Sunday is at the heart of our worship at Hull Minster. Our services provide a place for all to express their different forms of worship.
A mix of mainly contemporary songs, with a relaxed family-friendly feel. A short reading, talk and prayers, toys for the younger children and our HT Kids and HT Youth activities run during part of the service
Communion or Morning Service using liturgy from Common Worship. Traditional hymns led by the organ and our robed choir. Children’s activities in parallel with part of the service.
Includes accessible, modern worship, relevant talks, discussion, prayer and refreshments served from 6pm. We make space for the Holy Spirit to minister to us.
1st Sunday of the Month at 4pm
Prayer and silence are at the heart of the Taizé service. Simple music and chants are used to aid in the prayer and meditation.
4th Saturday of the Month at 4pm
Traditional Choral evensong led by the Hull Minster Choir using a pattern of worship passed down through the centuries.
What time should I arrive?
We recommend coming about 15-20 minutes before each service starts to grab a coffee and so that we can get to know each other.
Where should I park?
All our travel arrangements can be found here.
Which service do students go to primarily?
We have students at all our services depending on the style of worship they are comfortable with. Our 6:30pm is the most popular though.
How long is a service?
Our 9:30am & 11:15am services lasts about 1 hour whilst our 6:30pm is usually about 1.5 hours.
What should I wear?
Come however you want! We want you to be as comfortable as possible and there is no pressure to wear your Sunday best.
How can my children join in?
We have groups for children aged 5-18 and a child’s area available for those 0-5. Find out more here.
Are you disability/additional needs friendly?
We are registered as an Accessible Church with the Additional Needs Alliance. For specific details click here but we recommend getting in contact if you have any queries here.
Lunchtime Prayers - 12.30pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. We offer individual prayers and prayers for the community and wider city in a relaxed, informal setting of our Broadley chapel.
Holy Communion - 12.30pm every Wednesday. This is a friendly and peaceful Holy Communion service led by one of our clergy team that last about half an hour. It is ideal for lunch breaks.
BCP Holy Communion - 1st,2nd, 4th & 5th Thursdays at 10.30 Traditional communion service using the 1662 prayer book.
HT Praise - Third Thursday of every month, at 10.30am. A relaxed service lasting about half an hour, with traditional hymns. It is followed by hot drinks and homemade cakes and scones.