Join us for worship at St Paul’s Cathedral. Whether you prefer silent prayer, attending services or lighting a candle, all are welcome to worship here.
- 8.00am Holy Communion (BCP)
- 10.00am Choral Eucharist
- 4.00pm Choral Evensong
- 12.15pm Holy Communion
- No 5.10pm Evensong during School Holidays, Weekday Evensongs will return on Tuesday 2nd of October
We live-stream regular and special services online for the benefit of those unable to come to the Cathedral.
Sunday 19 November
8am Holy Communion (BCP)
10am Sung Eucharist
St Paul’s Cathedral is committed to being place of prayer and welcome for all people. We are continuing to monitor and follow government and diocesan guidelines to ensure the safety of all.
The Victorian public health settings changed from 11:59pm on Friday 22 April 2022. Proof of vaccination and QR code is no longer required for refreshments or meals in the Cathedral or Education & Ministry Centre, including before or after services, weddings and funerals, and other congregational groups.
Face masks are no longer be required indoors however, they remain highly recommended. QR code check-in is no longer required for church services, weddings, funerals or any social groups.
There is no requirement for proof of vaccination for attending the Cathedral for services or general visiting. If you are attending the Cathedral for a concert or other non-worship event (eg. a concert), proof of vaccination may still be required as a condition of entry by the Event Organist. If you’re unsure please speak directly with the event organiser.
Our weekly broadcasts on Channel 31 have now concluded.
You can continue to watch our services online via our Online Worship page and look out for special services that will be broadcast on Channel 31 from time to time.
Music plays an integral part in the worship of St Paul’s Cathedral. Since 1888, the Cathedral’s Choir of Boys and Men has been an important part of the musical life of our city. Since 2016, a new Choir of Girls, Women and Men shares in the musical leadership of our Cathedral. Three organists contribute to our rich musical tradition.
The Cathedral’s musical life is coordinated by our Director of Music. A designated Music Foundation was established in 1993 to encourage philanthropic donors to ensure that the musical life of the Cathedral is resourced.
Alongside our regular pattern of daily worship, the Cathedral is able to host a number of special services during the year. We are always happy to consider requests to use the Cathedral and to discuss your particular circumstances.
In this section, you can read a selection of sermons preached each year at St Paul’s Cathedral, or by the clergy of St Paul’s in other places. Sermons from previous years are available in our Sermon Archive.
Share your prayer requests with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Prayers submitted will be offered during our 12.15pm Lunchtime Eucharist.
This page contains 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.
Our All-Age Bible Talks, recorded by members of the Cathedral Clergy, are available to view and share. Bible Talks below are listed by various topics and series as well as important festivals in the Church’s year.