Services & Music

Services are available to join via our Online Worship page and on our Facebook page and Youtube Channel.

8.00amHoly Communion (BCP)
10.00amChoral/Sung Eucharist
1.00pmMandarin Worship 華語崇拜
Monday2.30pm Choral Evensong
(broadcast on Channel 31 only)
Tuesday5.10pm Choral Evensong
Wednesday12.15pm Lunchtime Eucharist
Friday12.15pm Quiet Prayer & Stillness

Services Calendar

You can also find out what services are taking place today or in the future by visiting our Services Calendar here

Channel 31: Choral Evensong

Whilst the Cathedral is closed to worshippers due to COVID-19, our services are offered online only. For those without easy access to the internet and our live streamed services, we are pleased to partner with Channel 31 (Melbourne & Geelong) to broadcast Choral Evensong on Mondays at 2.30pm beginning on Monday 20th July.

For detail on how to access and tune in to Channel 31, please click here.

Upcoming service

Monday 26th October, 2.30pm


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.


In this section, you can read a selection of sermons preached this 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.

Worship and Prayer from home

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.