Daily and Weekly Worship Online

UPDATE TO ABBEY OPENING TIMES: We are now open for visitors and public worship. See our Visiting page for opening times. As we recognise not everyone will be able to join us in person, we will continue to share worship, prayer resources and music online so please continue to visit this page.

We realise that this remains a difficult and anxious time for many. Please see our Community Resources page that provides details of support available pastorally and for home worship. Our Abbey clergy are also available to talk to - please email [email protected] or call 01225 422462 (Mon-Fri 10am-1pm). If there isn't anyone available, please leave a message, and someone will call you back.

Thought for the Day

Throughout this month, we will only be offering Thought for the Day videos on this webpage on Saturdays only. If you've missed or would like to re-watch any of our online worship, all our Thought for the Day and Worship for the Week videos can be found on our Bath Abbey YouTube channel.

Accessing worship on Facebook Live

On Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, you are invited to join us for Morning Prayer at 8.30am either in the Abbey or live on our Facebook page.

Please see this video for a short tutorial on how to access the Abbey's Facebook page (please note: you don't need a Facebook account to watch the service).

Weekly Worship: Week of 29 November

Our pre-recorded 10.15am Sunday service  is available to watch at 10.15am on Church Online.

If you are unable to join us at this time, the video is available to view here after the service.

Advent Carols and Readings

Sunday 29 November, 7pm

Join us from Bath Abbey to mark the start of Advent, with the Abbey Choirs of Boys, Girls and Lay-clerks, in an atmospheric service of hymns, music and readings led by Revd Evelyn Lee-Barber.

The service was filmed at short notice, shortly before the second national lock-down in November. It features people from across the Abbey community, who have shared the lighting of candles, from wherever they are spending the lock-down. You might want to have your own candle to light, and join the community.

Please note: the service will not be available to view until 7pm and the screen will appear blank until that time.