Dundee, St Paul’s Cathedral
St Paul’s Cathedral, in the heart of the city, is situated on the rock that was the site of Dundee’s medieval castle. It is an impressive lofty building designed by the well-known Victorian architect, Gilbert Scott.
Like most city centre churches, the Cathedral is a gathered congregation and incredibly diverse. Made up of all ages, it is truly international due to its proximity to the city’s two universities. There is a small but active Young Church which meets during the main Sunday Eucharist and an active adult congregation involved in many aspects of the life of the city as well as a project in Swaziland.
The Cathedral is known for its liberal and inclusive ethos reflected in its congregation and also in its liturgy and music. Concern for peace and justice, care for the environment and for the marginalised of society are at the heart of the Cathedral community.
The Cathedral’s liturgy and music continue to draw people to St Paul’s. The standard of music is excellent and most visitors to the Cathedral comment on the warmth of the welcome they receive. The Cathedral provides a place of tranquillity in the midst of a busy city and many casual visitors and ‘regulars’ feel a sense of peace after spending time here. The Cathedral also has a very strong sense of community and the sense of pastoral care among the congregation is very strong.
10.30am Sung Eucharist
A lively sung communion service with the Cathedral choir. Young Church activities and refreshments afterwards.
6.15pm Evening Service
1st Sunday of month
Service of Evening Prayer with prayers for healing, anointing and laying on of hands.
2nd Sunday of month
Choral Evensong with the Cathedral Choir followed by wine and nibbles
3rd - 5th Sunday of month
Sung or said Evening Prayer - quiet and reflective
Weekdays at 1.10pm
Mid-day Prayer (Lady Chapel)
Wednesday and Thursday
Mid-day Prayer and Eucharist (Lady Chapel)
Special service times
- Very Rev Jeremy Auld | Provost | 01382 224486 | email@example.com
- Rev Canon Hugh Magee | Honorary Chaplain
Primary contact details
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