Welcome to Brentwood Cathedral

Welcome to the Cathedral Parish of St Mary and St Helen which sits proudly at the heart of the Diocese of Brentwood, a large and diverse diocese that stretches from rural north Essex to the heart of the East End of London.

Welcome to Brentwood Cathedral

Lenten talks 2024

A series of talks recently took place at Brentwood Cathedral during the Holy Lenten Season.

All four talks were based on the recent Synod on Synodality which took place in Rome last October.

If you would like to know more about the Synod, you can watch the video recordings from each of the talks.

Parish Lenten Programme

We are about to embark upon our Holy Season of Lent once again. Lent is a Penitential Season, and it affords each one of us the opportunity to make little sacrifices. 

For full details of all the Masses and services during Lent, as well as the Holy Week services, we have created a PDF guide which you can download.

Welcome to Brentwood Cathedral
Welcome to Brentwood Cathedral

Holy Week 2024

As we enter Holy Week 2024, we would like to invite the whole Cathedral Parish to enter this ‘Sacred Time’ as we journey with Christ in these days ahead through his Passion, Death & Resurrection.

For full details of all the Masses and services during Holy Week, we have created a PDF guide which you can download.

Find out the various events and news from the cathedral, parish and wider community.

The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity is always celebrated a week after Pentecost....
There are several notable or perhaps somewhat curious elements in the reading chosen for Pentecost...
This Sunday we have listened to the beautiful ‘Priestly Prayer of Christ’ from St. John’s...

NEW Cathederal Guide Book

Brentwood Cathedral Guidebook

Many members of our Parish community have continued to reach out to others throughout the current restrictions.

The cathedral is the first classical cathedral to be built in England since London’s St Paul’s has been awarded Grade II* listed status.