Cloister Saturday 5 September - Sunday 20 September Monday to Saturday: 10.00am - 5.00pm Sunday: 12noon - 5.00pm Rider Shafique poignantly explores identity, culture and heritage through face coverings in a series of photographs of Gloucester people taken during lockdown.
12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Tuesday 15th September 2020 We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) The city through the lens of black photographers Exhibition in the Cloister Saturday 5 September - Sunday 20 September Monday to Saturday: 10.00am - 5.00pm Sunday: 12noon - 5.00pm Rider Shafique poignantly explores identity, culture and heritage through face coverings in a series of photographs of Gloucester people taken during lockdown.
12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Wednesday 16th September 2020 We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) The city through the lens of black photographers Exhibition in the Cloister Saturday 5 September - Sunday 20 September Monday to Saturday: 10.00am - 5.00pm Sunday: 12noon - 5.00pm Rider Shafique poignantly explores identity, culture and heritage through face coverings in a series of photographs of Gloucester people taken during lockdown.
12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Thursday 17th September 2020 We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) The city through the lens of black photographers Exhibition in the Cloister Saturday 5 September - Sunday 20 September Monday to Saturday: 10.00am - 5.00pm Sunday: 12noon - 5.00pm Rider Shafique poignantly explores identity, culture and heritage through face coverings in a series of photographs of Gloucester people taken during lockdown.
12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Friday 18th September 2020 We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) The city through the lens of black photographers Exhibition in the Cloister Saturday 5 September - Sunday 20 September Monday to Saturday: 10.00am - 5.00pm Sunday: 12noon - 5.00pm Rider Shafique poignantly explores identity, culture and heritage through face coverings in a series of photographs of Gloucester people taken during lockdown.
12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Saturday 19th September 2020 We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) The city through the lens of black photographers Exhibition in the Cloister Saturday 5 September - Sunday 20 September Monday to Saturday: 10.00am - 5.00pm Sunday: 12noon - 5.00pm Rider Shafique poignantly explores identity, culture and heritage through face coverings in a series of photographs of Gloucester people taken during lockdown.
 Limited Access today 10am-12noon There will be limited access to the Cathedral today between 10.00am and 12noon due to a special service. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.
 Limited Access today 12noon-5pm There will be no access to the East End today between 12noon and 2.30pm due to a special service and no access to the Cloisters between 12noon and 5.00pm. The 12.30pm Eucharist is cancelled for today. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.
10:00Ordination of DeaconsOrdination of Deacons
12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
17:30Ordination of DeaconsOrdination of Deacons
Sunday 20th September 2020 We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) We See Gloucester (Do You See Me?) The city through the lens of black photographers Exhibition in the Cloister Saturday 5 September - Sunday 20 September Monday to Saturday: 10.00am - 5.00pm Sunday: 12noon - 5.00pm Rider Shafique poignantly explores identity, culture and heritage through face coverings in a series of photographs of Gloucester people taken during lockdown.
 Limited Access today 10am-12.15pm & 2.30pm-5pm There will be limited access to the Cathedral today between 10.00am and 12.15pm and between 2.30pm and 5.00pm due to special services. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.
10:15Sunday Eucharist with Ordination of PriestsWe will be delighted to welcome you to the Sunday morning Eucharist. It will look and feel different, but that is for good reason as we seek to protect all in the Cathedral during the present health circumstances. You can read about all the measures in place via the website link below. You can attend in person or visit our website to join lives streaming of the service. All worship will be offered in accordance with government and church health and safety guidance. If you wish to attend, please send an email to prayers@gloucestercathedral.org.uk to indicate your attendance (before or after the service) stating clearly your name/s and contact details in order to comply with the track and trace process. These records need to be kept for 21 days and will then be destroyed. Thank you.
12:00-2.30pm Open to Visitors

Gloucester Cathedral welcomes you! Today we're open to visitors 12.00noon-2.30pm. Please click the link to see all the protective measures we have in place to ensure a safe visit to the Cathedral. The Monk's Kitchen is also open with a takeaway menu: Monday - Saturday 10.00am-3.00pm Sunday 11.00am-3.00pm Visitors may also be lucky enough to hear the organ being played occasionally.

15:00Ordination of PriestsOrdination of Priests
Monday 21st September 2020 West End Lit Green for Recycle Week Campaign

West End Lit Green for Recycle Week Campaign

Monday 21 - Sunday 27 September 2020

'Thanking the nation: 'Together - We Recycle'

Now in its 17th year, Recycle Week is a celebration of recycling.

