Due to high level electrical and lighting installation work being carried out as part of the project to relight the interior, we regret that the Cathedral is now closed each weekday until November.  We apologise for the inconvenience caused to those who wish to visit the Cathedral during this period.  Sunday worship will continue as normal although parts of the building will inevitably be cordoned off during this period.  Weekday services will take place in the chapel at Castlehill House next door to the Cathedral.  Please go to the gate beside the Admiral Duncan statue and press the buzzer for access.  We look forward to welcoming visitors back into our newly lit building in November.  The lighting scheme has been designed by Anders Blair of AB Lighting in Edinburgh and the installation is being carried out by Indy Services.  The project is being sponsored by the Climate Challenge Fund with a grant of £150,000.  See the below for further details. 


SUNDAY 16th September – St Ninian
10.30am  Sung Eucharist in Trinity Hall (Preacher: The Provost)
6.15pm   Evening Prayer in Castlehill Chapel

TUESDAY 18th September – 
1.10pm    Office of Midday Prayer

WEDNESDAY 19th September –  
12 noon   Soup ‘n’ Soul (in Castlehill House)
1.10pm    Midday Prayer and Eucharist (in Castlehill Chapel)

THURSDAY 20th September –
1.10pm   Midday Prayer & Eucharist (in Castlehill Chapel)

FRIDAY 21st September – Matthew, Apostle
1.10pm   Eucharist (in Castlehill Chapel)

SATURDAY 22nd September –
10.00am   Prayer Group (in Castlehill House)
1.00pm     LUNCHTIME CONCERT – Daniel Silcock: piano

SUNDAY 23rd – 18th Sunday after Pentecost
10.30am  Sung Eucharist
6.15pm   Celtic Eucharist in Castlehill Chapel


Here are a few pictures of the Consecration service of Bishop Andrew in the Cathedral on 25th August:


Welcome to St Paul’s Cathedral, Dundee!  Here, you will find a living and lively faith community right in the heart of Dundee’s vibrant city centre.  We are a diverse group of people ranging from those who have been born and bred in Dundee to people from all over the world who come to Dundee for work or study.

Designed by the famous Victorian architect, Sir George Gilbert Scott, our beautiful building with its soaring spire can be seen all over the city and dominates the skyline. As Cathedral, St Paul’s is the mother church of the Diocese of Brechin in the Scottish Episcopal Church, the Scottish province of the world-wide Anglican Communion and is the seat of the Bishop of Brechin, but primarily it is the spiritual home to the rich variety of different people that make up the Cathedral congregation.

We extend a warm welcome to all, whether you are looking for a spiritual home in Dundee or just passing through.  People of all faiths and none are very welcome to visit the Cathedral at any time: to join us for a service, to light a candle, or simply enjoy the building and its atmosphere.

We work hard at being welcoming and inclusive of all, and constantly look for ways to creatively show the love of God in our city and beyond. Do come and join in one of our services or other activities if you are living or visiting our city – we would love to meet you – wherever you are on your own faith journey.

The Cathedral is currently CLOSED to visitors until November 2018

EQUAL ACCESS arrangements
The Cathedral sits upon the Castle Rock of Dundee and therefore all entrances are reached via flights of steps.  We are currently working towards access for wheelchair users and anyone with mobility challenges via a series of lifts and ramps.  In the meantime, we have a mechanical stair climber with trained operators who will be delighted to assist your access to the Cathedral.  If possible, let us know in advance by ringing the Cathedral office (01382) 224486 so that we can have the stairclimber ready at the foot of the steps.  Otherwise, simply notify someone on arrival that you would like to use the stair climber.



St Paul’s Cathedral is being supported by Climate Challenge Fund through its project to help cut local carbon emissions.

We are absolutely delighted that our carbon reduction project has secured a £150,000 share of the £15.3 million made available through the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund (CCF).  The CCF is a Scottish Government grant programme, managed and administered by Keep Scotland Beautiful. The CCF provides funding and support for community groups to help tackle climate change by running projects that reduce local carbon emissions.  Our project at St Paul’s is aimed at educating the congregation and wider community about how we can all help to reduce carbon emissions.  Part of the project will also include the installation of an energy efficient lighting system in the Cathedral itself reducing carbon emissions through lighting by over 72%.  The CCF has awarded 1,097 grants totalling £101 million to 658 communities since its introduction in 2008, for projects involving energy efficiency, sustainable travel, local food and resource efficiency.  Further information at www.keepscotlandbeautiful.org/ccf