Dundee, St Paul’s Cathedral

Castlehill, 1 High Street, Dundee, Angus, DD1 1TD


St. Paul’s is the Cathedral Church of the Diocese of Brechin. The Cathedral provides a place of tranquillity and peace in a busy city and is open for visitors throughout the week. It offers a warm welcome and is home to a lively and caring community.

The Cathedral is known for its liberal and inclusive ethos reflected in its congregation, its liturgy and its music. Concern for peace and justice, care for the environment, and for the marginalised of society are at the heart of the Cathedral community. Situated on the rock that was the site of Dundee’s medieval castle, the Cathedral is an impressive, lofty building designed by the well-known Victorian architect, Gilbert Scott.

St Paul’s is normally open on weekdays 9.00 am - 4.00 pm; on Saturdays 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm; and on Sundays for services.

Service times

10.30 am Sung Eucharist
Livestreamed at www.facebook.com/stpaulsdundee/
A lively sung communion service with the Cathedral choir.  Young Church activities and refreshments afterwards.

Last Sunday of the Month
5.00 pm Choral Evensong
A time of music, readings and reflection with the Cathedral Choir. Followed by wine and nibbles.


Monday - Thursday
8:30am Morning Prayer
Livestreamed at www.facebook.com/stpaulsdundee/


1.00 pm Eucharist

Special service times

 See Cathedral website: www.saintpaulscathedral.net


  • Very Reverend Elizabeth Thomson | Provost | 07507 708632 | provost@saintpaulscathedral.net

Primary contact details

  • Phone: 01382 224486
  • Email: admin@saintpaulscathedral.net


There is at present no step-free access. There is a stairwalker – if possible please contact the Cathedral in advance if you would like to use it. Induction loop system.


The Cathedral is a Fairtrade church and holds an Eco-congregation Bronze award.