Live-streamed services

Live-streamed services


Streamed Services from Wells Cathedral

Please Note: As a consequence of the national lockdown needed to control the spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19), all public worship, tours, concerts, and other events are suspended in Wells Cathedral from Thursday 5th November 2020 until Wednesday 2nd December 2020 inclusive. During this time the Café and Shop will be closed but the Cathedral remains open for individual prayer, lighting of candles and quiet reflection. All are welcome.

Over the past months, we have been live-streaming the Eucharist at Sundays via our Facebook and YouTube pages. These videos can be watched again below. We are also releasing a number of newly-recorded video reflections by Cathedral Clergy which can be viewed via the Reflections and Sermons page.

Now more than ever, support is needed to sustain the Cathedral and all that it does. If you’re able to support please visit the Bounce Back Appeal: Wells Cathedral Just Giving page.

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The Eucharist for the First Sunday of Advent

The Streamed Eucharist for the First Sunday of Advent, led by the Reverend Canon Dr Rob James, Chancellor. First streamed at 10.00am on Sunday 29th November 2020.

 

The Eucharist for the Feast of Christ the King

Pre-recorded for streaming at 10am on Sunday 22 November 2020, led by the Reverend Canon Nicholas Jepson-Biddle, Precentor.

 

‘From Lamentation to Hope’: A service for those bereaved during the coronavirus pandemic

Wednesday 30th September 2020, 7:00pm

With the Diocese of Bath and Wells, the Cathedral hosts an online service of thanksgiving – with  prayers, music and reflection – in remembrance of those who lost their lives during the coronavirus pandemic, and for those who continue to grieve.

 

Listen to our Music

As a consequence of the national lockdown all public worship, tours, concerts, and other events are suspended in Wells Cathedral until Wednesday 2nd December 2020 inclusive. The Café and Shop are closed, but the Cathedral remains open for individual prayer, lighting of candles and quiet reflection. All are welcome.