About Us

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.


Regular Services

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)