10am Sunday 28 March
Our principal service for Palm Sunday includes the story of Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem, as well as the Passion Gospel sung in dramatic form.
The President of the Eucharist is The Very Revd Nicola Sullivan, Dean of Southwell.
The Deacon is The Revd Dr Richard Frith, Canon Precentor.
The cantors are Michael Gregory and Guy Turner, Lay Clerks; and Paul Provost, Rector Chori.
The organ is played by Jonathan Allsopp, Assistant Director of Music.
The setting for the Eucharist is Mass XVII.
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Please do join in at home as you are comfortably able: you may wish to stand, sit and kneel as you normally would in church (we have included instructions for posture in the order of service for this reason), and/or to speak and sing along with the congregational elements of the service.
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You can also watch this service on the Southwell Minster Youtube channel: VIEW HERE
Book to attend this service in the Minster
Because of the continued risk from COVID-19 and the continuing restrictions, services will be different in some ways from what you may be used to; all services will be held in the nave, and numbers will be restricted.
We have introduced a booking system to help us manage attendance and keep everyone safe. If you would like to attend this service, please book a place using the form below. Or, alternatively, please call the Vergers’ Office on 01636 817290 and leave a message to book your place. Please note – You may only reserve up to four places when booking online for this service. Please call the Vergers' Office on 01636 817290 if you require more places. If booking by phone, please do so before Saturday at 3:00pm, to ensure that there is sufficient time to process your booking.
The wearing of face coverings is now mandatory in all places of worship, so please bring a mask or other face covering with you unless you have a valid medical reason for not wearing one.
Online booking opens at 9am on the preceding Sunday morning and closes at midnight on Saturday.