May at Liverpool Cathedral
This week we welcomed Liverpool Cathedrals latest installation 'Izyum to Liverpool' by Ukrainian artist Katya Buchatska, as a part of Liverpool's Eurofestival. Here from 1 to 19 May, you can take yourself on a moving train journey with this multi-channel video installation. Filmed in real-time, this is an extraordinary window into the journey of escape many Ukrainians have taken since the full-scale Russian invasion in February 2022.
However, this isn't the only thing going on at Liverpool Cathedral this May, as we are packed full of things to do…
Izyum to Liverpool is about the fragility of our environment, our lives and the landscape surrounding us. Here more about this in a talk from the Artist herself alongside Elisa Nocente, Cultural Programme Manager at Liverpool Cathedral. Book your tickets, here.
Looking for a way to celebrate The Coronation ?
Join us on Sunday 28 May as we mark Pentecost. Starting here at Liverpool Cathedral we will embark on our annual walk up Hope Street to the Metropolitan Cathedral.
Join us for our Come and Sing event: 'Vivaldi's Gloria'. This is perfect for those who love to sing or just listen. Find out more about how you can join in or just watch here.
Willing to learn?
Come along to our Gilbert Scott Lectures on Science and Faith, they take place each year and are designed to encourage learning, discussion, and reflection on a variety of aspects of science and faith, especially together. Find out more here.
Just a visit?
If you don’t fancy any of our events or daily services, you're always welcome to visit us at any point during our opening hours, to see our wonderful building, light a candle, browse our Cathedral shop or get a bite to eat or cup of coffee from The Welsford Bistro.