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From Monday 19th April, Wells Cathedral will be offering the following regular pattern of public worship in the Cathedral:
All are welcome to attend these services:
We are delighted to welcome you to a regular schedule of three Sunday services:
Holy Communion will take place in the Nave at 11.30am on Thursdays.
Choral Evensong will be sung by the Cathedral Choir at 5.15pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
Evening Prayer will be said at 5.15pm on Wednesday and Friday
The Dean of Wells, The Very Revd Dr John Davies, said:
“The Cathedral has been arranged with a concern for your safety. Now, safely, public worship can resume, and all who wish to come are invited in”.
Wellsprings, the Cathedral’s worship for children, is meeting online at this time. Wellsprings is friendly and relaxed, suiting children between the ages of 0 and 11. If you are interested in joining us this Sunday, please send an email to email@example.com.
For full information about the measures we have put in place to make visitors feel safe, visit Wells Cathedral: Helping you to feel safe.
In terms of the service-specific safety measures:
For full information about the re-opening of Wells Cathedral, including information for visitors, visit the Well Cathedral re-opens page.
To see how we are complying with government guidance on managing the risk of Covid-19, please click here