For our latest service list and settings for worship then please scroll to the foot of the page.

Week commencing Monday, November 26, 2018

Sat 01st Dec

15:00

Evening Prayer Presentation Theatre

Listen | Relax | Pray

A quiet, said  service for the ending of the day...

 

Sun 02nd Dec

08:30

Eucharist Lady Chapel

One of the Cathedral clergy normally presides at this service.

All are welcome.

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

10:30

Choral Eucharist for Advent Sunday

Preacher The Bishop of Warrington

 

Mass for Four Voices Byrd

Psalm 25:1-9

Hosanna Weelkes

 

Sung by the Great Choir

13:00

Sepas Service Lady Chapel

Worship and teaching for our Persian-speaking congregation

16:00

A simple said Eucharist service using a shortened version of the Book of Common Prayer service

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

17:30

An Advent Procession

Sung by the Great Choir

 

Mon 03rd Dec

08:30

Morning Prayer Chapter House

Quiet service of Morning Prayer

All are welcome.

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.

17:30

Listen, Relax, Pray

A quiet, contemplative service for the ending of the day...

Responses Walsh

Psalm 126

Fauxbourdon Canticles Matthew Owens

Examine me, O Lord Boyce

 

Girls' Voices in Quire

 

Tue 04th Dec

08:30

Morning Prayer Chapter House

Quiet service of Morning Prayer

All are welcome.

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