Welcome to Doncaster Minster

Doncaster Minster Crowd Funding Appeal

Spare a Pound to Spend a Penny

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About Us

Discover more about the Minster Church and the people that make up the Minster Community

Services and Events

Find out more about Services and Events.
This Week’s Newssheet: Newssheet 10th January 2021

Services and Prayers at Home

Download resources for prayer for use at home or view a Holy Eucharist live from the Minster.

Visit Us

Or visit our Online Shop and “Click and Collect”

History and Heritage

Find out about the history and heritage of the Minster

Minster Opening

During the current lockdown the Minster will open for Worship 

only each Sunday at 11am

Unfortunately we can no longer open for Private Prayer or Midweek Services and the Minster shop will be closed.

For details of services go to Services and Prayers at Home 

Coronavirus: The wearing of face masks in Places of Worship is mandatory – please observe the regulations. Please maintain social distancing at all times and ensure that you sanitise as you enter the Minster, before and after receiving communion and observe the instructions of stewards whilst in the Minster.

Our Services will continue to be available on the Minster Facebook page

 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: safeguarding@doncasterminster.org.uk 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.

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