We host various lecture series to enable people to understand faith more.
Liverpool Cathedral hosts many leading practitioners and theologians for a range of lecture series on topical issues across the year. You can find out more about these lectures via the link below.
Lectures at Liverpool Cathedral
Attracting leading practitioners and theologians, Liverpool Cathedral is renowned for exploring issues relevant to our ministry as a prominent cathedral in an urban setting.
Our ongoing series includes the likes of the Gilbert Scott Lectures on Science and Faith, and our Social Justice themed lectures like our Micah Lecture and Prisons week Lectures. You can find out more about these lectures by scrolling down this page or clicking their names above.
Our latest upcoming lectures are:
This lecture series is entitled in honour of Dr Sebastian Gilbert Scott, brother of our famous Liverpool Cathedral Architect, Sir Giles Gilbert Scott. Sebastian was an internationally renowned physician and radiologist in London.
Hear our Science & Faith podcast series with Canon Scientist, Rev Dr Mike Kirby here: https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/iMG0mc6zwzb
Inspired by the same scripture as led to the establishment of our charity Micah Liverpool, our annual lecture explores matters relating to social justice. Previous speakers include Bishop Steven Croft, Bishop David Walker, Bishop Pete Wilcox, Bishop Paul Bayes, Canon Lucy Winkett, and Ann Morisy and Angus Richie.
2021 Micah Lecture:
Our 2021 Lecture was presented by Chine McDonald on her Book God Is Not a White Man: And Other Revelations.
These are the urgent questions Chine McDonald asks in a searing look at her experience of being a Black woman in the white-majority space that is the UK church – a church that is being abandoned by Black women no longer able to grin and bear its casual racism, colonialist narratives and lack of urgency on issues of racial justice.
You can see the lecture, here:
2020 Micah Lecture:
Prisons week 2021 Lecture
Our 2021 Prisons Week Lecture was organised by the Liverpool Diocesan Council for Social Aid (LDCSA), Adelaide House, the Diocese of Liverpool, and Liverpool Cathedral.
Entitled, ‘Telling the story, hearing the story, and writing a new chapter’, the lecture was presented by The Right Revd Rachel Treweek, Bishop of Gloucester and the Anglican Bishop for HM Prisons in England and Wales
Bishop Rachel spoke about the importance of understanding some of the issues in the present story of intervention with female offenders and the importance of engaging with people’s personal story.