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Liverpool Cathedral’s annual review, published this week, reveals the creativity needed by cathedrals who are working in an increasingly pressurised world.
We are delighted to present to you Liverpool Cathedral’s annual review for 2018, the first since The Very Revd Sue Jones became Dean. It highlights our work as we endeavour to enable more people to encounter our cathedral, our welcome, and our God.
Our choir takes a well-earned break for the summer after Consecration Sunday on 14th July but you’ll still have the opportunity to experience wonderful music.
Stephen Mannings, Director of Choral Outreach at Liverpool Cathedral is looking for accomplished singers to join a 200-strong massed choir to perform in a production of Karl Jenkin’s 'The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace' in November.
For just three evenings in August experience the tranquillity of the Cathedral when you take a personalised tour with one of our expert guides. Places are limited to ten people per tour, so you’ll need to book your place soon.
Thank you, to the amazing 202,677 of you who came to Liverpool Cathedral and encountered the earth since Luke Jerram’s seven-metre spherical artwork ‘Gaia’ was installed on Saturday 25 May
Y6 pupils from our church schools across the Diocese were invited to Liverpool Cathedral over a three day period to mark their transition into further education and senior schools this week.
A new setting of a ninth-century Gregorian Mass, Schola Missa de Angelis, will be performed in a major concert in Liverpool Cathedral next month.
We had a great evening hosting the annual Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards.
Young singers, including choristers from nearly 40 cathedrals and choral foundations will perform together in only the second concert of its kind on 13 June
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