The 11am Sung Eucharist is the main Cathedral service, with a sermon and choir, using the 1982 Liturgy. On the first Sunday of each month prayers for healing take place in the Lady Chapel.
Communion is celebrated at either the Nave Altar or the High Altar depending on the season. The service is led by the clergy with lay participation in reading (from the Revised Common Lectionary) and intercessions. There is always a choir during term times.
Perth Festival of the Arts 21st – 30th May 2020
Once again, the Cathedral is delighted to be involved with Perth Festival the Arts. This 10 day festival of arts and experiences caters for all ages and tastes from free concerts and young musician recitals to the best in world class performers. In addition to its usual opening hours, Two events are due to take place at St. Ninian’s.
Music from the choir and organ of Perth Cathedral, St. Ninian’s.
15:00 – Organ recital 16:30 Choral Evensong
Sunday 24th May
Perth Cathedral, St. Ninian’s
Free non ticketed. Refreshments provided
Visit Perth Cathedral, St. Ninian’s and experience an afternoon of inspirational Cathedral music. The organ recital will feature music by J.S. Bach, Howells, Karg-Elert and Parry and will be performed by the Cathedral’s Director of Music, Geoff Bolton.
This will be followed by Choral Evensong led by the Cathedral choir and is due to include:
Introit: Locus Iste (Bruckner)
Setting: Evensong Service ‘Coll Reg’ (Howells)
Anthem: Evening Hymn (Balfour Gardiner)
This is an opportunity for people of all faiths to enjoy 45 minutes of sacred music and quiet reflection.
Festival audiences are welcome to attend from 15:00 for both the organ recital and Choral Evensong (refreshments served in between) or to attend from 16:30 for Choral Evensong only.
Retiring collection for The Cathedral / Festival.
Choral Evensong – Tuesday 26th May 14:00
Choral Evensong featuring choristers from St. Ninian’s Episcopal Primary School.
Music to include:
Setting: Dyson in C minor
Anthem: The Lord Bless you and Keep You - Rutter