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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Head over to Doncaster Council's YouTube Channel to see the wonderful Christmas lights and see how the Council has enabled Doncaster Minster to be part of this year's spectacular display www.youtube.com/watch?v=pB-nV5Ro8jE You have certainly brightened our town this year - thank you! ... See MoreSee Less

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4 days ago

Doncaster Minster

Sung Eucharist for Advent Sunday 29th November 2020.
Unfortunately, due to a technical error, we are unable to bring you the video of this service. We apologise for this error.
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4 days ago

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Doncaster Minster is not only a church, it, and the whole of the site on which it sits, is also one of the most important heritage and cultural places in Doncaster.

Today is Museum Shop Sunday, to show how commercial enterprises play such a vital role in helping arts, cultural and heritage attractions to survive and thrive.

Museum Shops are the best place to:

Buy interesting, unique items/gifts
Support a local business
Keep your local cultural institutions alive

This week has been very exciting as we launched our online shop, visit our website www.doncasterminster.co.uk to see our full range of biblical Christmas cards, a unique Minster Christmas card, souvenirs of the Minster and much more.

#MuseumShopSunday
#SustainingCulture
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1 week ago

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Reducing Homelessness Worker - Doncaster: If you are interested in creating and sustaining the successful delivery of drop in activities/workshops for homeless and vulnerable people moving away from homelessness with the support of stakeholders, volunteers and those with lived experience then go to Indeed Jobs: www.indeedjobs.com/doncaster-minster/_hl/en_GB?cpref=JXWAtnzf3XWjLOi4YeVNLqF8RN6a-VzuzfZ67M6pW6I ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

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A Sung Eucharist for the Feast of Christ the King on Sunday 22nd November at Doncaster Minster. Service led by Fr Dan Parkinson, Assistant Curate and sermon by Canon David Stevens, Vicar of Doncaster Minster. ... See MoreSee Less

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