Welcome to Birmingham Cathedral

Birmingham Cathedral is the oldest building in the city centre still used for it’s original purpose. We are home to some remarkable treasures and the largest green space in central Birmingham.

We are honoured to have four beautiful stained-glass windows, designed by Pre-Raphaelite artist Edward Burne-Jones, which were fully conserved and returned to their original glory in 2023.

We promote community cohesion through partnerships with faith groups, businesses, institutions, and charities, as well as undertaking an important civic role in the city.

We are free to visit, and all are welcome to attend services, light a candle, or simply enjoy our beautiful historic building.

What’s on today

Event Series Services

Morning Prayer

The office of Morning Prayer is a said service which includes a Psalm, Bible readings, and a short period of prayer. Everyone is welcome to…

Event Series Services

Holy Communion

There is a short, said service of Holy Communion every day in the cathedral. On Sundays, this service includes a sermon. Everyone is welcome.

Event Series Services

Evening Prayer

The office of Evening Prayer is a said service which includes a psalm, Bible readings, and prayers. Everyone is welcome to attend this service as…


Installation Service for the 10th Bishop of Birmingham

Saturday 2 March

We are looking forward to the installation of the Rt. Revd Dr Michael Volland as the 10th Bishop of Birmingham.

Please join us online for the livestream of this service.

The main service is due to start at 1530.

In-person attendance for this service is by invitation only and all tickets have been allocated in advance. We’re sorry for any disappointment.

This livestream will be available to watch back via our Youtube channel until midday on Monday 4 March.


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Birmingham Cathedral, Colmore Row, Birmingham, B3 2QB

 

0121 262 1840

 

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