There is plenty of room at our services but if you are unable or it is unwise that you attend, we will be live-streaming our Sunday services through our Facebook page.
8am Holy Communion
10am Holy Communion
5:30pm Evening Prayer
The texts for this week’s services are here:
The Hobart Orpheus Choir and Orchestra presents a Sunday afternoon concert of St John Passion by J.S. Bach at the glorious St David’s Cathedral. Sung in English.
Conductor – Susan Reppion-Brooke
Soprano – Joanna Brooke
Alto – Jenny Duck-Chong
Evangelist – Richard Humphrey, Dean of Hobart
Continuo – Ivan James & Elizabeth Rockliff
On Sunday 28 March 2021 at 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Join us to explore life and the Christian faith in a friendly, informal environment. Our new Alpha course begins on Wednesday 24th February 2021.
To find out more or to register, please contact Clif McDonnell – email@example.com
- Who is Jesus?
- Is there more to life than this?
- Is there hope for the future?
Our monthly service of Choral Evensong returns to the Cathedral this coming Sunday 28th February at 5:30pm.
This service of Evensong will be led by the Dean of Hobart, the Very Rev’d Richard Humphrey.
The Choir of St David’s is conducted by Thomas Rimes.
- Introit: Farrant, Lord, for thy tender mercies’ sake
- Canticles: Stanford in B flat
- Anthem: Purcell, Remember, not Lord, our offences
All are welcome to attend and there is no need to book in advance. If you would like to know more about joining the choir or supporting the ongoing music ministry of the Cathedral, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (03) 6234 4900.
The day before St. David’s Day a Hymnfest of Welsh proportions.
March 1st is St David’s Day, the Welsh National Day. We, in conjunction with the Welsh Society, are marking the day, carrying on the tradition from last year of holding a hymnfest using as many great Welsh hymns as we can manage.
Light refreshments to follow.
All welcome to join us for our Ash Wednesday service of imposition of Ashes and Choral Eucharist as we start Lent.
Remember you are dust,
and to dust you shall return.
Turn away from sin,
and be faithful to Christ.
Please join us for our 53rd annual Blooming Church community floral festival over the Regatta Day long weekend. There’ll be floral displays, a botanical art exhibition called Plants of the Bible, musical performances, second-hand book sales, tours of the Cathedral, and art demonstrations. New this year is an interactive children’s garden with a discovery challenge and prizes.
All are welcome to attend and admission to the festival is free.
Friday 5th February
- 6pm Opening Festival Evensong followed by drinks and light refreshments
Saturday 6th February
- 9am-4:30pm Festival open to the public
- 9:30am-3:30pm Tea rooms open (last orders 3pm)
Sunday 7th February
- 8am Holy Communion
- 10am Choral Eucharist sung by the Choir of St David’s
- 11:30am-1:30pm Festival open to the public
- 11:30am-3:30pm Tea rooms open (last orders 3pm)
- 2pm-3pm Festival concert, tickets $15
- 3:30pm-5:30pm Festival open to the pubic
- 5:30pm Evening Prayer
Monday 8th February
- 8:30am Morning Prayer
- 9am-3pm Festival open to the public
- 9:30am-2:30pm Tea rooms open (last orders 2pm)
- 1pm Organ recital by Peter Warren
The annual floral festival is organised by the Friends of St David’s to raise funds in support of the mission and ministry of the Cathedral.
On Regatta Day Monday 8th February 2021 the Hobart Organ Society is pleased to present Peter Warren in recital at the organ of St David’s Cathedral.
The recital begins at 1pm and is being presented alongside the annual floral festival Blooming Church which you are encouraged to visit before or after the recital.
The recital is free to attend. Donations encouraged.
As part of our Blooming Church festival we are pleased to present “Meditations in Music” on Sunday 7th February 2021 at 2pm led by the Cathedral’s Director of Music, Thomas Rimes.
Members of the Cathedral Choir will be joined by several guest musicians, including Andrew Short and Alexandra Bekes, to create a unique program which combines traditions of Gregorian chant, choral music and spoken word with the sounds of prayer bells and percussion.
Tickets are $15. Please click here to book online via TryBooking. Door sales will be available (subject to availability).
Funds raised from this concert go directly to support the ongoing Music Ministry of St David’s Cathedral.
The Hobart Organ Society is proud to present…
The Romantic Organ: including the music of music of Mendelssohn, Rheinberger, Stanford, Brahms and Widor.
Played by Rod Thomson at St David’s Cathedral, Tuesday 26th January 2021.
Doors open at 4:30 for 5 pm performance. Please arrive early to facilitate covid-safe sign-in protocols. Admission is free, donations welcome.
Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847) – Organ Sonata IV
- Allegro con brio
- Andante religioso
- Allegro maestoso e vivace
Josef Rheinberger (1839-1901) – Intermezzo from Organ Sonata VIII
C. V. Stanford (1852-1924) – Fantasia & Toccata in D minor
Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) – Two Choral-Preludes
- There is a rose unfolden
- O sacred head, once wounded
C. M. Widor (1844-1937) – Organ Symphony no. 5
- Allegro Vivace