This year, the theme will thank the nation for continuing to recycle despite the challenges that COVID-19 has presented, under the banner 'Together - We Recycle'.

We want Recycle Week 2020 to recognise the sacrifices that key workers and citizens have made to keep recycling going and create positive change in the world around us. Our recycling and waste key workers have heroically carried on collecting while the world slowed down around them.

Find out more about the campaign here.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Tuesday 22nd September 2020 West End Lit Green for Recycle Week Campaign

West End Lit Green for Recycle Week Campaign

Monday 21 - Sunday 27 September 2020

'Thanking the nation: 'Together - We Recycle'

Now in its 17th year, Recycle Week is a celebration of recycling.

This year, the theme will thank the nation for continuing to recycle despite the challenges that COVID-19 has presented, under the banner 'Together - We Recycle'.

We want Recycle Week 2020 to recognise the sacrifices that key workers and citizens have made to keep recycling going and create positive change in the world around us. Our recycling and waste key workers have heroically carried on collecting while the world slowed down around them.

Find out more about the campaign here.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Wednesday 23rd September 2020 West End Lit Green for Recycle Week Campaign

West End Lit Green for Recycle Week Campaign

Monday 21 - Sunday 27 September 2020

'Thanking the nation: 'Together - We Recycle'

Now in its 17th year, Recycle Week is a celebration of recycling.

This year, the theme will thank the nation for continuing to recycle despite the challenges that COVID-19 has presented, under the banner 'Together - We Recycle'.

We want Recycle Week 2020 to recognise the sacrifices that key workers and citizens have made to keep recycling going and create positive change in the world around us. Our recycling and waste key workers have heroically carried on collecting while the world slowed down around them.

Find out more about the campaign here.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Thursday 24th September 2020 West End Lit Green for Recycle Week Campaign

West End Lit Green for Recycle Week Campaign

Monday 21 - Sunday 27 September 2020

'Thanking the nation: 'Together - We Recycle'

Now in its 17th year, Recycle Week is a celebration of recycling.

This year, the theme will thank the nation for continuing to recycle despite the challenges that COVID-19 has presented, under the banner 'Together - We Recycle'.

We want Recycle Week 2020 to recognise the sacrifices that key workers and citizens have made to keep recycling going and create positive change in the world around us. Our recycling and waste key workers have heroically carried on collecting while the world slowed down around them.

Find out more about the campaign here.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
19:30Evening Organ Recital - Jonathan HopeEvening Organ Recital Jonathan Hope, Assistant Director of Music, Gloucester Cathedral Thursday 24 September 7.30pm We are absolutely delighted to be able to share a Mini Organ Series with you that will take us through to the end of this unforgettable year. We hope you are able to join us for one if not more of the four concerts performed by our very own cathedral organists who are very much looking forward to sharing the fantastic sound of the cathedral's magnificent organ with you once again.
Friday 25th September 2020 Limited Access today 10.30am-12.30pm

There will be no access to the East End of the Cathedral today between 10.30am and 12.30pm due to a special service.

Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

 West End Lit Green for Recycle Week Campaign

West End Lit Green for Recycle Week Campaign

Monday 21 - Sunday 27 September 2020

'Thanking the nation: 'Together - We Recycle'

Now in its 17th year, Recycle Week is a celebration of recycling.

This year, the theme will thank the nation for continuing to recycle despite the challenges that COVID-19 has presented, under the banner 'Together - We Recycle'.

We want Recycle Week 2020 to recognise the sacrifices that key workers and citizens have made to keep recycling going and create positive change in the world around us. Our recycling and waste key workers have heroically carried on collecting while the world slowed down around them.

Find out more about the campaign here.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Evening PrayerA quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.
Saturday 26th September 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 West End Lit Green for Recycle Week

West End Lit Green for Recycle Week Campaign

Monday 21 - Sunday 27 September 2020

'Thanking the nation: 'Together - We Recycle'

Now in its 17th year, Recycle Week is a celebration of recycling.

This year, the theme will thank the nation for continuing to recycle despite the challenges that COVID-19 has presented, under the banner 'Together - We Recycle'.

