Holy communion

Daily at 8.00am in a Side Chapel of the Cathedral

Plus Sundays at 10.30am, Tuesdays & Thursdays at 11.00am and Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 12.30pm.

The Holy Communion service is the most loved and solemn act of Christian worship. It is the Christian family meal begun by Christ himself at the Last Supper with his friends, the disciples, which he commanded His followers to do in remembrance of Him. To this day, this is the service that brings Christians closest to God and links them directly with the life and teaching of Jesus, making them aware of God’s Spirit presence in their lives.

A service of Holy Communion is celebrated twice a day at Norwich Cathedral (except for Saturdays). Whether you join us quietly at 8.00am in the morning, share in one of the mid-day services when you visit during the week or celebrate gloriously at 10.30am on a Sunday with wonderful ritual, ceremony and music; you are always warmly welcome.

It is advisable to check for any changes to the normal service schedule ahead of your visit to Norwich Cathedral. You can find out about forthcoming services on specific dates by checking our Worship, Services and Music calendar.