St Patrick's 

St Patrick's parish is a beautiful Roman Catholic church, located in the heart of the city of Belfast on Donegall Street. Built in 1877, this church is one of Belfast’s most historic churches and its architectural design was part of the Gothic Revival.

Open to visitors

Ordinarily, the Church is open each day from 8:30am to 6pm.

St Anne’s Cathedral 

St Anne’s has stood for over a hundred years as the Cathedral of the Church of Ireland in Belfast. Based on Donegall Street, there is a lot to discover at St Anne’s, from the Martin sisters' mosaics to Praeger stonework and from stunning stained glass to the Spire of Hope.

Open to visitors

Monday to Saturday from 10:30am - 4pm. Sunday service times are 11am Choral Eucharist and 3:30pm Choral Evensong. 

St Peter’s Cathedral 

St Peter’s Cathedral is a Gothic landmark on Belfast’s skyline, built of Caen stone and Irish marble by builders and bakers. It played a significant role in the total abstinence movement and strived to be a symbol of hope in troubled times.

Open for prayer

9am - 4pm | Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday

9am - 8pm | Tuesdays & Thursdays

9am - 6.30pm | Saturday

St Mary's Church

St. Mary's Church was opened in 1784 and at the time it was the only Roman Catholic church in Belfast! Notably, St Mary’s features an astonishing Grotto to Our Lady of Lourdes which was established in 1954 and was designed by architect Padraig Gregory. The grotto and gardens are a tranquil space in the heart of Belfast.