Please see the home page for details of our current service pattern
This page shows our pre-Covid pattern of services.
The Abbey is a place where people have worshipped God for many centuries. At least three services take place every day, often in our many side-chapels.

Our range of services reflects the variety of people who worship in Tewkesbury Abbey. Many of Tewkesbury’s civic services during the year take place in The Abbey, for example the annual Remembrance Sunday Parade.

Sunday Services

This is the regular pattern for Sunday services but please check the calendar on the homepage to confirm the services for a particular Sunday

Morning Prayer at 9:00am

A said service of Morning Prayer in the Chapel of St John & St Catherine

Sung Eucharist at 10.30am

This service will be live-streamed every week. The link is available on the home page of the website and is available on YouTube, search for Tewkesbury Abbey.

The service alternates each week between traditional and contemporary language. The choir of men, women, girls and boys sing at these services.

Choral Evensong at 5pm

The singing of our choir of women and men enhances the beauty of the language of the Prayer Book which is used at this service.
An induction loop for those with hearing aids is available at the main services.

Weekday Services

9.00am Morning Prayer
5.30pm Choral Evensong *

9.00am Morning Prayer
5.30pm Choral Evensong *                         

9.00am Morning Prayer
12.30pm Holy Communion
5.30pm Evening Prayer

9.00am Morning Prayer
11.00am Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)
5.30pm Choral Evensong *

9.00am Morning Prayer
5.30 pm Choral Evensong *

9.00am Morning Prayer
4.00 pm Evening Prayer

* Choral Evensong sung by Schola Cantorum during term time only, otherwise Evening Prayer is said at 4.00pm.


For more details of our services please see the notice in the North Porch

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During School holidays an Abbey Assistant Chaplain is on duty in the Abbey.
St Margaret’s Chapel is set aside for private prayer and meditation at all times.
An induction loop for those with hearing aids is available at the main services.

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