Services at Gloucester Cathedral

Pattern of Services


We warmly welcome everyone to the 10.15am Eucharist on Sunday morning each week.

Evensong will be sung on Sunday afternoon at 3.00pm and again all are welcome to attend.

Sung services on Sundays will be live streamed and available on the website.


On weekdays there will be the regular Holy Communion in the Lady Chapel at 12.30pm.

Evensong will be sung at 5.30pm daily Monday to Friday, and 4.30pm on Saturdays.

From 19 July 2021:

  • We welcome the return of congregational singing of the hymns and Eucharistic responses.
  • Communion will be continue to be administered in one kind (the bread) until we have further guidelines on the chalice from church authorities.
  • Face-coverings are now optional in this large building. We ask you to be courteous to others in distancing and wearing a face covering if asked to do so by someone else.
  • We continue to encourage you to use hand sanitisers in the building.
  • The chairs will continue to be placed in the separated arrangement through July and August in order to allow for care of one another.
  • You no longer need to register attendance at cathedral services via email, unless you think it would be helpful for you to do so.

All worship is offered in accordance with government and Church health and safety guidance.

Live-Streamed Services

10.15am  Sunday Eucharist
3.00pm  Sunday Evensong

There may be some Sundays where Evensong will not be live-streamed, please keep a check on the website calendar page for details.

Click here to go to our live-streamed services.

Services by Zoom

Sunday      8.30am Morning Prayer (Common Worship)
Tuesday     8.30pm Compline
Thursday   5.30pm Evening Prayer (Book of Common Prayer) 

If you would like to be invited to the digital Zoom services, please email Canon Richard:

Prayers for Peace and Justice

First Tuesday in the month
Online via Zoom: 12noon – 12.20pm
All are welcome to join our monthly Prayers for Peace and Justice on the first Tuesday of each month.  We use this time to come together to reflect and pray for the safety of all and 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 people; mental health and wellbeing; young people; and environmental sustainability.

Please email for the zoom link to join us.

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