When you arrive at the Cathedral use the hand sanitiser in the porch.

Wear a face covering when you enter and when you leave the building – and throughout the service.

Due to social distancing the Cathedral can accommodate only 100 persons (max).

The pews will be filled from front to back, observing social distancing (2 metres).

At the end of the service parishioners who are sitting at the back of the Cathedral will leave first.

Before you leave, please complete the details on the Track and Trace Form and leave it in the porch as you exit the Cathedral.

(A Track and Trace Form must be completed for every person – adult and child).

When you arrive and when you leave church we, respectfully, request that you do not stand and chat with the clergy, the members of the Cathedral staff, and other parishioners. We understand that all of us have been accustomed to greeting one another – especially when we are leaving the Cathedral. This is, however, not permitted.

Leave the Cathedral as quickly as possible and do not stand outside chatting to one another.

Please note that all toilet facilities will remain closed until further notice.

Until further notice congregational hymn singing is not permitted.


Thank you for your understanding and co-operation.

  • 1873-1878 James Turpin

  • 1878-1911 Daniel Jones

  • 1912-1914 Sydney Weale

  • 1914-1921 Richard Henry Coleman

  • 1921-1948 John T Frankland

  • 1948-1968 Michael H Franklin

  • 1968-1971 Neil Wade

  • 1971 Ian Barber

  • 1972-1980 Michael Hoeg

  • 1981-1982 Marc Rochester

  • 1982-1988 William West

  • 1988-1990? Alexander Best

  • 1990-1991 William West

  • 1991-2001 Timothy Allen

  • 2002-2004 Jonathan Lane

  • 2005- 2017 Ian Mills

  • 2017-Derek Collins

Sunday 9th May 2021

The Sixth Sunday of Easter – Rogation Sunday

The Service of Choral Matins (Order One)

The Book of Common Prayer (page 84-100)

A special service marking the death of His late Royal Highness


Friday 16th April 2021

Please note that during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic Dean Raymond Stewart and Canon John Merrick are not permitted to visit hospitals and nursing homes.

Please, however, inform us if you are admitted to a hospital or to a nursing home so that we can pray for you.