Diocese of Carlisle

Carlisle Cathedral, CA3 8TZ


Church
Carlisle Cathedral, Carlisle Cathedral
Address
Abbey Street Carlisle, CA3 8TZ
Deanery
C'Dral, Unkn Or Extra-Paroch
Website
http://www.carlislecathedral.org.uk/
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Sunday


  • Morning Prayer

    Morning Prayer is the first service of the day, taking place when the Cathedral is at its most peaceful.

    Usually held in one of the Cathedral's side chapels it is a small service led by prayer and lasting about 20 minutes. Ideal for those heading to work in the city centre or those who wish to start their day in prayer.

    Worship has taken place here for almost 900 years and continues to this day. Our services are free to attend and everyone is welcome.

    Every Sunday at 7:40 a.m. for 20 minutes

    Morningworship, Cathedral

  • Holy Communion

    Holy Communion is said every Sunday morning and is led by the traditional Book of Common Prayer.

    Worship has taken place here for almost 900 years and our daily services continue to this day. Our services are free to attend and everyone is welcome.

    Every Sunday at 8 a.m. for 30 minutes

    Communion, Cathedral

  • The Cathedral Sung Eucharist

    The Eucharist is celebrated daily and is an opportunity to deepen our communion with God and with one another. It is a chance for the congregation to share in the bread and wine of Communion.

    This special Sunday Cathedral Eucharist service includes music sung by the Cathedral Choir, or by visiting guest choirs. For details of the choirs and the music being sung, please refer to the Music List available in person at the Cathedral, or online HERE.

    Worship has taken place on this site for almost 900 years and daily services continue to this day. Our services are free to attend and everyone is welcome.

    The Cathedral is open for visitors during this service.

    Every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. for 60 minutes

    Communion, Singingevent, Musicevent, Hymnsevent, Choirevent, Cathedral

Monday


  • Celtic Eucharist

    On Mondays the Eucharist lasts roughly 30 minutes and includes material from the Celtic tradition. Held at lunchtime, the service is popular with those who work in the city centre, or those in town for shopping and leisure.

    The Eucharist is celebrated daily and is an opportunity to deepen our communion with God and with one another; it is a chance for the congregation to share in the bread and wine of Communion.

    Worship has taken place on this site for almost 900 years and daily services continue to this day. Our services are free to attend and everyone is welcome.

    The Cathedral is open for visitors during this service.

    Every Monday at 12:30 p.m. for 45 minutes

    Communion, Cathedral

Tuesday


  • Morning Prayer and Eucharist

    Morning Prayer is the first service of the day, taking place when the Cathedral is at its most peaceful. On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays our first service of the day also includes the Eucharist.

    Ideal for those heading to work in the city centre or those who wish to start their day in prayer.

    Worship has taken place here for almost 900 years and continues to this day. Our services are free to attend and everyone is welcome.

    The Eucharist is celebrated daily and is an opportunity to deepen our communion with God and with one another.

    A spoken service, the Morning Eucharist lasts roughly 20 minutes and is popular with those heading to work or study in the city centre. It is a chance for the congregation to share in the bread and wine of Communion.

    Every Tuesday , Thursday and Saturday at 8:20 a.m. for 20 minutes

    Common prayer, Communion, Morningworship, Cathedral

  • Poetry Group

    Now in its seventh year, the Cathedral Poetry Group meet up each month to share new discoveries and old favourites. The group often take a theme, such as exile, or look at poems exploring a liturgical season. Occasionally members bring along their own poetry for consideration, or choose existing works to share and discuss.

    New members are always welcome. There is no joining process, just turn up!

    Every 2nd Tuesday at 7 p.m. for 120 minutes

Wednesday


  • Peace & Justice Eucharist

    On Wednesdays the Eucharist lasts roughly 30 minutes and includes material from the Iona Community. Held at lunchtime, the service is popular with those who work in the city centre, or those in town for shopping and leisure.

    The Eucharist is celebrated daily and is an opportunity to deepen our communion with God and with one another; it is a chance for the congregation to share in the bread and wine of Communion.

    Worship has taken place on this site for almost 900 years and daily services continue to this day. Our services are free to attend and everyone is welcome.

    The Cathedral is open for visitors during this service.

    Every Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. for 30 minutes

    Communion, Cathedral

Thursday


  • Morning Prayer and Eucharist

    Morning Prayer is the first service of the day, taking place when the Cathedral is at its most peaceful. On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays our first service of the day also includes the Eucharist.

    Ideal for those heading to work in the city centre or those who wish to start their day in prayer.

    Worship has taken place here for almost 900 years and continues to this day. Our services are free to attend and everyone is welcome.

    The Eucharist is celebrated daily and is an opportunity to deepen our communion with God and with one another.

    A spoken service, the Morning Eucharist lasts roughly 20 minutes and is popular with those heading to work or study in the city centre. It is a chance for the congregation to share in the bread and wine of Communion.

    Every Tuesday , Thursday and Saturday at 8:20 a.m. for 20 minutes

    Common prayer, Communion, Morningworship, Cathedral

  • Silent Prayer and the Offering of Incense

    Join us every Thursday for 20 minutes of stillness, followed by guided prayer and a short service with the Offering of Incense. This service is inspired by St Augustine, the founder of the way of life of the first canons in Carlisle over 900 years ago.

    Find space and quietness to let your prayers rise to God.

    Every Thursday at 12:30 p.m. for 20 minutes

    Incense, Prayers, Cathedral

Friday


  • Eucharist Service

    Worship has taken place on this site for almost 900 years and daily services continue to this day. Our services are free to attend and everyone is welcome.

    The Eucharist is celebrated daily and is an opportunity to deepen our communion with God and with one another.

    A spoken service the Eucharist lasts roughly 30 minutes and is popular with those who work in the city centre, or those in town for shopping and leisure. It is a chance for the congregation to share in the bread and wine of Communion. All those who usually receive Communion in their own church can do so here.

    The Cathedral is open for visitors during this service.

    Every Friday at 12:30 p.m. for 45 minutes

    Communion, Cathedral

Saturday


  • Morning Prayer and Eucharist

    Morning Prayer is the first service of the day, taking place when the Cathedral is at its most peaceful. On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays our first service of the day also includes the Eucharist.

    Ideal for those heading to work in the city centre or those who wish to start their day in prayer.

    Worship has taken place here for almost 900 years and continues to this day. Our services are free to attend and everyone is welcome.

    The Eucharist is celebrated daily and is an opportunity to deepen our communion with God and with one another.

    A spoken service, the Morning Eucharist lasts roughly 20 minutes and is popular with those heading to work or study in the city centre. It is a chance for the congregation to share in the bread and wine of Communion.

    Every Tuesday , Thursday and Saturday at 8:20 a.m. for 20 minutes

    Common prayer, Communion, Morningworship, Cathedral

Full name
Carlisle Cathedral
Deanery
C'Dral, Unkn Or Extra-Paroch
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