Welcome To Newport Cathedral

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Welcome To Newport Cathedral

Join Our Community

Welcome To Newport Cathedral

Join Our Community

Welcome To Newport Cathedral

Join Our Community

Welcome To Newport Cathedral

Join Our Community

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105 Stow Hill, Newport, NP20 4ED


Welcome to Newport Cathedral – the seat of the Bishop of Monmouth and the mother church of her Diocese.

The Cathedral has deep spiritual roots and has been a sacred site for over fifteen hundred years. Here St Woolos (Gwynllyw) founded a place of prayer in the fifth century, following a vision and calling by God.

Here Christ has been present and proclaimed in word, sacrament and loving service, shining a beacon of hope for all. Here sanctuary has been found from the struggles and pains of life, that Christ may bid ‘all come to him who are weary and carrying heavy burdens’ (Mathew 11:28), to lay them before his throne of grace. Here key moments of life have been celebrated, rejoicing in the Lord with joy and gladness.

Today Newport Cathedral is a vibrant house of prayer and worship, offering an open and inclusive welcome to all, and reaching out in faithful and loving service. The arts have a central place in our life and we host many concerts, exhibitions and events. Music is at the core of our worship.

The smallest of the Welsh Cathedrals, it offers intimacy and versatility. We look forward to welcoming you in-person whenever you are able to come through our doors.

Ian Black
Dean of Newport


Purpose of the Church in Wales
The Church in Wales is part of the world-wide Anglican Communion. “Its calling is to nurture men and women in the faith of Jesus Christ and to aid them to grow in the fellowship of the Holy Spirit, so that the good news of God’s grace may be clearly proclaimed in the world and that God’s Kingdom may be honoured and advanced”

From the Constitution of the Church in Wales

We take the care of everyone seriously in the Cathedral.  We follow the Safeguarding Policies for the Church in Wales and everyone who works in the Cathedral, both lay and ordained and whether volunteers or paid, is required to abide by them.

The Church in Wales has a dedicated page for Safeguarding, which can be viewed here: https://www.churchinwales.org.uk/en/safeguarding/.


Upcoming Events in the Cathedral


Saturday November 13th  –  Midday Recital
Fumi Otsuki (violin)
Saturday November 20th 7.30pm  –  Concert
Saturday November 27th 7.00pm  –  Concert
St Woolos Sinfonia
Saturday December 11th
  –  Midday Recital
Emily Harris (harp)
Saturday December 18th 7.30pm  –  Concert
The Newport Symphony Orchestra

For further details see the Cathedral News section below

    Please note that the Cathedral Daily Prayer will be taking a break during half term from Tuesday 26th to Friday 29th October inclusive. The Eucharist on Thursday 28th October will be as usual at 10.30am. Daily Prayer will resume on Monday 1st November.

     Sung Eucharist for All Souls Day
     Tuesday November 2nd at 7.30pm

     Memorial Service
   for Archdeacon Sue Pinnington
  Sunday November 7th at 4pm

     Friends of Newport Cathedral
AGM and Annual Lecture
Saturday November 20th at 11am
Click here for more details

     Advent Carol Service
     Sunday November 28th at 5.00pm

For details of all services this week,
as well as Notices, Service Booklet and streaming links
Click here

St WOOLOS QUARTERLY Newsletter  –  now out
Autumn 2021    Click here

Cathedral News


New To The Cathedral


If you are planning your first visit to Newport Cathedral then we’d like to offer you a warm welcome.  Wherever your interests may lie, you can find out more on our visitor’s page

I'm New

We are always pleased to open our doors to new members of our Cathedral community. Find out more and we may be able to answer your questions on our new member’s page.

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