Cathedral Congregation

The Cathedral Congregation is home for regular worshippers from more than 25 nations. The information here is for our regular congregants.

Worship at home
Use our ‘Worship at Home’ resource page for prayers and intercessions for personal or group use, special prayers for use if it isn’t possible to meet in church, and a simple form of prayer for the morning and evening, which can be downloaded, printed, and shared with those remaining at home or who are unable to access the Internet.

Donations & Supporting our Ministry

The Cathedral relies entirely on the financial support of our congregation and visitors. You can support our ministry by donate online here: We thank you for your generosity.

Supporting Others  

During these times of uncertainty, it is more important than ever to support our neighbours. There are a number of organisations working throughout Melbourne and beyond providing essential support to those in need that you can support: Anglicare, Brotherhood of St Lawrence, Anglican Overseas Aid, Anglican Board of Mission.

Congregational Ministries & Gatherings Online

Members of our regular Cathedral Congregation are able to join gatherings via Zoom. Please contact for access details.

  • Weekly Bible Study Group
  • Cathedral Seniors Group

Click here for assistance using Zoom for Cathedral study groups and online social events

We will keep you updated as additional online offerings become available. You can also refer to the Weekly E-Newsletter for an updated list of online offerings.

Pastoral Care

Providing support to one another, especially in times of crisis, illness, or grief, is at the heart of our lives together as a Cathedral congregation. If you or a loved one is facing illness, death, or any other pastoral matter, you may reach our Clergy team via the Cathedral office 9653 4305. Prayer requests can be made to our Clergy by emailing Confidentiality is respected when requested.


The Cathedral takes issues of safeguarding very seriously. All Cathedral employees and volunteers present current Working with Children Checks and Police certificates. In addition, the Cathedral has policies and codes of conduct in place that seek to promote safe working and worshipping environments. More information about this can be found here.

Staying in touch

Sign up to our mailing list to receive regular information, updates and prayer points. If you would like to become part of the Cathedral Congregation, please contact our one of our clergy on 9653 4220 or email