Worship

Attending Bradford Cathedral for worship

Worship is the heartbeat of Cathedral life and is offered daily through online Morning and Evening Prayer and the seven services each week.

Anyone is welcome to participate in any service; no previous experience is necessary. For each service there is a booklet which guides you through the service which includes readings from the Bible, Prayers, the sharing of Communion and, at some services, singing and musical contributions from the choir and organist.

The main weekly service is on Sunday at 10:30 am which is also live-streamed. You can download an Order of service in advance or use the Proclaim app instead of an Order of Service. There are large print versions of the Order of Service available and a hearing enhancement loop.

Upcoming services

Please click a service in the box below to find out more, including how to stream the service (where available). You can also find copies of the service booklet (where available, and usually added on the Friday before for the Sunday 10:30am Eucharist)

This week’s service: Trinity 9

Find out more details about this Sunday’s 10:30am service.

Last week’s service: Trinity 8

Find out more details about this Sunday’s 10:30am service.

Previous service: Trinity 7

Watch back and view the service booklet.

For more videos please visit our YouTube page

Service Times & Guides

Find out more about the regular services we hold.

Evensong Services

Sundays

3:30pm – Choral Evensong (Term-Time Only)
A prayerful service of Bible readings and canticles led by the cathedral choir. The service includes a short sermon and traditional hymns. This service is also streamed live.

Mondays

5:30pm – Choral Evensong (Term-Time Only)
A short and reflective service of Bible readings and canticles led by the cathedral choir.

Tuesdays

5:30pm – Choral Evensong (Term-Time Only)
A short and reflective service of Bible readings and canticles led by the cathedral choir.

Communion Services

Sundays

8am – Holy Communion
A quiet service using the traditional shape and texts of the Church of England Book of Common Prayer. There is a short address and no music. We share bread and wine to remember the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

10:30am – Choral Eucharist
A traditional service with high quality choral music and a biblical sermon. We share bread and wine to remember the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. There is provision for children, and refreshments are served afterwards. This service is also streamed live.

Wednesdays

8:15am – Holy Communion
A quiet service of Holy Communion. There is also an optional breakfast at a nearby cafe following this service.

10:15am – Holy Communion
A quiet service of Holy Communion. Refreshments are served after the service.

“Attended a Choral Evensong. Fantastic musical experience. The Cathedral is so atmospheric and peaceful.”

Visitor review

How to Watch

On your computer, laptop or smartphone

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

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 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.

FAQs
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 a link on our Twitter pages.

How do I see the text of a service using the Proclaim app?

You can download the Order of Service from the Cathedral website OR you can use a free downloadable app, Proclaim Remote. Once you’ve downloaded the app and registered with your name and email, every Sunday, when in the Cathedral, you select the current service to follow and the words appear on the screen as needed. If you would like any further support, please speak to a member of the team.

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 on most services, with comments, prayers or similar.

Sermons

Trinity 8- 7th August 2022: Faith for a future that God delights in…

Sermon preached by the Very Revd Andy Bowerman, Dean of Bradford at the Trinity 8 Eucharist on the 7th August 2022.

Trinity 7 – 31st July 2022  (Luke 12.13 – 21)

Sermon for Trinity 7 2022, preached by the Revd Canon Paul Maybury.

Service Booklets

Trinity 8 2022

Trinity 8 2022Download

Trinity 7 2022

The service booklet for Trinity 7 2022. Click the button below to view or download it

Trinity 6 2022 Service Booklet

The service booklet for Trinity 6 2022. Click the button below to view or download it

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.

Flower Arrangement Dedications

If you would like one of our flower displays dedicated to someone please contact our flowers team on flowers@bradfordcathedral.org.

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