The Cathedral doors are open to all and there are services every day of the week. The main Cathedral service is at 09h30 on Sundays.
07h15 Monday to Friday
08h00 Morning Prayer Tuesday to Thursday
13h15 Monday to Friday
16h00 Evening Prayer Tuesday to Thursday
10h00 Every Wednesday
08h00 Saturdays and Public Holidays
07h00 Said Eucharist
08h00 Said Eucharist
09h30 Cathedral Eucharist
View Worship Leaflet here
Lent, Holy Week, and Easter.
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Known as 'the people's Cathedral' for its role in the resistance against apartheid, St. George's Cathedral is the oldest cathedral in Southern Africa and the mother church of the Anglican Diocese of Cape Town. We invite you to visit our historical and beautiful building and to be part of an active and dedicated congregation, contributing to the life of the Cathedral and the broader Cape Town community.
Victim: no resurrection?
A series of post-apartheid re-imaginings led by St Georges Cathedral, in partnership with the Michaelis School of Fine Art, UCT and the District Six Museum.
This collaborative project is taking place over the period of Lent (5 March - 19 April 2014). It brings together a series of conversations and creative events in an endeavor to think about key questions in the 20th year of South Africa’s democracy.
Pivoting around a particular piece of art by British artist Terry Duffy, the programme for 'Victim, no resurrection?' brings together interfaith clergy, men, women and children from across the city and from all sectors: the faith community, artists, activists, students, scholars and academics.
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Jazz Vespers will take place at the Cathedral monthly, celebrating jazz music with evening prayer.
Good Friday 18 April
Requiems by Faure and Mozart
The St George’s Singers, St George’s Cathedral Chamber Choir, Elgar Chorale of Worcester conducted by Barry Smith
Tickets at the door: R130; Seniors: R100; Students: R50
19h30, St. George's Cathedral
'A Call to Witness' from District Six to Parliament
Meet at 10am at Keizergracht Street, District Six
19.30, Goodwood Civic Centre
Free Lunchtime Concert
Phoenix & Male Voice Choir (Harare, Zimbabwe)
12h30, St. George's Cathedral
Mass in B Minor
Stellenbosch University Unit for Early Music, Kammerchor der Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
Directed by Prof Martin Berger
Tickets: R125, R90 (Seniors & Students)
20h00, St. George's Cathedral
AGM of the Friends of St. George's Cathedral
16.00, Dean King Hall
*Every Wednesday Evening in Lent at 18h00:
Taize Vespers with Meditation
*Every Thursday Evening in Lent at 19h00:
Lectio Divina: Reflective reading of the Gospel
*Every Second Saturday at 9h00:
Cathedral HIV/AIDS Task Team Meeting
*Every Second Saturday at 14h00:
Siyahamba Labyrinth: Group Walk