Welcome to the Cathedral Church of Saint Deiniol, Bangor.

The Cathedral is open for visitors Monday to Friday 9am-4.30pm and Saturdays 10.30am – 1pm.

Regular Services


8:30am Eucharist, 9:30am Cymun Bendigaid, 11:00am Choral Eucharist, 12:30pm TICTAC in the Diocesan Centre, 3:15pm Choral Evensong

Weekdays – No Service on Saturdays

Daily: 8:00 am Morning Prayer (but not during the month of August), 10:30am Holy Eucharist

Tuesday & Thursday: 5:30pm Choral Evensong (not during summer school holidays unless there is a visiting choir)





Cathedral Partnership launches new scheme help the Homeless around Bangor

Deon Bangor - Y Tra Pharchedig Kathy Jones Caplan y Stryd Fawr - Y Parchedig Ganon Randolph Ellis Aled Bebb - Gweithiwr Cefnogi Ailgartrefedd, Tai Gogledd Cymru Julie Eddowes - Swyddog Estyn Allan ac Ailgartrefu, Tai Gogledd Cymru The Dean of Bangor - Very Rev’d Kathy Jones The High Street Chaplain - Rev’d Canon Randolph Ellis Aled Bebb - Resettlement Support Worker, North Wales Housing Julie Eddowes - Resettlement and Outreach Officer, North Wales Housing

L-R : Very Rev’d Kathy Jones (Dean of Bangor), Rev’d Canon Randolph Ellis (The High Street Chaplain), Aled Bebb (Resettlement Support Worker, North Wales Housing,) Julie Eddowes (Resettlement and Outreach Officer, North Wales Housing)

Bangor Cathedral and the North Wales Housing, working together as the Cathedral Partnership, have launched a new initiative to try and give homeless people a hand, possibly helping them into more permanent accommodation.


Click here to read more …






19th Century Restoration


During the nineteenth century the population of Bangor increased rapidly, and several attempts were



Information about the history of our Cathedral church.

Organ Recitals


The next series of organ recitals on the Great Organ of Bangor Cathedral. All

The Bangor Pontifical


Bishop Anian’s Pontifical which dates from at least the early years of the fourteenth century.

The Choir

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Information about the history of our choir.

The Organ


The first reference we have of an organ in the Cathedral comes in the