Watch live-streamed services on Facebook
Services of worship are broadcast live from the cathedral on Durham Cathedral’s Facebook page.
We usually live-stream morning and evening services on weekdays and the Eucharist on Sundays. Check the calendar page for details of which services are being broadcast online this week.
Like our Facebook page and turn on notifications to receive updates when live-streamed services are starting. Adjust your notification settings using these instructions.
Download an order of service
Service leaflets are available for Sunday services and special services, and contain the words and music of a service to help the congregation follow along. Download them from the calendar page.
More information about upcoming services
To find out where services are taking place, who is preaching and what music will be performed, download the upcoming service schedule from our service information page.
Take part in an online Quiet Day and join the Community of Prayer
Every two months we hold an Online Quiet Day, to encourage us to take space to nurture our faith. Quiet day activities take place on Durham Cathedral's Facebook page. They include services and prayers throughout the day and short talks on the theme of each Quiet Day. Catch up on our most recent Quiet Day and browse our archive of resources from previous events from the Community of Prayer page.
Deepen your faith with Durham Cathedral’s welcoming online Community of Prayer, which is always open to new members. This worldwide online community helps people along on the journey of faith, guided by Canon Charlie Allen from Durham Cathedral. Membership is for you if you would like to join like-minded Christians in deepening your connection to God. The Community of Prayer’s regular online activities include regular Zoom gatherings, a private Facebook group, email updates and reflective Online Quiet Days.