As Dean of Belfast let me welcome you to the Belfast Cathedral website. We hope that as you discover here the many aspects of daily life in this special place, you will also decide to come and visit our beautiful Cathedral. Pass through our doors to worship with us or to visit as a tourist; to meet others at a special service of celebration or commemoration; or to step inside to find peace or join in prayer as a pilgrim, a friend, or a neighbour. Dean Stephen Forde
We invite you to 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.
For admission tickets click the button below. You can also purchase online tickets for concerts and other events hosted by the cathedral.
Events for March 11, 2018
We invite you to join us for something special for your mother or grandmother this Mothering Sunday. Our usual Sunday Services will have mothers everywhere in mind, and in addition to the services we will be holding a free organ recital by Assistant Organist Dr Ed Jones, featuring music for mums! The Eucharist will be […]Find out more »
In a change to the published schedule, this organ recital will be by St Anne’s assistant organist Dr Ed Jones. Ed will play music specially selected for Mothering Sunday. The recital gets underway at 3pm. Admission is free and all are welcome to stay to enjoy Evensong which follows at 3:30pm.Find out more »
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 […]Find out more »
St Anne’s Cathedral invites visitors to Belfast to join the Cathedral community for any of the special services marking this year’s Holy Week and Easter.
From worship to concerts, conferences and dining, Belfast Cathedral will demonstrate its versatility as a venue again this Saturday, March 24, when it hosts a headline event of the BelFeast Festival.
Doesn’t our Cathedral look fantastic! St Anne’s provided a stunning backdrop for the BBC’s St Patrick’s Concert which was broadcast on St Patrick’s Night.