St Anne’s Cathedral, also known as Belfast Cathedral, is a cathedral of the Church of Ireland in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is unusual in serving two separate dioceses Connor and Down and Dromore, and is the focal point of the Cathedral Quarter in Northern Ireland’s capital city.
We do hope that you will come and visit the Cathedral in person. It is undoubtedly one of Belfast’s greatest and most magnificent buildings in terms of size, architecture, mosaics, stone carving, textiles and history.
It is a “must see” for every visitor to the city.
Events for March 25, 2017
A celebration of music from Melisma, The Priory Singers and Belfast Cathedral Choir in aid of the Intensive Care Unit at the Royal Victoria Hospital Brian Hunter MBE, is a well known musician throughout NI, past chorister of the Cathedral and was Director of Music there in 2002. He was awarded an MBE for hisFind out more »
A candle is burning in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit and a special prayer has been written for those who died or were injured or bereaved in the terrorist attack in London on March 22. Please join us to pray or to light a candle.
Visit Belfast member organisations and front-of-house staff from tourist facilities across the City were given a tour of St Anne’s on March 21. The group was guided around the Cathedral by steward Tony Kelly. This was the eighth ‘Pop In and See’ event organised by...
Welcome to Belfast Cathedral’s new look website. We hope you will find this website colourful, easy to navigate and above all informative. Its pages contain information about services at St Anne’s, music, special events taking place in this magnificent building and...