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Find resources to worship with us from home here.

Worship livestream schedule

Monday to Saturday
8.30am Morning Prayer
5.15pm Evening Prayer (Monday) or Evensong (Tuesday to Saturday)

8.30am Morning Prayer
9.30am Sung Eucharist
3.30pm Choral Evensong

Check our service schedule for details of this week's services. Find it on our regular services page.

Take part in online services

Our regular daily services are livestreamed on Durham Cathedral's facebook page. You don't need to have a facebook account to watch these services. 

If you have a facebook account, like the cathedral's page to be notified when our future livestreams begin.

Our special services are announced in advance on this page, and may be broadcast on Durham Cathedral's Youtube channel as well as our Facebook page.

More resources


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 9.30am online Eucharist or other relevant themes.

During Holy Week, make an Easter Garden. It's a great way of teaching children the story of Easter. Download the activity here.

For more activities for families and learning at home see our online learning resources page.

Sung Eucharist on Sunday 11 April (Easter II) at 9.30am

Canon Michael Everritt preaches at this service. 

Due to a decision to temporarily reduce the amount of public services at the cathedral, this service is not open to the public. You can watch the service live on Durham Cathedral's Facebook page.

Download the order of service here

Praying Together leaflet  

This resource can be used as an aid to the upcoming week’s worship and for private prayer.

Praying Together for the week commencing Sunday 4 April (Easter Sunday)

Looking for a previous edition of Praying Together? View the archive here.

Hold your own Quiet Day

We hold an Online Quiet Day every two months, to encourage us all to take space to nuture our faith. Advertised in advance, quiet day activities are centered around live-streams on Durham Cathedral's Facebook page.

These Quiet Days include the regular pattern of daily services as well as three special addresses exploring a particular theme.

If you missed the most recent Quiet Day, the reflections and the service of Compline are available from the Quiet Day page for you to hold your own quiet day.

Find the resources from the most recent Online Quiet Day here

Join Durham Cathedral's Community of Prayer

Join a welcoming online community of pilgrims on the way of faith

This new community is designed to help you along your journey of faith together with like-minded pilgrims. Membership will deepen your connection to Durham Cathedral, wherever you live, with online activities and discussion through regular quiet days, zoom gatherings and a private Facebook group. We hope it'll be a place that our thriving online congregation can call home. If you'd prefer not to commit, we still plan to continue our live-streams of daily services on Facebook as normal. Watch Canon Charlie Allen introduce the community in this video, or watch it on Youtube here.

Find out how to join Durham Cathedral's Community of Prayer 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.