United Dioceses of Dublin & Glendalough

General

14.03.2020

Live Streaming of Services from Christ Church and St Patrick’s Cathedrals for Sunday March 15

Live Streaming of Services from Christ Church and St Patrick’s Cathedrals for Sunday March 15
Christ Church Cathedral with seating arranged for social distancing.
Tomorrow morning, Sunday March 15, Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, will be holding the Sunday morning Eucharist at the normal time of 11 am. Please note that they will be abiding by guidance to limit the size of indoor gatherings, and thus the size of the congregation will be limited to 70 persons. Doors will open from 10:30 am.
The service may also be viewed on their live web cam:

https://christchurchcathedral.ie/worship/video-stream-1/


Hand sanitizer gel will be available and seating will be spaced to abide by recommendations for social distancing.

Though the cathedral is closed to regular operations, Morning Prayer (at 10 am) and Evening Prayer (at 5 pm) will be said each day, Monday–Friday (with the exception of the St Patrick’s Day bank holiday), and may be viewed on the cathedral webcam.

St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, is remaining open for services, and will be following, strictly, the recommendations on capacities within building, and social distancing. They intend to continue to live stream their evening and Sunday services as normal with Matins at 11.15am and Evensong at 3.15. If you cannot attend service in person you can join them in worship online at https://www.stpatrickscathedral.ie/worship/video-stream/

The Revd Ken Rue has prepared resources for Sunday March 15 with commentaries on the readings and links to hymns and they are available on our website here.