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Week commencing Monday, March 19, 2018

Sat 24th Mar

15:00

Boys' and Men's Voices

  • Thou knowest, Lord  Purcell
  • Responses  Rose
  • Psalm 130
  • Wise in F
  • Drop, drop slow tears  Leighton
Sun 25th Mar

08:30

Eucharist Lady Chapel

Said

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.

All are welcome.

We’re sorry but visitors are not allowed to take photographs during any worship services at Liverpool Cathedral.

10:30

Girls' and Men's Voices

  • Hosanna to the Son of David  Gibbons
  • Plainsong  Missa VIII
  • Ave verum  Mawby
  • Crucifixus a 8  Lotti
  • Hymns A&M  159  95  86  511

13:00

Sepas Service Lady Chapel

Worship and teaching for our Persian-speaking congregation

 

 

All are welcome.

We’re sorry but visitors are not allowed to take photographs during any worship services at Liverpool Cathedral.

15:00

Girls' and Men's Voices

The preacher is Canon Paul Rattigan, Canon for Discipleship

  • Salvator Mundi  Blow
  • Responses  Sumsion
  • Psalm 69. 1-19
  • Office Hymn 508
  • Watson in E
  • Take him earth for cherishing  Howells
  • Hymns  94  90
Mon 26th Mar

08:30

Morning Prayer Holy Spirit Chapel

 

Quiet service of Morning Prayer

We’re sorry but visitors are not allowed to take photographs during any worship services at Liverpool Cathedral.

10:30

The preacher is The Right Reverend Cyril Ashton, Assistant Bishop

17:30

Girls' Voices

  • Responses  Sumsion
  • Psalm 36. 5-10
  • Rawsthorne in F
  • It is a thing most wonderful  Ireland
Tue 27th Mar

08:30

Morning Prayer Holy Spirit Chapel

 

Quiet service of Morning Prayer

We’re sorry but visitors are not allowed to take photographs during any worship services at Liverpool Cathedral.

12:05

Eucharist Lady Chapel

 

Said

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.

We’re sorry but visitors are not allowed to take photographs during any worship services at Liverpool Cathedral.