Liverpool Cathedral is a place of encounter. You may be a visitor who will encounter a warm welcome inspired by our Christian beliefs. Or, you may wish to encounter God in a deeper way by getting more involved. However you wish to explore faith. We hope this section will help you on your journey to exploring faith and looking up to god.
Explore Your Faith
Here at Liverpool Cathedral, we would love for you to explore your faith and encounter God. Our dedicated and knowledgeable team has developed a range of resources to help you with that encounter.
This page explores some of these resources.
Alpha is an introduction to the Christian faith for everyone, especially those wanting to explore faith for the first time, or go back to the basics.
Starting in January, the course goes live on Zoom every Wednesday evening at 7:30pm until the end of March.
Tune in on your favourite streaming platforms to join our podcast community. There is the opportunity to explore and deepen your faith with our series The Bible Today. We’re currently looking at the New Testament book of Philemon with Canon Rev Dr Neal Barnes and our curate, Rev Debs Davies hosting the conversation.
Bible study is an important part of exploring the Christian faith. Here at Liverpool Cathedral we offer a regular series of courses that take place in a relaxed, unpressured environment.
This year, our deep-dive Bible study will journey through the New Testament epistles, 1 & 2 Thessalonians.
Join us on Wednesday evenings from 7:30-9pm on Zoom, starting Wednesday 10th April.
To find out more and get the Zoom link, email:
The Bible Course
On Thursdays after Easter, we will be hosting The Bible Course in person and on Zoom. This course is a great introduction to the Scriptures. Rather than looking deeply into chapters of text, this course gives an overview of the Bible from a historical perspective asking, “Who wrote it?”, “How old is it?”, etc.
Meeting in person at 1pm and on Zoom at 7.30pm starting,Thursday 11th April.
Prayer is all about communicating with God. There is no magical formula for prayer, and no special phrases or words are required. We believe that God wants to hear from us, whatever is happening in our lives, and at Liverpool Cathedral, we offer a range of options to join in Prayer.
Liverpool Cathedral is a place of encounter. We long for everyone who encounters this Cathedral and its many communities to encounter the God who knows and loves them. We believe that God is love and seeks a relationship of love with every person and with the whole creation. God has chosen to reveal that love supremely through the person of Jesus Christ.
Liverpool Cathedral offers a variety of ways to learn more about faith and theology, including through Lectures, our post graduate learning community, Emmanuel Theological College, our Education team or by joining our Community.