Sunday Services 12 September
You are welcome to join us in person or online at 11.00am on Sunday 12th September 2021, which is the Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity. The service will be Choral Eucharist, with the Dean as preacher and the Dean's Vicar as celebrant.
The musical setting for the Eucharist is the Mass for four voices by William Byrd and the anthem is Adoramus te, Christe by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina.
Those attending this service are reminded that face coverings must be worn when entering, exiting and moving around within the building. We request that they also be worn during the service itself, but certainly during the parts of the service where there is congregational singing.
Social distancing requirements should be observed during and after the service. Holy Communion will be in one kind only.
Following the summer break the service will also be livestreamed through the cathedral Facebook page:
Please also join us at 3.30pm for Choral Evensong:
Prelude: Two voluntaries Thomas Weelkes (c.1575-1623)
Preces and Responses: William Byrd (1543-1623), with Stone Lord’s Prayer
Psalm 65 (chant by Percy Buck)
Canticles: Fauxbourdon Service Thomas Morley (c. 1557-1602)
Anthem: Teach me, O Lord William Byrd (1543-1623)
Postlude: A Fancy William Byrd (1543-1623)
If you are unable to attend in person or online the spoken parts of Choral Eucharist can be accessed through the Audio Telephone Service later in the day by dialing 028 9532 0355. A copy of both orders of service can be downloaded below.
Between the services, from 12.30 – 3.00pm, the cathedral will be open for visitors as part of the European Heritage Open Days.
Two Exhibitions are on display in the Ambulatory: “Everday Objects Transformed by the Troubles” by Healing Through Remembering, and Lise McGreevey’s photographic exhibition “Abandoned – Not Forgotten”