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York Minster is open for public worship and private worship.
The pattern of daily worship from Monday – Saturday will be as follows:
7.30am Morning Prayer
7.50am Holy Communion
4.30pm Private Prayer
5.30pm Evening Prayer
We regularly livestream services and have pre-recorded services available on our YouTube channel.
Please find details below for daily resources and reflections or visit our Sunday Services page for details of our weekly live streams.
Service of Thanksgiving for HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh – Friday 14 April 5.30pm
You are welcome to join the Minster Community on Zoom to offer Morning and Evening Prayer, Monday to Friday at 8am and 5pm, and a Community Eucharist on Sunday at 10am.
These are simple, said services comprising the of scripture readings and prayers of the daily offices which are normally said in the Cathedral. We would be glad to welcome you to the community. If you would like to find out more about joining the praying community at York Minster, or find out more about the Christian faith, please email Canon Maggie McLean, firstname.lastname@example.org, who will be pleased to tell you more.
York Minster daily prayer resources
Our clergy has produced a series of prayer booklets for use during daily worship at home. Explore the resources below:
If you would like a member of York Minster’s clergy to say a prayer for someone you know or wish to be remembered, please email email@example.com. All emails will receive a response within 48 hours.
Reflections from the York Minster Clergy
Please find a selection of reflections and thoughts from York Minster’s clergy here.
Living with risk
We are all having to face up to difficult decisions about risk for ourselves and for each other. Canon Michael has written a theological reflection about risk. Read his reflection here.
Resources from the Church of England
The Church of England have a range of resources on their website to aid you in worshipping from home, including daily prayers and weekly services.
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