A service of Word and Sacrament, according to the 1662 Book of Common Prayer, in which the Holy Scriptures are read, prayers are offered, and bread and wine are consecrated and received as the body and blood of Jesus Christ.
Holy Communion currently takes place daily at 12:30pm, all week long.
Entry is via the Great West Door.
Tickets must be booked for our Sunday morning Holy Communion and Eucharist services, due to social distancing measures. For all other services, please note that we may not be able to accommodate everyone who wishes to attend. We suggest you arrive early to avoid disappointment.
Check our coronavirus page for more information about visiting us at this time.
Holy Communion times
|Monday, 17th May 2021|
|Tuesday, 18th May 2021|
|Letters Patent creating the Order of the Bath, 1725|
|Wednesday, 19th May 2021|
|St Dunstan, Archbishop of Canterbury, founder of Westminster Abbey, 988|
|Thursday, 20th May 2021|
|St Alcuin of York, Abbot of Tours, 804|
|Friday, 21st May 2021|
|Charter Day, 1560|
|Saturday, 22nd May 2021|
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