Dean and Chapter and the whole Cathedral community offer our prayers for Her Majesty the Queen and
The Royal Family on the death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh
May he Rest in Peace and Rise in Glory

 

In line with Welsh Government regulations

ST DAVIDS CATHEDRAL IS CURRENTLY ONLY OPEN FOR PRAYER, SERVICES AND PRIVATE REFLECTION
EVENING PRAYER OR CHORAL EVENSONG IS NOW DAILY AT 6PM
SUNDAY EUCHARIST AT 11:15AM

We are open 10am-5:30pm Mon-Sat for prayer and reflection. See our Services page for live-streaming information.

Everyone entering the Cathedral must wear face-masks, unless exempt

Join Us For Lent and Easter

Many of our Lent and Easter 2021 services are being live-streamed via Facebook. See our programme of services below for more information.

A selection of our live-streamed services will also appear on our YouTube channel for viewing after the service.

Please note: the Easter Day Eucharist at 11:15am, is a ticketed service and is now fully booked.

 

EASTER DAY CHORAL EUCHARIST SERVICE AT 11:15AM

St Davids Easter Service

To view the Order of Service for the Easter Day Choral Eucharist  at 11:15am

 

CHRISM MASS

Chrism Mass

Click here to view the Order of Service for the Chrism Mass on March 30th Chrism Mass 2021

 

Holy Week and Easter 2021

Palm Sunday
11.15am Choral Eucharist
Nave (live streamed)
Monday
9.00am Morning Prayer
Quire
12 noon Holy Communion
High Altar (live streamed)
3.00pm Evening Prayer
Quire
7.00pm A Holy Week Organ Meditation
Simon Pearce (online only)
Tuesday
9.00am Morning Prayer
Quire
10.00am Diocesan Chrism Mass
Nave (live streamed)
12 noon Holy Communion
High Altar (live streamed)
3.00pm Evening Prayer
Quire
Wednesday
9.00am Morning Prayer
St. Thomas
10.00am Holy Communion
High Altar (live streamed)
3.00pm Evening Prayer
Quire
Maundy Thursday
9.00am Morning Prayer
Quire
7.00pm Choral Eucharist
Nave (live streamed)
8.00pm The Watch
Holy Trinity Chapel
Good Friday
9.00am Morning Prayer
Lady Chapel
10.00am Family Service
Nave
12 noon Ante-Communion
High Altar (live streamed)
7.00pm Choral Evensong
Nave (live streamed)
Holy Saturday
9.00am Morning Prayer
St. Thomas
12 noon Thought for the Day
High Altar (live streamed)
7.00pm Easter Vigil & lighting of the Paschal candle
Nave
Easter Day
11.15am Choral Eucharist with the Bishop of St. Davids
Nave (live streamed)
This service is fully booked. It will also be live streamed.

 


Monday March 29th at 7:30pm
Organ Meditations and Readings performed by Simon Pearce,
Assistant Director of Music

Please click on the YouTube or Facebook to view

 


‘St Davids Lenten Pilgrimage in a time of Covid-19:
Gorffwys, Myfyrio, Derbyn – Rest, Reflect, Receive’

As Dean Sarah explains, this online pilgrimage draws together Lenten themes that prepare us afresh to experience the fulness of Good Friday and Easter Sunday – being drawn into all that Jesus Christ has won for us in his crucifixion and gift of resurrection life beyond – with the particularly challenging circumstances of the past year, and our need to prepare for Christ to lead us beyond this pandemic.

Woven through both are insights from medieval pilgrims, who paused just before reaching St Davids, taking time to rest from their arduous travelling, reflect on what they had learnt from both outer and inner journey, and prepare for the day they’d walk into the Close and Cathedral, so that as they stood on holy ground, they would feel ready to receive all that God might have for them, before they returned to their ‘new normal’, shaped by their experiences, and by meeting God in them all.

Our Lenten journey begins with our Ash Wednesday 6pm service, and then continues on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays at noon, and through our 11.15am Sunday services.