Over past months our city and society have faced unprecedented challenges as we have lived through the Coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic. At the present time some restrictions are easing. However, social distancing, hygiene and other restrictions will continue to remain in place to avoid a second wave of the pandemic.
Sunday services at the Cathedral are due to resume from the first Sunday in August (2nd). During August only the Sunday morning service will be held at 11am. Services will be a different experience from before Lockdown, with social distancing of 2m between those from different households adn no congregational singing. However all will welcome the return of cathedral organ music, some choral singing from the choir, and above all the opportunity for shared prayer and worship. It is planned that Evensong will resume in September. Other opportunities to visit the cathedral on weekdays will depend on a continued easing of the Government's restrictions.However at Belfast Cathedral, both on-line and within the walls of our beautiful building we remain a place of christian faith, prayer and hope for all who are rebuilding their lives and livelihoods through the experience of Covid-19.
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Please find our "on-line services" in the News Section of this website
Following government COVID-19 guidance no services are being held at the cathedral. You can download our services from the News Section of this website and share at home with the ongoing prayers of the cathedral community.Please stay in touch through the cathedral social media platforms as we all support one another through these very challenging times.