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Light up an Angel

Sun 04th, Dec

The hugely popular ‘Light up an Angel’ returns this Christmas to Liverpool Cathedral. You can get this unusual memento to remember someone or something special which can be displayed on one of our Christmas trees.


We have the largest range of Cards for Good Causes in Liverpool

Thu 01st, Dec

Have you got your Christmas Cards yet? Head to Liverpool Cathedral Shop to see the largest range of different charity cards all in one place!


Liverpool John Moores University Graduations November 2016

Thu 24th, Nov

We’re very much looking forward to welcoming Liverpool John Moores University students, their families and friends as they celebrate their graduations on Thursday 24th and Friday 25th November.


Cathedral to host Herbert Howe funeral

Thu 03rd, Nov

Visitors will need to be aware that in order that we can help the city say goodbye to Herbert Howe we will have limited access tomorrow Friday 4th November. We thank you for your patience at this time.


Sold Out: Cream Classical Live: Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd April 2017

Thu 27th, Oct

Following the unforgettable sell out shows back in April, two of Liverpool’s cultural institutions unite once again to bring you Cream Classical Live at Liverpool Cathedral


Find your perfect nativity set

Wed 19th, Oct

Liverpool Cathedral shop has created a seasonal display of nativity sets from around the world – believed to be the largest collection of nativities in the city.


Filming at Liverpool Cathedral on October 26th

Mon 17th, Oct

We are hosting the filming of a major drama on Wednesday, October 26th. The Cathedral will be unavailable to general visitors.


"A gift out of solidarity"

Tue 11th, Oct

The Dean offers the Metropolitan Cathedral donations following their recent break in.


Professor Ian Tracey gears up for a special anniversary

Tue 11th, Oct

As we approach the 90th anniversary of the consecration of our magnificent organ we spoke to Ian Tracey who will be playing the recital.


Our Dean welcomes national report into growth of cathedral worship

Fri 23rd, Sep

The Dean of Liverpool, the Very Revd Dr Pete Wilcox has warmly welcomed a national report which confirms that attendance at cathedral worship nationwide grew by 18% in the ten years up to 2015.