Job Opportunity: Reducing Homelessness Worker
Doncaster Minster is offering a Job Opportunity to work as part of the Positive Pathways Programme to help people move away from homelessness. For more details and to apply go to Indeed Jobs
Doncaster Minster Remains Open
We are open daily for Monday – Saturday 11am – 1pm for personal Prayer only
and our Services are now online go to our Services and Prayers at Home page for details
but if you want to visit and explore the Minster …
If you want to visit Doncaster Minster, but live too far away, or if you want to see all the hidden corners of the Minster, the Ringing Room, the Bell Chamber, the Vestries or the Parvise or just admire the beautiful carving and stained glass you can now do so using wonderful full 360º 3D images of the Minster available for you to explore. We have provided a tour of the Minster building with 360º photos that offer the unique Matterport Dollhouse View; a view of the different levels and a full floor plan. It offers an immersive experience, that is the closest you can get to actually being here.
Start your Virtual visit here and then go to the online Minster Shop for your Guides, souvenirs and much more
Equally, if you approach the Minster on Google Maps, with Street View, you can explore the outside of the building and then enter through the main doors and wander at will within the building. Enjoy your visit!
Everyone is welcome at the Minster
The aim of the Minster is to provide a warm welcome to all, and to serve Doncaster and surrounding area, through our worship and events, using the skills and talents of people who are the Minster Community
Doncaster Minster is committed to high standards in the care of children, young people and vulnerable adults. Our Safeguarding Office is Kath Brooks and she can be contacted by email: firstname.lastname@example.org The Minster Safeguarding Policy can be read in full here: Safeguarding
The Minster Church of Saint George, Doncaster lies at the heart of the town of Doncaster where a church has stood for over 8 centuries. The present church was built to the designs of George Gilbert Scott between 1854-1858 after the medieval church was destroyed by fire in 1853.