The voice of Bath Abbey
From morning prayer to Evensong, Christmas carols to wedding bells, Bath Abbey rings out with the sound of worship. It can be a softly spoken prayer or the rich notes of our choirs, an inspiring passage in a sermon or bible stories brought to life for children. This is a place to listen and sing, hear and be heard.
Learn more about our services, and when our world-class choir will be filling the Abbey with music – or, if you can’t join us this week, listen to inspiring sermons at home. Discover groups and get-togethers for parents, children and young people, and meet the clergy and musicians who make it all happen. Spoken word and singing voices – it’s all here.
If you're new to the Abbey and would like to become more involved in Abbey life, we'd love to hear from you. Please contact us by email: email@example.com or by calling 01225 422462 and a member of clergy will be in touch with you.
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This beautiful service of Holy Communion, using the 1662 Book of Common Prayer, begins at 8.00am every Sunday. This service includes a sermon, but no hymns, and lasts for approximately 45 minutes. You are also warmly invited to join us for Holy Communion on Wednesdays at 12 noon and Saturdays at 8.30am.
TO MARK ANTI-SLAVERY DAY 18TH OCTOBER 2021 At today's special Unseen ‘Freedom’ service, we will be holding before God the estimated 40 million people trapped in slavery worldwide, and the tens of thousands who are victims in the UK – women, men and children. Modern slavery can be found across all our communities in Britain. In this special service we will be raising awareness of the issue, and reflecting on how we can transform lives and bring freedom to the…
A service to celebrate the Abbey nearing completion of its Footprint project, with Abbey’s supporters, congregation, staff and volunteers, followed by a Thanksgiving reception and a tour. The Footprint Celebration Service will include music from the Abbey choirs, interviews with some of the people involved in the Footprint Project and a sermon from the guest preacher, the Dean of Westminster Abbey, The Very Reverend Dr David Hoyle. Tickets are required for this service and are available to book through Eventbrite.