This is a quiet, reflective service which uses the language of the Book of Common Prayer. This service embraces the silence, beauty and mystery of this stream of the Anglican tradition. People attending this service are often searching for a short, contemplative start to their Sunday. (45 minutes)
The Cathedral’s Choral Eucharist, using the Book of Alternative Services, is festive and intergenerational. This is a service filled with music, anchored by the Cathedral Choir, and a variety of musical guests or guest preachers. This congregation varies from the very young to those in their 90s, with everyone in between. (75 minutes)
Using the Anglican Book of Alternative Services, this service is festive and intergenerational. It is a service filled with music, anchored by the Cathedral Choir, and a variety of musical guests or guest preachers. This congregation varies from the very young to those in their 90s, with everyone in between. (75 minutes)
Once a month the Cathedral offers family focused in-person worship at the 1.00pm service. These are special services designed with a bit more wiggle room. Music, prayers, the Eucharist, and a children's talk are all included.
St. Brigid’s is a vibrant, growing eucharistic community where questions are honoured, faith is nurtured, and discipleship pursued. The service is a dressed-down, contemplative, contemporary liturgy, with activities intentionally set out for children. St. Brigid’s is the Cathedral’s newest congregation, having been planted in May 2014. People who attend are often new to the Anglican tradition but have found a home here. (75 minutes)
A timeless, contemplative, centring service featuring Gregorian Chant that seamlessly blends music, scripture, and prayer. This service is a reminder of God’s nearness in the darkness, as well as, in the light. The Women’s and Men’s Scholae alternately sing the office of Compline. People who attend are searching for a spiritual experience, through beauty, mystery, song, and silence. (60 minutes)