September at Liverpool Cathedral


September means we have now said farewell to ‘Being Human’, our latest exhibition that explored what means to be human through Reflection, Identity and Creativity. 

However, due to popular demand ‘Connection’, the leading element of the exhibition will now be with us until 4 October, meaning you have a bit more time to get your photographs with the 9.5-meterwide hands. 

We also have plenty more reasons to visit us this month. While the weather is still pleasant, why not attend one of our Head Guide Brian’s outside tours? You can learn all about the surroundings of our beautiful building while soaking up the sun. 

Feeling Creative? 

On Wednesday 7 September yarn and fabric stitchers of all skills and abilities will meet for ‘stitch in public’. From beginners to advanced, all are welcome as they will enjoy stitching in the company of others, sharing skills, patterns, ideas and friendship. 

Music lover? 

Our Autumn Sunday Organ Recital Series begins 11 September and continues regularly until 7 October. Come along to hear a selection of music performed by a range of different musicians. 

Remembering a loved one through the People’s Path? 

Join us on 18 September for our biannual celebration of those special moments and people remembered within our People’s Path during a special Evensong service. 

Budding Historian? 

When you visit us between 20 September - 2 October 2022, you will be able to explore our hidden archive materials not usually on public display. This includes conserved drawings by our architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and paintings by many artists. 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.