Manchester Cathedral

Our opening times for visits are as follows:

Monday to Friday

9.30am to 4pm 

Saturday and Sunday

12pm to 4pm

Our daily cycle of prayer continues and every service is open to the public.

Our weekly service schedule can be found here.

Services will continue to be live streamed via Facebook and they are open to all, both near and far.


Matins, followed by Holy Communion at 8.45am, Cathedral Eucharist at 10.30am and Choral Evensong at 5.30pm.

Mondays to Thursdays

Morning Prayer at 9am, Holy Communion at 1.10pm and Choral Evensong at 5.30pm.


Morning Prayer at 9am, Holy Communion at 1.10pm and Evening Prayer at 4.30pm.


Morning Prayer at 9am and Evening Prayer at 4.30pm.

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Manchester Cathedral
Victoria Street
M3 1SX

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What's on

Choral Evensong

Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday at for 45 mins
Manchester Cathedral
Manchester Cathedral, Victoria Street Manchester, M3 1SX, United Kingdom

Choral Evensong is sung by the Manchester Cathedral Choir.

Outside of term-time, Choral Evensong is replaced by Evening Prayer at 4.30pm.

Service times and type can vary on occasion, please click below for the current service schedule.

We have some special news to share - Manchester Cathedral’s Christmas Day Eucharist will be broadcast live on BBC One and iPlayer!


Manchester Cathedral works hard to safeguard children and young people, vulnerable adults and those in abusive relationships. We aim to create safe environments, where children and young people are nurtured and protected; and where all people, and especially those who may be vulnerable for any reason, are able to worship and pursue their faith journey with encouragement and in safety.

We follow the Cathedral Safeguarding Handbook for our safeguarding policy and procedures. We act promptly on any complaints made, and work in partnership with Manchester Diocese, the police and social care services where children or adults at risk have been harmed or are at risk of harm or mistreatment. We carefully select, support and train all of our workers (both paid and unpaid) in line with safer recruitment principles, including the use of criminal records disclosures and barring schemes wherever applicable. Our Disclosure and Barring service is provided by Thirtyone:eight Opens in new window (formerly The Churches’ Child Protection Advisory Service, or CCPAS).

The Diocesan and Cathedral Safeguarding Advisor is Abbey Clephane-Wilson who can be contacted at [email protected]