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In recent years the Cathedral Choir has traveled throughout the world giving performances at many prestigious venues, in its own right and with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
Bishop of Liverpool, Rt Revd Paul Bayes will explore themes from his book “The Table”. Each evening focuses on a different chapter.
Dressed in costumes from angels to donkeys to sheep, over 1,200 children from Catholic and Church of England schools across the wider Liverpool area attended the service on Wednesday 23 January 2019.
Canon Val received the award for services to Liverpool Cathedral, Liverpool Diocese and the commemorations for the First World War Centenary.
The Dean of Liverpool, the Very Revd Dr Sue Jones, gave her first Christmas sermon at our Cathedral at the midnight service. She talked about the significance of angels to the Christmas story and the important message the Knife Angel brings us
As we journey through the seasons of Advent and Christmas we are delighted to welcome everyone to our services and events at Liverpool Cathedral.
To help plan your Christmas at the Cathedral, our opening hours are as follows ...
O Christmas tree, o Christmas tree. How lovely are thy branches!
Cream Classical Performed by Kaleidoscope Orchestra @ Liverpool Cathedral, Friday 22nd & Saturday 23rd February 2019.
The sculpture, which stands 27ft high, will be installed outside Liverpool Cathedral on 29th November and will remain in place until 31st January 2019. Created by Alfie Bradley, it is memorial to those whose lives have been affected by knife crime.
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