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Welcome to Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork (Diocese of Cork, Cloyne and Ross), Cork's Anglican cathedral situated in the centre of Cork City, Ireland.  Designed by William Burges and consecrated in 1870, the Cathedral lies on a site where Christian worship has been offered since the seventh century right up until today.

This website is designed to share with you the beauty and historic significance of the Cathedral’s architecture alongside its current life and witness of worship and service in the name of Jesus Christ.


If you are planning a visit to Cork as pilgrim or tourist we invite you to visit us either to immerse yourself in the rich architectural experience of this holy and historic place or to join us for worship any day of the week all year round.



Sunday Services

There are currently two Sunday services in the Cathedral:

11.15am - Choral Eucharist

3.30pm   - Choral Evensong


Weekday Services (Monday-Saturday, except bank holidays)

Monday-Saturday:  12 noon - The Eucharist (said, in the Deans' Chapel)  

Friday:                     6.15pm  - Choral Evensong (also live-streamed on player below)*

                             * Except in July & August and during choir half term breaks



Sunday 16th June 2024

The Third Sunday after Trinity

11.15am   Choral Eucharist

                   Celebrant:   Rev. Martin Steele (Dean's Vicar)

                   Preacher:    Very Rev. Nigel Dunne (Dean of Cork)

                   Order of service is available here


3.30pm     Choral Evensong with the Installation of Honorary Canons

                and the Licensing of a Reader

                   Order of service is available here

For live-streamed services see player below.


A recording of the 11.15am and 3.30pm Sunday services and additional special occasions can also be viewed after livestream on the 'Recordings' or 'Featured Videos' tab below.



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