We want Recycle Week 2020 to recognise the sacrifices that key workers and citizens have made to keep recycling going and create positive change in the world around us. Our recycling and waste key workers have heroically carried on collecting while the world slowed down around them.

Find out more about the campaign here.

 Limited Access today 4pm until closing

There will be limited access to the East End of the Cathedral today between 4.00pm and closing due to a special service.

Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

16:30Choral Evensong

We are delighted to welcome you to the Choral Evensong.

It will look and feel different, but that is for good reason as we seek to protect all in the Cathedral during the present health circumstances. You can read about all the measures in place via the website link below. 

All worship will be offered in accordance with government and church health and safety guidance. If you wish to attend, please send an email to prayers@gloucestercathedral.org.uk to indicate your attendance (before or after the service) stating clearly your name/s and contact details in order to comply with the track and trace process. These records need to be kept for 21 days and will then be destroyed. Thank you.

Read our safety measures.

Sunday 27th September 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

 West End Lit Green for Recycle Week Campaign

West End Lit Green for Recycle Week Campaign

Monday 21 - Sunday 27 September 2020

'Thanking the nation: 'Together - We Recycle'

Now in its 17th year, Recycle Week is a celebration of recycling.

This year, the theme will thank the nation for continuing to recycle despite the challenges that COVID-19 has presented, under the banner 'Together - We Recycle'.

We want Recycle Week 2020 to recognise the sacrifices that key workers and citizens have made to keep recycling going and create positive change in the world around us. Our recycling and waste key workers have heroically carried on collecting while the world slowed down around them.

Find out more about the campaign here.

10:15Sunday EucharistWe will be delighted to welcome you to the Sunday morning Eucharist. It will look and feel different, but that is for good reason as we seek to protect all in the Cathedral during the present health circumstances. You can read about all the measures in place via the website link below. You can attend in person or visit our website to join lives streaming of the service. All worship will be offered in accordance with government and church health and safety guidance. If you wish to attend, please send an email to prayers@gloucestercathedral.org.uk to indicate your attendance (before or after the service) stating clearly your name/s and contact details in order to comply with the track and trace process. These records need to be kept for 21 days and will then be destroyed. Thank you.
12:00Open to VisitorsGloucester Cathedral welcomes you! Visitors will be able to access the building between 12.00pm and 5.00pm on Sundays and between 10.00am and 5.00pm, Monday to Saturday. Please click the link to see all the protective measures we have in place to ensure a safe visit to the Cathedral. The Monk's Kitchen is also open with a takeaway menu: Monday - Saturday 10.00am-3.00pm Sunday 11.00am-3.00pm Visitors may also be lucky enough to hear the organ being played occasionally.
15:00Choral Evensong

Join us for Choral Evensong today sung by the Lay Clerks. All are welcome.

We are delighted to welcome you to the Choral Evensong.

It will look and feel different, but that is for good reason as we seek to protect all in the Cathedral during the present health circumstances. You can read about all the measures in place via the website link below. 

All worship will be offered in accordance with government and church health and safety guidance. If you wish to attend, please send an email to prayers@gloucestercathedral.org.uk to indicate your attendance (before or after the service) stating clearly your name/s and contact details in order to comply with the track and trace process. These records need to be kept for 21 days and will then be destroyed. Thank you.

Read our safety measures.

Monday 28th September 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

Tuesday 29th September 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.

19:30Cathedral Congregation Zoom QuizCathedral Congregation Zoom Quiz Tuesday 29 September at 7.30pm We are looking forward to holding another Zoom Quiz Night for the cathedral congregation following the successful and entertaining evening at the end of July. The quiz will be in two parts and will be run by Susanna Morris and Jon Glass. At the interval we also encourage any items of entertainment that you might like to present – the possibilities are endless! If you’d like to take part in the quiz, or offer something for the interval, please email: richard.mitchell@gloucestercathedral.org.uk to register by 22 September.
Wednesday 30th September 2020 Exhibition: ‘Endangered and Extinct’

‘Endangered and Extinct’ by creative recycling artist Val Hunt

Saturday 26 September – Sunday 1 November
in the Cloisters

This exhibition presents a subtle message about recycling and preservation, raising awareness of why the creatures on show are endangered or extinct. Find out why species are disappearing from this planet at an alarming rate.     

Endangered and Extinct is a touring, educational exhibition by Val Hunt  

12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion

An opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.

17:30Evening Prayer

A quiet and reflective way to end the day. All are welcome.