Liverpool Cathedral News | Sunday 11th June
We are heading into another busy week of worship and events. Take a look at what is going on and learn more about how you can join us.
"Welcome to this week’s Cathedral News as we now move into what is called Ordinary Time, or the Sundays after Trinity.
Today is the first Sunday after Trinity and now we begin to explore more fully the Gospel of Matthew. According to this week's blog from Canon Theologian Leslie Francis ‘We pick up the narrative in chapter nine where Jesus holds out a new start to broken people.’
Our curate Debs Davies has a new start this weekend as she was ordained Priest on Saturday and will preside at her first Eucharist on Sunday 11th June. All are welcome to come and support her as she transitions into her new ministry.
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To prepare for next Sunday’s worship then please click here."
Dean Sue Jones, Dean of Liverpool
Worship at Liverpool Cathedral
All are welcome to join us for our regular worship services, here at Liverpool Cathedral. You can find more information about our upcoming services here.
Not only is our cathedral a place of worship, but our calendar is also filled with exciting events that you can get involved with. Information about these can be found below:
- Organ Recitals Summer 2023 - Sundays 2:15 pm in the Cathedral main space
- Francis Neilson Lunchtime concert - Fridays 1:30 pm in the Cathedral main space
- Friends’ Summer Evening Event - “Exploring the Archives”; a talk given by Canon Val Jackson. Thursday 15 June, 7:30 pm in the Cathedral Concert Room. Tickets £15
- Summer Term Discipleship courses - Courses are taking a break in June, re-starting in early July. In the meantime, tune into our Ephesians podcast which has a new episode looking at the second half of the letter. Listen here.
Activity of the Week
Why not take in a view of the city from the UK's highest cathedral? Learn about Liverpool Cathedral's Tower Experience and how to book your ticket here.
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