Since the earliest times, Christian communities have gathered on Sundays, the first day of the week, for their main worship services in celebration of the day on which Jesus rose from the dead. Here at Christ Church Cathedral, we have many Sunday services, each with their own distinct character.

During COVID times, some of these are online and some in person, with reservations required. Click on each block to learn more.

The 8 o’clock service is a small, quiet service with no music and the beautiful English language of the Elizabethan era. It lasts about 50 minutes. Often, people go to a local restaurant for breakfast together after the service, and they are always pleased to welcome visitors and first-timers.

Currently online

The 9:00 service is an intimate, informal service. Like the 10:30 service, it is a contemporary service which changes during the year to reflect seasons and themes. Coffee Hour, with fair trade coffee, is served after the service in the Undercroft.

Currently online

An in-person worship service is now being held on Sunday mornings at 10 am in the Cathedral. Currently a prayer service (non-eucharistic). COVID restrictions apply. Reservations required

A weekly time for families and kids to check in, hear a story, and pray with one another.

Currently online

The 10:30 service is the largest service at the Cathedral and includes a full choir, organ music, and Children’s Church. The service is contemporary and changes during the year to reflect seasons and themes. It finishes around noon. Coffee Hour, with juice, fair trade coffee, and cookies, is served after the service.

Currently online

The 4 o’clock service is a traditional Choral Evensong in the Anglican Cathedral tradition. The choir sing motets and settings by great composers from the 15th century to the present day. This service lasts one hour and is broadcast live on Radio VM FM 91.3 and on the internet.

Currently online - service of Organ Vespers

Also in-person - COVID restrictions apply.

The 7 o’clock service, on the first and third Sundays of each month, offers contemporary music and a less formal communion setting. A time of fellowship follows the service.

Currently online, and weekly

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