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Attending Bradford Cathedral for worship

For acts of worship, we continue to request advance booking which can be done through the website. We also continue to offer an online stream of our Sunday morning Eucharist and other key services.

When coming to pray during our opening hours, other activities may be taking place in the Cathedral, and certain areas may be inaccessible. You are welcome to use one of our side chapels for personal prayer.


COVID Guidance

Last updated: Monday 28th February 2022

Following the government ending all Covid related restrictions we will continue to take a balanced approach, with our guidance remaining unchanged. This means that, wherever possible, we will still allow for social distancing, and hand sanitiser and face coverings will continue to be available. There will be no changes to liturgical practices for the time being, including use of the common cup during the Eucharist. However, this will be reviewed in the near future.

For further reference you can find out more in the Church of England guidance or the Government website.



Hearing Loop

We operate a hearing loop at the Cathedral, which is available during any service or event. All you need to do is turn your hearing aid to the T position.

The hearing loop covers the nave and transepts, the West End, St. Aidan's Chapel and the Chapter House, but is unavailable in the Chancel, Sanctuary or Lady Chapel.

If you require any assistance or have any issues with the hearing loop whilst visiting Bradford Cathedral for an event or service, please speak to a member of the team.




Upcoming Services / Events

Previous services can be seen below.


Book your place in the Cathedral


Upcoming services: service booklet, streaming links and more


The Eucharist - The Sixth Sunday of Easter (Sunday 22nd May 2022, 10:30am)

Book your place in the CathedralYouTube Link | Service booklet


Choral Evensong - The Sixth Sunday of Easter (Sunday 22nd May 2022, 3:30pm)

Book your place in the CathedralYouTube Link 


Watch Back

Prof Ben Quash: Holy Week reflections - This is my Body, Given for You

On the Feet and the Knees - YouTube Link

On the Hands and the Side - YouTube Link

On the Breast and the Face - YouTube Link

You can also view all three reflections together in one video.

Professor Ben Quash is non-residentiary Canon Theologian of Bradford Cathedral, as well as Professor of Christianity and the Arts at King’s College London—a post he has occupied since 2007. 

On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of Holy Week, he presents three talks as part of 'This is my Body, Given for You'

Coming live to Bradford Cathedral via video link, Prof Quash will follow the medieval Christian tradition of reflecting on different parts of Jesus’s body in turn, as a devotional exercise that dates back to medieval times.

"It was this tradition that Buxtehude set to music in what may have been the first ever Protestant oratorio, the Membra Jesu Nostri. And it was the meditation on the last of these body parts - his face - which found its way into our Holy Week worship in the form of the hymn O Sacred Head Sore Wounded.

Our 21st-century journey with Jesus’s body will use a series of works of art by artists both ancient and modern, to aid our meditations."

You can find out more about Prof. Ben Quash on our website.




The Eucharist - The Fourth Sunday of Easter / Renewal of Giving (Available until Sunday 22nd May)

YouTube Link | Service booklet


The Eucharist - The Fifth Sunday of Easter (Available until Sunday 29th May)

YouTube Link | Service booklet


Choral Evensong - The Fifth Sunday of Easter (Available until Sunday 29th May)

Book your place in the CathedralYouTube Link 


How to Watch

There are a variety of ways you can watch our services at home.


On your computer, laptop or smartphone

All you need to do is head to our Facebook page or YouTube page and you can view the streams from there.

Alternatively, if you have the Facebook app, type 'Bradford Cathedral' in the search box to be taken to our page and scroll down to the video marked 'live'.

In the YouTube app search 'Bradford Cathedral to find our page and look out for a video marked 'live'.


On your television

You can also watch our services through your television.

If you have a smart TV head to your apps page and locate the Facebook or YouTube apps.

If you have a device such as an Amazon Fire Stick you can also download a YouTube app and view it from there.

Please search for 'Bradford Cathedral' within the app to find our channel.

For further instructions please consult your device's help page or instruction manual

 You can also view YouTube through Apple TV and some other providers.

You may also be able to 'cast' your computer laptop or smartphone to your television to watch the service on your bigger screen.


On your games console

You can also download the YouTube app on Sony Playstation 4 and Nintendo Switch as well as some older consoles.



How do I view the stream?

You should be able to start streaming the service from around 15-20 minutes before the service begins. If you can't see it please refresh the page. If it still doesn't appear please go directly to our YouTube page and look for a video marked 'Live'. We will also post links on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

I can't hear any sound!

Though the stream may be live the sound / music may not begin until a few minutes before. If you still can't hear anything please check the settings on your device. If you can't hear anything still please leave a comment on the video and we will check the stream.

Can I leave comments during the stream?

Yes, you can do this, with comments, prayers or similar.



Morning and Evening Prayer

In addition, Morning and Evening Prayer are both online and on the phone. This is not only a great way to begin and end the day in prayer but it is a supportive community experience as well. Here are the details. This arrangement is now for Monday to Saturday.

Morning Prayer at 9am
Phone             020 3957 3722 then, when prompted, key in 255851314#

Evening Prayer at 5.30pm
Phone             020 3937 2140 then, when prompted, key in 186694145#



Facebook support group

We have set up a support group on Facebook to help our community, as a place to offer support, ask for advice and to ask for prayers at Bradford Cathedral.


For further information

For the latest advice please visit the following sources: