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
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Doncaster Minster
Choral Eucharist for the Second Sunday of Easter 11th April 2021 led by Fr Dan Parkinson, Assistant Curate and sermon by the Ven Bob Fitzharris, Archdeacon Emeritus. ... See MoreSee Less
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Remembering HRH Prince Philip iI you wish to safely pay your respects and light a candle.on Saturday 10th April we will open from 9.00am until 6.00pm ... See MoreSee Less
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Choral Eucharist for Easter Sunday 4th April 2021 led by Canon David Stevens, Vicar of Doncaster Minster with sermon by Fr Dan Parkinson, Assistant Curate. ... See MoreSee Less
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The Liturgy for Good Friday. Standing at the Foot of the Cross in Doncaster Minster to hear the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ. ... See MoreSee Less
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Sung Eucharist for Maundy Thursday 1st April 2021: Please note that because of technical difficulties we have had to remove the video of this service due to the poor quality of the sound throughout the service. We apologise for those people who received a poor quality live stream and any seeking to follow the service after the event. Join us on Good Friday at 2pm as we stand at the Foot of the Cross. ... See MoreSee Less
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