Welcome to the St Anne’s website – I hope it encourages you to come and visit our beautiful Cathedral, to worship with us or to visit as a tourist, to meet others at a special service of celebration or commemoration, or just to step in as a pilgrim, a friend, or a neighbour.

Dean John Mann

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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.

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Events for July 16, 2017

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3:30 pm

Choral Evensong

July 16 @ 3:30 pm - 4:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 3:30pm on Sunday, repeating until March 3, 2018

St Anne’s Cathedral, Donegall St
Belfast, BT12 2HB United Kingdom

Office hymn: Responses: Psalm: Canticles: Anthem: There is a choral service, sung by the cathedral choir, at the end of every week-day during term time.  The Evensong service dates back to the 1662 Book of Common Prayer, when the evening services of Vespers and Compline were combined.  At Choral Evensong, the choir sings repertoire selected

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