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Quiet service of Morning Prayer
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Our midday Eucharist is a quiet reflective service of Holy Communion using the Church of England’s Common Worship. One of the Cathedral clergy normally presides at this service which lasts no longer than 30 minutes.
All are welcome.
As Christmas approaches, bring the whole family to see our interpretation of the traditional nativity
Come and join us this Christmas for our specially commissioned nativity.
Performed by our Junior Choir and children from Childwall CE Primary School and written by our very own Stephen Mannings, Assistant Choral Director, it's sure to bring the true meaning of the festive season home.
This Eucharist is a quiet reflective service of Holy Communion using the Church of England’s Common Worship. One of the Cathedral clergy normally presides at this service which lasts no longer than 30 minutes.
An informal service with all ages worshipping together
They begin with coffee and cakes, meeting cafe style around tables. Zone 2 includes Bible reading, prayer, and teaching in an informal and interactive style.
Boys' and Men's Voices
The preacher is Sir Mark Hedley, Chancellor of the Diocese of Liverpool
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Worship and teaching for our Persian-speaking congregation
The preacher is Canon Myles Davies, Acting Dean
A simple said Eucharist service using a shortened version of the Book of Common Prayer service
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