Worship is at the heart of what we do at Lincoln Cathedral.
The cathedral was built to be a place where prayer is made and worship offered on behalf of the Bishop of Lincoln and the communities that make up the Diocese of Lincoln. This remains central to our daily life. Our building, in all its splendour, and the community in all its dedication, were founded and sustained to achieve a single purpose: lifting every one of us, from casual visitor to devout pilgrim, and bringing us into the presence of God.
We welcome everyone and strongly encourage you, whatever your own beliefs or background, to join us by taking a few minutes out of your busy schedule to empty yourself of care and reflect on the beauty and vastness of this wonderful place. There are many opportunities to engage in our spiritual life – from lighting a candle to joining in one of our daily services. This range from the quiet of Morning Prayer and the lunchtime Eucharist to the exquisite combination of words and music that come together in the beauty of Evensong – a service that marks the end of most days at the cathedral.Click here to join services on our YouTube channel
Understand more about the beliefs at the heart of our daily worship, and what it means to be a Christian.
Download orders of service and weekly inserts for our main services in the Cathedral
Read some of the most recent sermons that have been delivered in the Cathedral.
See more details about the music and services in the Cathedral this week
Use all your senses to explore faith and experience the unique and serene atmosphere of the Cathedral as the day draws to a close
Stillpoint is a time of guided silent prayer to be still and aware of the presence of God. All are welcome to join.
Meet the people who maintain the centuries-old tradition of daily choral music in Lincoln Cathedral
Admired the world over, discover more about the Cathedral’s magnificent Father Willis Organ
The daily presence of the duty chaplains and their offering of hospitality and welcome is key to the Christian values of this place.