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Find resources to worship with us from home here.

What can you find on this page?

  • We would love to know your views of our online worship, so please consider completing this survey: Survey closes 5pm Friday 29 May.
  • Details of upcoming and past broadcasts of services at Durham Cathedral.
  • A weekly Praying Together leaflet including timely prayers, readings and updates from the cathedral's clergy.
  • Updates on new resources or special initiatives to be involved with.
  • Downloadable worship and activity resources for children.

Livestream schedule

Monday to Saturday
8.30am Morning Prayer
5.15pm Evening Prayer

10am Morning Prayer
11.15am Eucharist
3.30pm Evening Prayer

We livestream many of our services on Durham Cathedral's facebook page. You don't need to have an account to watch. If you have a facebook account, like our page to get a notification when our future livestreams begin.

Some of our special services are pre-recorded and can be watched on Durham Cathedral's youtube channel.

More resources


Choral Evensong for Pentecost: Sunday 31 May, 3.30pm

Canon Michael Everitt leads this audio service of choral evensong on Pentecost. Watch it on Youtube here. The service will also be broadcast live on Durham Cathedral's facebook page.

In this online Sunday evensong service we’ve mixed archive recordings of music with new spoken parts by Canon Charlie Allen, and freshly-recorded hymns performed by Durham Cathedral Choir. Daniel Cook, the cathedral's organist, performed the organ voluntaries. The archive recordings of our cathedral choir, and past services at Durham Cathedral are used with kind permission of Priory Records.

The order of service can be downloaded here.


Eucharist: 11.15am on Sunday 31 May - Pentecost

Join the Bishop of Jarrow live for Eucharist on our facebook page.

Download the order of service here.

Special Service: The Venerable Bede: A Celebration

Monday 25 May, 5.15pm

Join the clergy of Durham Cathedral to celebrate the Venerable Bede on his saint's day. Special thanks to Professor Simon Forrest, Principal of the College of St Hild and St Bede, Durham University, for contributing a reading for this service. The music in this service, a combination of freshly-recorded performances and archive material, was performed by Durham Cathedral Choir and Daniel Cook, Master of the Choristers and Organist at Durham Cathedral.

The service will be broadcast on Durham Cathedral's youtube channel and facebook page.

Download the order of service here.

Online worship resources for children

Discover online resources for use at home specifically for parents and carers to use with children.  Each week they will be linked to the liturgy used in the Sunday 11.15am online Eucharist or other relevant themes.

On Sunday 31 May we look at what happened at Pentecost, and make some Pentecost Flames. Click here to download.  

For more activities for families and learning at home see


Special service: Ascension Day

Thursday 21 May, 5.15pm

A joyous service of Sung Eucharist with an address by Canon Michael Hampel, Vice-Dean & Precentor, and freshly-recorded and archive music performed by Durham Cathedral Choir and Daniel Cook, Master of the Choristers and Organist.

The service will be available to watch live or afterwards on Durham Cathedral's youtube channel and facebook page.

Download the order of service here.


Prayers for Mental Health Awareness Week: 18-24 May

Lord, look upon us with the eyes of your mercy.

May your healing hand rest upon us; may your life-giving power flow into every cell of our bodies and into the depths of our souls, cleansing, purifying, restoring us to wholeness and strength for service in your Kingdom.



Lord Jesus Christ, who for love of our souls entered the deep darkness of the cross: we pray that your love may surround all who are in the darkness of great mental distress and who find it difficult to pray for themselves.

May they know that darkness and light are both alike to you and that you have promised never to fail them or forsake them.

We ask it for your name’s sake.

(Latter prayer sourced from Frank Colquhoun’s Contemporary Parish Prayers)

A service for Durham Cathedral staff and volunteers

Thursday 14 May, 12.30pm

Canon Michael Everitt will livestream a service for the staff and volunteers of Durham Cathedral on the cathedral's facebook page.

If you have a facebook account, like Durham Cathedral's page to be notified when livestreams begin. If you don't have an account, you can join the livestream once it has begun here.

Download the order of service here.

A prayer about the Coronavirus outbreak

Keep us, good Lord,
under the shadow of your mercy
in this time of uncertainty and distress.
Sustain and support the anxious and fearful,
and lift up all who are brought low;
that we may rejoice in your comfort
knowing that nothing can separate us from your love
in Christ Jesus our Lord.