The Cathedral Parish has many organisations and groups associated with it. Learn more about these groups, what they do, and how to get involved.


Music, Liturgy & Prayer


Cathedral Music

The Cathedral has a well-established choral tradition and uns a diocesan schools singing programme. For more information on music at the Cathedral, visit the Music pages.

Children's Sunday Liturgy

Our Children's Liturgy is for all children aged between 4 and 9. The aim of the group is to provide the children with an adapted Liturgy of the Word during the 10am Family Mass on Sundays during the school term. During the sessions, the children read, discuss and reflect on the Gospel before taking part in an activity arising from it such as drawing, singing, drama or role play. Children’s Liturgy of the Word usually lasts between 20-25 minutes and ends with the children returning to the main body of the Cathedral in time for the Offertory Procession.

If you would like to register your child, please click here or collect a form at the 10am Mass.    


Discipleship Prayer Group

All are welcome to attend the Discipleship Prayer Group which takes place on Tuesdays at 7:00pm during term time. The focus is to build on recent Life in the Spirit seminars and to help participants to grow in their faith and discern their spiritual gifts and callings to serve in the Church. Each meeting involves praise and worship, teaching input, small group sharing and prayer ministry. For more information, please complete this short form.


Service and Community


Cathedral Seniors Group

Our Cathedral Seniors Group meets monthly after the weekday 12.30pm Mass. An opportunity to get to know each other for coffee/tea, sandwiches and cake, and hear about interesting topics. Please see our newsletter for details of forthcoming meetings, or for more information, please complete this short form.


St George’s Cathedral Community Fridge

St George’s Cathedral is helping the local community cope with the cost-of-living crisis at the same time as preventing tonnes of good food going to waste with the Friday breakfast club (10am to 12pm) and Community Fridge (12pm to 1pm), run in partnership with the Oasis Community.

For more information or to volunteer, please contact Diane Blackler, mobile 07378 193342, email:


St Vincent De Paul Group 

We have a small but enthusiastic group of parishioners who work together to help those in need - the lonely and isolated or those who don't have enough food to eat or even a home to live in.

You could help this vital work by joining the parish SVP group and giving a little of your time to helping others. For more information, please complete this short form.


Youth and Young Adults

Young Adults Group

Our Young Adults Group for those in their 20s and 30s meets weekly during term time on Thursday evenings at 6.30pm for talks, prayer and socials. We also have a monthly Young Adult Mass with Praise/Worship and Social afterwards at 6pm on the first Sunday of each month. It is a great way to meet other young adults in the local area. 

For more information, please follow us on Facebook,  or Instagram, or please complete this short form.


Cathedral Youth Group

Our Cathedral youth group for those aged 10-16 takes place on selected Sundays (4pm - 5.30pm) in the Amigo Hall.  The group consists of faith, food, and fun. Please register your child via this application form.

  • *Changes to Youth Group Arrangements from Friday 12 April*
  • Junior Youth Group (Ages 8-12) will be each Sunday afternoon at 4pm to 5.30pm during term time. A mixture of faith input, food and games/activities. Please register here.
  • Senior Youth Group (Ages 13-17) will start on alternate Friday evenings during term time from 7pm to 8.30pm, starting Friday 12 April. There will be a mixture of faith input, food and social activities. Please register here.