Founded in 943 and hallowed in 1927, the Cathedral Church of All Saints, Derby, is a city-centre place of worship committed to opening the doors of opportunity, advancement and progress to all.
Derby Cathedral provides a space for sanctuary and a comprehensive education programme which reaches over 3,000 school pupils a year.
It hosts activities aimed at promoting the common good in city and county, from nightshelters for the homeless to inter-faith dialogue groups, with the help of a team of almost 260 volunteers.
The Cathedral is a small treasure trove of art, especially sculpture, and houses a collection of fifteenth century silver on public display. It is open at least ten hours a day, 365 days a year.
With an active and diverse congregation, over 1,000 services a year and a vibrant events programme, Derby Cathedral is at the heart of city life.
For day by day variations and special services please check the Cathedral website and notice boards.
8.30am: Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)
10.45am: Cathedral Eucharist: Uplifting music, a stimulating address and coffee to follow.
5.15pm: Choral Evensong: Music, stillness, mindfulness and space, with choral accompaniment by the Cathedral Choir.
Monday to Friday
8.30am: Morning Prayer
5.15pm: Evensong on Monday and Tuesday during term time; Evening Prayer on Wednesday and out of term time.
6.30pm: Evensong on Thursdays during term time; otherwise Evening Prayer takes place at 5.15pm out of term time
1.00pm Holy Communion
8.30am Morning Prayer (Bridge Chapel)
9.00am Said Holy Communion (Bridge Chapel)