The Cathedral may have the answer! CLICK HERE to watch the video
Christmas Day lunch available....
Cathedral Isle of Man is delighted to be partnering with SUMT to help parents keep their children safe online
Nine Lessons and Carols, Crib and Christingle, Midnight Mass...
The Cathedral Choir is to sing at the Vladimir and Anton Concert at the Villa Marina on 21st December...
Grant obtained from War Memorials Trust
Creation Tapestry Exhibition very successful
An amazing opportunity for boys and girls.....
Tesco Bags of Help Scheme - Many thanks if you voted for us
What a fantastic day yesterday for Bishop Peter's Enthronement....
What a difference a few months make....
Introducing our new Children, Young People and Families Worker...
Although it was raining it didn't spoil the evening...
Feast of St German
The Cathedral Choir sang with Aled Jones...
Come and walk the labyrinth.....
Sculpture unveiled and 20th Century Garden opened....
Bishop elect The Venerable Peter Eagles to be at Evensong Thursday 4 May 4.30pm
Vacancy - Children, Young People and Families Worker
Dr Peter Litman has been awarded ARSCM
The Keeill is growing...
St German’s Cathedral, Peel, Isle of Man invites applications for the Organ Scholarship / Acting Assistant (AA) at the Cathedral tenable for one year from September 2017.
8.30am Eucharist10.30am Worship with Eucharist3.30pm Choral Evensong (during term time)
9.00am Morning Prayer (Monday – Saturday)5.30pm Evening Prayer (Monday – Saturday)9.30am Eucharist (Wednesday and Holy Days)
The Cathedral hosts special services to celebrate events in the community, and the seasons of the Church year. Click here for more details.
You are always welcome in the Cathedral, whether for worship or just to look around, learn more about the history, or perhaps simply to enjoy some quiet time on your own.
The Cathedral is open daily from 9am to 6pm.
We are open all year round, though opening hours may vary slightly on Bank Holidays and Holy Days.
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Come and join us on a Green Pilgrimage
Watch the recording of the Eucharist from the Cathedral marking the death of HRH Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh.
You can help us beat our record by encouraging others to re-cycle!
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