Welcome! ...whether you have been in Gibraltar all your life, or you are here just for a few days!
The Cathedral is the historic seat of the Church of England's Bishop of Gibraltar in Europe. It is easy to find, towards the southern end of Main Street, though the main entrance to the building is on the opposite side, facing Line Wall Road.
The Cathedral is open to visitors,
Monday to Saturday, 11am to 3pm.
We are an international community: come and join us for worship, whatever your own church background or nationality.
8am Said Eucharist
11am Sung Eucharist
10am Said Eucharist
The cathedral's eight tubular bells were presented around 1880, by a W.H. Smith (not, as far as we know, the bookseller) in memory of his wife Jane. They were originally rung by a mechanism derived from that invented by Revd Henry Ellacombe in 1821. On 26th June this year, in celebration of 200 years of 'Ellacombe Chimes', bells will be rung all around the world at noon, local time.
More information is available here
To find out more about those who preach and lead our worship, please click here.
Giving back to God
To find out more about giving back to God for the work of the cathedral, please click here.
Serving a world in need
To find out more about the history of the cathedral, please click here.
Keep in touch!
We have a cathedral email list - sign up to keep in touch here for regular news emails.
The Cathedral is committed to compliance with the Church of England's safeguarding guidelines within the context of Gibraltar's own legislation. A local safeguarding officer and a diocesan officer are available to deal with concerns.
Level access for wheelchairs and pushchairs is via the blue door on the north side of the building. We have a loop system for those hard of hearing.
For information about other churches in Gibraltar, and about our wider Anglican family, please click here.