We announce an exciting series of lectures and talks for Lent 2020
Encounter Liverpool's prominent city figures talk about how the city shapes their work.
Each year in Lent (the six weeks before Easter) the Cathedral offers a space for people from various parts of the city to come and reflect on different aspects of their faith and the world in which they live. This year we are delighted to welcome a range of professionals to give short talks that reflect on the role and work of key figures in the life of the city.
Reflections on life in the city - Lent Lectures 2020
Each talk starts at 6:20 pm in the Concert Room, Sir Giles Gilbert Scott Suite
Join us for Choral Evensong at 5:30 pm or refreshments at 5:45 pm
This year's programme
|Monday 2 March||Judge Andrew Menary QC, Honorary Recorder of Liverpool|
|Monday 9 March||Lord-Lieutenant of Merseyside Mr Mark Blundell|
|Monday 16 March||Mark Power, Registrar and Chief Operating Officer at LJMU|
|Monday 23 March||Nisha Katona MBE, British chef and the founder of Mowgli Street Food restaurants|
|Monday 30 March||Cllr Jane Corbett Assistant Mayor of Liverpool & Mayoral Lead|
|Monday 6 April||Tony Reeves, Chief Executive of Liverpool City Council|