Celebrate Christmas with St Paul’s Cathedral

Christmas will be different for everyone this year, and while the ongoing pandemic means that less people will be able to join us at St Paul’s Cathedral for our festive services, the Cathedral team is working hard to ensure that as many of our traditional Christmas services as possible will be available for people to watch online or on Channel 31 Community Television.

Safety remains the number one priority and social distancing measures unfortunately mean numbers are very limited for our in-person services.

Seats are still available to attend our 8am and 10am Christmas Day Eucharists (10pm Christmas Eve is now fully booked) in the Cathedral. Bookings (free tickets) can be obtained via Trybooking here: https://www.trybooking.com/BMYTA

The Cathedral will also be open for private prayer from 10am – 3pm from Monday 21 December to Thursday 24 December.

Celebrate Christmas Online or on Channel 31 Community Television

Join St Paul’s Anglican Cathedral for services over Christmas, broadcast online and on Channel 31 Community Television (Melbourne & Geelong) as well as in-person at the Cathedral.

Christmas Eve • Thursday 24th December

3.00pm Children’s Christmas Service
Click here to watch online

6.00pm Christmas Carols Service
Click here to watch online
Or watch on Channel 31 (Digital 44) Community Television in Melbourne & Geelong.

8.00pm Mandarin Carols Service
Click here to watch online
Or watch on Channel 31 (Digital 44) Community Television in Melbourne & Geelong.

10.00pm The First Eucharist of Christmas
Click here to watch online (this service is now fully booked, but please join online!)

Christmas Day • Friday 25th December

8.00am BCP Holy Communion and Carols
Click here to watch online or Click here to book to attend

10.00am Christmas Choral Eucharist
Click here to watch online or Click here to book to attend
Or watch on Channel 31 (Digital 44) Community Television in Melbourne & Geelong.

ⓘ In line with current lockdown in Victoria, the Cathedral is closed. Worship continues online. Read More
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