This weeks news from Liverpool Cathedral - A Place of Encounter

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Catch up on the latest news from Liverpool Cathedral for Sunday, 26th June 2022

Welcome from Dean Sue

A very warm welcome to this weeks e-news. On Sunday Bishop Bev will be ordaining 12 people to be Deacons in the church of God. It will an exciting day for them and the parishes where they will serve. We too give thanks to them as the Cathedral Church and we congratulate them. 

On Sunday our Gospel speaks about the call to discipleship. We are all called to follow the way of Christ. Some will be called to ordination some will be called to show the love of Christ where they work and live. 


Lord Jesus Christ,  

you call your people  
to follow you wherever you lead.  
Give us grace to follow you,  
that we may overcome the obstacles 
in our way;  
for you are our God. Amen. 

Worship this Week

Join us in person for our weekly services:

  • 8:30 am - Morning Prayer

  • 12:05 pm - Eucharist on weekdays and Saturdays(Livestream at 8:30 am on Sundays)

  • 5:30 pm - Evensong/Evening Prayer on weekdays and3:00 pm on Saturdays.


Click here to see each day's in-person services 
Click here to prepare for next Sunday's Worship.  


Prayer requests on our Prayer Wall

You can post prayer requests to us here .   

If you would like somebody to be remembered in the Cathedral’s regular prayers, please email Verger Keith James at: The prayer list will begin anew every two months, so if you would like somebody to be prayed for by name over a longer period please remember to ask again.


Upcoming Events

Organ Recitals Sunday Series – Summer 2022  


The Old Testament – Pointing to Jesus – Thursday evenings from 16th June: On Zoom.  


“Jesus Hands – and Ours” - in-person Bible studies - Starting on 19th July. 



Liverpool Cathedral Mothers’ Union - forthcoming events 2022  

Liverpool Cathedral Mothers’ Union: Liverpool Cathedral


Canon Neal is covering the morning service at St. Michael’s Huyton Sunday. 

Canon Myles is presiding and preaching at St Michael in the Hamlet, Aigburth Sunday morning. 


Did you miss the recent Gilbert Scott Lectures on Science and Faith?  If so, don’t worry – both are now available to view at your leisure from our dedicated webpage for the lecture series.  Just click here and click on the lecture title to go to the recording.   


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