We are delighted to welcome you back into this special place of worship, prayer, and spiritual nurture. A place that is loved and cherished by so many as a symbol of homecoming, sanctuary, and peace.

We are open to the public seven days a week:

Monday to Saturday – 10am – 4pm

Sunday – 11am to 3.30pm

Good to Go

Lincoln Cathedral has been awarded the “Good to Go” mark by Visit Britain. The award signals to anyone wishing to visit that they can be confident that every opportunity possible is taken to ensure their wellbeing. The UK-wide industry standard and consumer mark demonstrates that the Cathedral is following government and public health guidance in relation to COVID-19.

 

Daily Pattern of Worship

Monday
8am – Morning Prayer – St Hugh’s Shrine. Please enter via the Judgement Door
10am – 3pm – Open for private prayer and reflection
5.30pm – Evening Prayer – St Hugh’s Shrine. Please enter via the Judgement Door or follow the one-way system from the North West Door.

Tuesday
8am – Morning Prayer – St Hugh’s Shrine. Please enter via the Judgement Door
8.30am – Holy Communion. Please enter via the Judgement Door
10am – 3pm – Open for private prayer and reflection
5.30pm – Evening Prayer – St Hugh’s Shrine. Please enter via the Judgement Door or follow the one-way system from the North West Door.

Wednesday
8am – Morning Prayer – St Hugh’s Shrine. Please enter via the Judgement Door
10am – 3pm – Open for private prayer and reflection
5.30pm – Evening Prayer – St Hugh’s Shrine. Please enter via the Judgement Door or follow the one-way system from the North West Door.

Thursday
8am – Morning Prayer – St Hugh’s Shrine. Please enter via the Judgement Door
8.30am – Holy Communion. Please enter via the Judgement Door
10am – 3pm – Open for private prayer and reflection
5.30pm – Evening Prayer – St Hugh’s Shrine. Please enter via the Judgement Door or follow the one-way system from the North West Door.

Friday
8am – Morning Prayer – St Hugh’s Shrine. Please enter via the Judgement Door
10am – 3pm – Open for private prayer and reflection
5.30pm – Evening Prayer – St Hugh’s Shrine. Please enter via the Judgement Door or follow the one-way system from the North West Door.

Saturday
8am – Morning Prayer – St Hugh’s Shrine. Please enter via the Judgement Door
10am – 3pm – Open for private prayer and reflection
5.30pm – Evening Prayer – St Hugh’s Shrine. Please enter via the Judgement Door or follow the one-way system from the North West Door.

Sunday
7.45am – Litany – St Hugh’s Shrine. Please enter via the Judgement Door
8am – Holy communion (BCP) – St Hugh’s Shrine. Please enter via the Judgement Door
9.30am – Holy Communion – Nave. Please enter via the North West Door
3.45pm – Evening Prayer – St Hugh’s Shrine. Please enter via the Judgement Door or follow the one-way system from the North West Door.

Queuing

To help people maintain their distance from others, there will be a limit on the number of people allowed into the Cathedral at any one time. If this number is reached, you may be asked to wait until others have left the building. We thank you for your patience and understanding if this happens.

Protecting yourself and others

Please help us to keep Lincoln Cathedral a place that everyone can enjoy in comfort and safety.

  • If you have any COVID-19 symptoms please do not visit the Cathedral
  • Please follow the one-way system as you make your way around the building
  • Remember to keep your distance from others. Give them space to enjoy the Cathedral in comfort
  • Hand sanitiser stations can be found around the building. Please use them to keep your hands clean
  • Cover your mouth with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when you cough or sneeze
  • Please put used tissues and any other rubbish straight into the bins provided
  • Try to avoid touching any surfaces. If you do, please clean your hands straight away
  • If you can, please use our contactless payment points for your donation rather than cash
Duty Chaplains

Duty Chaplains are available to respond to your pastoral needs, whether you seek specific counsel or find your visit prompts questions that surface unexpectedly. They are also happy to pray with anyone who asks for this.