Last updated: 8 August 2021
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The information below reflects the position prior to March 2020.
Services at Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin
Sunday: Choral Eucharist at 11.00am & Choral Evensong at 3.30pm
Tuesdays in Term: 6.00pm Choral Compline sung by the Cathedral Consort
Wednesdays in Term: 6.00pm Choral Evensong sung by the Girls’ Choir
Thursdays in Term: 6.00pm Choral Evensong sung by the Cathedral Choir
Saturdays in Term: 5.00pm Choral Compline sung by the Cathedral Consort
Sung services times may vary, especially out of cathedral choir terms. Please check the website and music list for current details.
10.00am (Mon-Fri) Morning Prayer
5.00pm (Monday) Evening Prayer
12 noon (Mon-Fri) Peace Prayers
12.45pm (Mon-Fri) Eucharist in the Chapel of Our Lady
5.00pm (Friday) Evening Prayer
The Eucharist at 12.45pm on Thursdays is also a Healing Service, with the opportunity for individual prayer.
The cathedral has an ongoing programme of music and liturgy of interest to church musicians.
For more information, consult the cathedral website: www.christchurchcathedral.ie
Sunday Masses at St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral
6.00pm: (Saturday) Vigil Mass. St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral Girls’ Choir, except in July and August
9.30am: Said Mass
11.00am: Sung Latin Mass (Novus Ordo) – with the Palestrina Choir, except in July and August
6.30pm: The singing is led by the Pro Nuova Music Group
Further information on www.procathedral.ie
Services at St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin
Monday to Friday
9.00am: Sung Matins (during school term)
11.05am: The Holy Eucharist (said in St Stephen’s Chapel, on Wed, Thurs, Saints’ Days and other festivals)
5.30pm: Choral Evensong
11.05 am: The Holy Eucharist
9.15am: The Holy Eucharist
11.15am: Sung Eucharist or Choral Matins
12.15pm: Eucharist said in the Lady Chapel on 2nd & 4th Sunday
3.15pm: Choral Evensong
4.30pm Úrnaí na Nóna (said in the Lady Chapel on 2nd Sunday)
The times of services are also on: www.stpatrickscathedral.ie/
All Saints’ Church, Phibsborough Road, D07 XN20
(nearest Luas Phibsborough (Green Line), then walk for under 5 minutes, away from city)
” … the first church within the Church of Ireland to participate in the Catholic Revival movement …”
11.30am every 2nd Sunday: Sung Eucharist; usually includes a Mass setting and anthem
St Bartholomew’s Church, Clyde Road, Dublin D04 PD71
“The church has always been known for its High Anglican liturgical tradition and fine music”.
9.00am: The Eucharist (said)
11.00am: Solemn Choral Eucharist (with full choir, except in July and August)
6.00pm: Choral Evensong (with full choir, except in July and August)
Full music lists on www.stbartholomews.ie
St Ann’s Church, Dawson Street, D02 YV00
“The church at the heart of the city with the city at its heart”
Sunday at 11am: Eucharist or Matins, alternately, with full choir
The Eucharist is said daily, Monday to Friday at 12.45pm.
St Teresa’s Carmelite Church, Clarendon Street, Dublin 2
Sunday at 11.00am: Sung Mass with choir and organ
Services in the chapel of Trinity College, Dublin
The times for services are listed here: www.tcd.ie/Chaplaincy/worship/church-ireland