Services at Gloucester Cathedral

Please note:

There will be no 12.30pm Holy Communion on Friday 18 or Saturday 19 September due to arrangements for the ordination services. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

Since Sunday 5 July, your Cathedral began regular worship again.

The Sunday Eucharist at 10.15am will be also live streamed here. If it is of help, a copy of the Order of Service can be found here.

Daily (Monday-Saturday) Holy Communion will take place in the Cathedral at 12.30pm. All are welcome.

Evening Prayer will take place daily at 4.30pm. All are welcome.

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 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.

You must wear a mask throughout your visit to the Cathedral (including at services), unless you have a health condition which prevents you from doing so. Effective from Saturday 8 August.

We 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 here.

Services by Zoom

Sunday      8.30am Morning Prayer (Common Worship)

Monday     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:

Sundays in September

Sunday 19 September

10.15am Ordination of Priests led by the Bishop of Gloucester

We will welcome ordination candidates and guests to this service.

There will be seats available for the regular Sunday morning congregation and visitors.

There will be no Evening Service on this Sunday.

Saturday 26 September

4.30pm Evensong sung by Lay Clerks followed by awards to choristers, welcomes and farewells, and launch of the new Gloucester Cathedral Choir CD featuring the Requiem by Ian Venables.

Sunday 27 September

10.15am Choral Eucharist sung by the Lay Clerks

3.00pm Evensong sung by the Lay Clerks


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