Amongst the minsters treasures are a clock by the same designers as Big Ben and a spectacular 5 manual organ by the renowned German organ builder Edmund Schulze (1824-1877).

Doncaster Minster Services




Sunday 19th March 2017: The Third Sunday of Lent

Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)

• at 8:30am
A said service using the language of the Book of Common Prayer, 1662

Choral Eucharist (Common Worship)

• at 11.00am
Common Worship employs a common structure with more modern language. A sung communion service with hymns
1st Reading: Exodus 17 v1 - 7
2nd Reading: Romans 5 v1 - 11
Gospel: John 4 v5 - 42
Hymns: 362 Glorious things of thee are spoken
376 I heard the voice of Jesus say
296 Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour
414 O for a closer walk with God

Choral Evensong

- 4.30pm
A sung service with hymns using the language of the Book of Common Prayer, 1662
Psalm: 40
1st Reading: Joshua 1 v1 - 9
2nd Reading: Ephesians 6 v10 - 20
Hymns: 59 Now is the healing time decreed
64 Be thou my guardian and my guide
431 O thou who camest from above


Tuesday 21st March

Morning Prayer

- 8.00am

Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)

• at 12.30pm
A said service using the language of the Book of Common Prayer, 1662

Wednesday 22nd March

Morning Prayer

- 8.00am

Eucharist (Common Worship)

• at 12.30pm
A said Service which employs a common structure with more modern language for this communion service

Thursday 23rd March

Morning Prayer

- 8.00am

Friday 24th March

Morning Prayer

- 8.00am

Pop-Up Church in the Market

10.00am – 2.00pm
‘Your Church’ is Doncaster Minster’s new Pop-Up church. It operated out of a gazebo on Fridays in January at Clock Corner. During the four Fridays in March it will be in a new venue, in the Market Square outside the Corn Exchange. ‘Your Church’ is a place where everyone is welcome to chat, pray and be prayed for and explore matters of faith. If you are in town on a Friday during March do call and see us.

Saturday 25th March

Morning Prayer

- 8.00am

Sunday 26th March
Mothering Sunday (The Fourth Sunday of Lent)

Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)

• at 8:30am
A said service using the language of the Book of Common Prayer, 1662

Choral Eucharist

• at 11.00am
Common Worship employs a common structure with more modern language. A sung communion service with hymns

Regular Service Times

Sunday


Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer) • at 8:30am
A said service using the language of the Book of Common Prayer, 1662

Sung Eucharist (Common Worship) • at 11:00am
Common Worship employs a common structure with more modern language. A sung communion service with hymns

Choral Evensong (Book of Common Prayer) • at 4:30pm
On the 1st & 3rd Sundays in the month
A sung service with hymns using the language of the Book of Common Prayer, 1662

Tuesday


Morning Prayer • at 8:00am
Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer) • at 12:30pm
A said service using the language of the Book of Common Prayer, 1662

Wednesday


Morning Prayer • at 8:00am
Holy Communion (Common Worship) • at 12:30pm
Common Worship employs a common structure with more modern language for this communion service

Thursday


Morning Prayer • at 8:00am
Holy Communion • at 11:00am On the First Thursday of the month
A said service with hymns using the language of the Book of Common Prayer, 1662

Friday


Morning Prayer • at 8:00am

Saturday


Morning Prayer • at 8:00am

Festivals and Saints Days


See Events for details of all other services
Events

Daily prayer


The Church of England, along with other churches in England and around the world, has a pattern of daily morning, evening and night prayer. Each day, and each time of day, uses different readings from the Bible, and different prayers.
Morning Prayer
Evening Prayer
Daily Prayer provided by the official Church of England web site, © The Archbishops' Council of the Church of England, 2002-2004.


Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals


If you are interested in booking a service at the Minster why not email office@doncasterminster.org.uk
or Tel: 01302 325668 or ask one of the clergy team after you have attended a service.

Alternatively please telephone the Minster Office: Tel. 01302 323748 and leave a message with your name and contact details and the nature of your enquiry

The Church of England has created a website especially for parents considering baptism for their children called First Steps on an Amazing Journey

The Church of England has created a website especially for people wanting to know more about funerals called Funerals

The Church of England has created a new website especially for people getting married called Your Church Wedding