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Holy Communion

8:00am to 8:30am

A service of prayers and Bible readings, in which we offer bread and wine to God in thanksgiving for his goodness to us, which we receive back as the body and blood of Christ. The service lasts around 30 minutes.

Sung Eucharist

10:00am to 11:00am

President: Canon Michael Everitt
Preacher: The Reverend Kathryn Tiernan
Hymns 357, 70i, CP 598i
Mass in E flat Rheinberger
O taste and see Vaughan Williams

A service of prayers, Bible readings, hymns, and Choral music, in which we offer bread and wine to God in thanksgiving for his goodness to us, which we receive back as the body and blood of Christ. The service lasts around 1 hour.

Refreshments in the Galilee Chapel

11:00am to 11:30am

Join us for tea and coffee in the Galilee Chapel in between Sung Eucharist and Matins service.

Haliwerfolc: The Durham Cathedral Community Museum Exhibition

11:00am to 4:00pm

Discover more about the Durham Cathedral community, from the influence of St Cuthbert to the cathedral having a worldwide family, both past and present.

Matins

11:30am to 12:15pm

Hymns 333, 353
Psalm 18. 1-24
Jackson Benedicite in G
Stanford Benedictus in G
The Lord is my shepherd Berkeley
Preacher: Canon Michael Everitt

Evensong

3:30pm to 4:30pm The Nave

sung by Durham Cathedral Consort of Singers
Hymns 63, 445
Responses Lloyd (Set 2)
Psalm 11, 12
Bullock in D
War Dreams for the Day Zachary Wadsworth

Evensong is a service of bible readings, psalms and prayers. The Choir sing for us accompanied, usually, by organ music. We follow the service using the Book of Common Prayer of 1662 giving thanks for the day that has past. The service lasts around 45 minutes.

Lent Talks - Wising Up: Prayer and Study

4:30pm to 5:00pm

This talk focuses on prayer and study by Canon Professor Simon Oliver, Van Mildert Professor of Divinity.

Lent Talks: The Practice of Prayer

4:30pm to 5:00pm

This Lent, you are warmly invited to Durham Cathedral as we host a series of talks around the theme of the practice of prayer.