The life of Westminster Abbey revolves around the daily pattern of worship; Morning Prayer, Evensong, and the Eucharist. These services are open to the public and our congregations include people from all over the world. Whether you are Anglican (Episcopalian), or of another Christian Church or of another faith, or seeking or doubting, you are warmly welcome to take part.
In addition to the daily round of services, the Abbey hosts a number of services throughout the year to mark anniversaries and special occasions in the life of the nation. We are also a place of pilgrimage, the site of the Shrine of St Edward the Confessor, King of England 1042–66.
Today's Daily services
Thursday 5 March
The Dean's WelcomeWelcome to Westminster Abbey! I hope to be able to welcome you to Westminster Abbey and pray your experience here will be a blessing to you and encourage you in the pilgrimage of life.
Dean and ChapterThe Dean and Chapter is responsible for worship at the Abbey, for the care of the building and for running a world famous visitor attraction.
First World War Vigil LiturgyDownload resources for 4 August vigils marking the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.
EdwardtideEach October, the Abbey holds a week of festivities, praise, and prayer to honour St Edward the Confessor’s feast-day, including a National Pilgrimage.
Christmas at the Abbey
Attending a service at Westminster Abbey is a memorable way to celebrate Christmas.
Find out more on our Christmas at the Abbey page