Services Sunday 30 May
You are welcome to join us in person at Belfast Cathedral or online at 11.00am on Sunday 30th May 2021, which is Trinity Sunday. The service will be a Service of the Word.
The service is led by Gillian McGaughey, Diocesan Reader, and Canon Mark Niblock, Dean's Vicar. The preacher is Dean Stephen Forde.
Music will be provided by soloist Ali Darragh and organist Matthew Owens.
The Anthem is "Holy, holy, holy" by Franz Schubert.
IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT CAR PARKING: Due to the car parks being filled to capacity we advise all those wishing to attend the service to drive to the large double gates on Talbot Street, nearest the St Anne's Centre and opposite the Established coffee shop. There they will be advised by Security where to park. On street parking is also available on Sunday mornings. Please allow extra time for parking in order to arrive in time. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Those attending are reminded to wear face coverings and to follow Covid guidance requirements during and after the service, and to refrain from congregational singing at this time. Please note that entrance to the cathedral this week continues to be through the Cathedral Office Door and Parish Hall. Seating will be in the Quire area, as indicated by the accompanying photograph.
For those unable to attend in person the service will be livestreamed:
Orders of Service for both Morning Prayer and a Service of Evening Prayer for use at home can be downloaded below.