Every day, 365 days a year

At Gloucester Cathedral, Christian worship takes place every day of the week. Read on to find out more about our weekly pattern of services, which all are welcome to attend.


The Eucharist, 10.15am in the Nave

This is our main Sunday morning service and is a celebration of The Eucharist, often called Holy Communion, instituted by Jesus at the Last Supper. It takes place in the Nave of the Cathedral every week. In this service we hear and respond to readings from the Bible and then take, bless and share bread and wine, following Jesus’ command to do this in remembrance of Him. Click here to view the order of service for this week.

Evensong, 3pm in the Quire

On Sundays, Evensong takes place in the Quire at 3pm. This service is focused on the singing of texts taken directly from the Bible, in addition to hearing the Bible read and prayers. The service is usually sung by one of the Cathedral Choirs. You can read more about our choirs here.

On certain Sundays, Evening Prayer will take place instead but please check exact details on the calendar.

Join the Sunday Eucharist online

Live-streamed at 10.15am every week

Monday to Saturday

Morning Prayer, 8.30am, in the Thomas Chapel

Morning Prayer takes place daily between Monday and Saturday, and is a short service to begin each day. All are warmly welcome to attend.

Holy Communion, 12.30pm in the Lady Chapel

From Monday to Saturday, Holy Communion takes place at 12.30pm in the beautiful Lady Chapel of Gloucester Cathedral. This is a short service (under 30 minutes) where members of the congregation are invited to come together to pray and share in the Eucharist.

Evensong, 5.30pm in the Quire on Monday-Friday and 4.30pm in the Quire on Saturday

Choral Evensong takes place at 5.30pm on Monday to Friday and then at 4.30pm on Saturday, and it will usually be sung by one of our Cathedral Choirs. The service lasts about 45 minutes.

As above, on some days Evening Prayer will take place instead but please check exact details on the calendar.

Join Choral Evensong online

We occasionally live-stream Choral Evensong. Click here to join us online.

Services by Zoom

Sunday: 8.30am, Morning Prayer (Common Worship)

Tuesday: 8.30am, Compline

If you would like to join these digital Zoom services, please email

Prayers for Peace and Justice

First Tuesday of the month, 12noon on Zoom

On the first Tuesday of the month, we come together to reflect and pray for the safety of all and for peace across the world. The prayer intentions focus on social responsibility issues, drawing on the Cathedral’s four priorities in this area:

-        Homeless and vulnerable young people

-        Mental health and wellbeing

-        Young people

-        Environmental sustainability

If you would like to attend, please email for the Zoom link to join us.

Special Services

We hold special services throughout the year. Click on the button below to find out more.