Liverpool Cathedral and the latest lockdown


In line with the government's stay at home order, we are closed to visitors but remain open for public worship and private prayer. Here we give details.

As we have now entered another period of lockdown we are unable to welcome visitors so we will remain open for private prayer and for worship.

You can access our shop online at but for now the Mezz in the Well is closed.


Private prayer at Liverpool Cathedral

Although the main space of our cathedral will be closed you can access the Lady Chapel for private prayer.

You can visit us for private prayer between 11am and 3:30pm Monday to Saturday
On Sunday's you can visit us for private prayer between 12:00pm and 2:30pm


Worship at Liverpool Cathedral

You can still worship with us for our Sunday Eucharist at 10:30am. This will take place in the main space and you can enter via our main entrance.

You need to book at our Eventbrite page 


We will also maintain our weekly worship - see our worship pages for services. All weekday services - Morning Prayer, Midday Eucharist, and Evening Prayer will be in the Lady Chapel and you can access this via the Lady Chapel door. You don't need to book for these services but we will need you to follow our safety instructions and to track and trace. If you have any symptoms then please don't visit. 

If you aren't able to come to a service in person, you can join us online. See our Cathedral YouTube channel.


Eating and Drinking at Liverpool Cathedral

At the moment we are unable to offer any food or drink from the Mezz in the Well.

 Liverpool Cathedral Shop goes online

When our Cathedral Shop is closed you can browse and shop online.

We thank you for your understanding as we continue to pray for the city and region at this time.