About Us

Doncaster Minster

 

Committed to welcoming all people, expressing the love of God and maintaining a lively, sustainable and attractive Christian presence at the heart of Doncaster.

 

The Minster Church of St. George Doncaster serves the thriving Borough of Doncaster, and especially the busy commercial town centre.

The Minster is open daily and is a place of worship, prayer and reflection. It also serves to enrich the educational, cultural and historical life of the town.

We warmly welcome visitors and tourists who would like to view and experience the magnificent building, and to find out more about its history and heritage.

The Minster is normally open at the following times:

Monday to Saturday: 11.00 am – 1.00pm

Please ask about guided tours and talks on the history and heritage of the Minster and its historic site.

Email: Doncaster Minster
Our Twitter Feed: https://twitter.com/DonMinster
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2 days ago

Doncaster Minster

Please can you help? The Minster does not get any Government funding, even though it is a Grade 1 listed building. We are trying to make the wonderful 19th century building suitable for the 21st century. We will have 3 toilets,1 fully wheelchair accessible toilet and baby change facilities. Plus a refreshment servery and dedicated flexible space for wheelchairs, buggies and tables and chairs. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 days ago

Doncaster Minster

On Sunday 25th October we celebrated Harvest at Doncaster Minster. The Eucharist was led by Fr Dan Parkinson, Assistant Curate and the Sermon was given by Canon David Stevens, Vicar of Doncaster Minster. ... See MoreSee Less

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5 days ago

Doncaster Minster

Come and celebrate Harvest at Doncaster Minster on Sunday 25th October at 11am. If you are unable to come in person you can join in here on Facebook where you will be most welcome.
After the service we will hold our delayed Annual meeting to hear how we did in 2019 and elect new Churchwardens and members of the Parochial Church Council.
Don't forget to put you clocks back an hour tonight or you might miss everything!
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5 days ago

Doncaster Minster

Tomorrow at the Minster the Choristers and Layclerks lead the music at the 11am Harvest Eucharist.

Music by Grasyton Ives, Edward Elgar, Maurice Greene. And organ music by Boellmann, JS Bach and Buxtehude.
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1 week ago

Doncaster Minster

Spare a Pound to Spend a Penny

The last few years have been a very exciting time at the Minster. In addition to the many charity and community events and projects we regularly host, we have started to develop much more ambitious partnerships with groups such as ‘Right Up Our Street’ to deliver huge events like the ‘Museum of the Moon’ and the Tectonic light show. We have been delighted to welcome thousands of people from South Yorkshire and beyond to these events.
Doncaster minster needs you to help raise the final part of funding required to enable us to provide Toilets and a Tea Point Servery at the Minster. Can you help with a donation? Go to: www.doncasterminster.co.uk/ttp-detail/ Please pass on to everyone you know!
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