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The Abbey remains open for worship and you are welcome to join us at our daily Eucharist service if you are able to travel here safely within current government guidelines.
However, for the time being we are unable to open the Abbey and St Margaret’s Church for general visiting.
The Abbey remains open for worship and you are welcome to join us at our daily service. However, for the time being we are unable to open the Abbey and St Margaret's Church for general visiting.
We are holding a daily Eucharist service for those wishing to have access to the sacrament at this difficult time. Due to social distancing measures, we may not be able to accommodate everyone who wishes to attend. Please arrive early to avoid disappointment.
Please only travel to the Abbey if you are able to do so safely within government guidelines, and we strongly discourage the use of public transport to come to the Abbey at this time of national emergency.
When you're in the Abbey, please follow the instructions of our staff and take note of the signs. For your safety, there is a one-way route through the Abbey.
We ask that you watch our video before you visit us.
At this time, we are asking our congregations to adhere to social distancing measures in the church. We are also limiting the number of people who can attend our services. To avoid disappointment, please arrive well before the advertised start time. Please note that you will need to book tickets for some of our Sunday services.Worship with us
|Friday, 22nd January 2021|
|Week of Prayer for Christian Unity|
|St Vincent of Saragossa, deacon, first martyr of Spain, 304|
EVERYONE'S WELCOME AT THESE SERVICES, FREE OF CHARGE.
We've been awarded Visit England's official kite mark to show that we're following Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines and have a process in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing.
At different times of the day, or in different seasons, the light falling in the Abbey will light up something that you have walked past a million times and never seen before.