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Catch up with the many and diverse range of events and happenings hosted by the Cathedral in this section
The special sculpture commissioned by the Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson to remember the 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster is taking up temporary residence at Liverpool Cathedral. It will remain here until the end of September.
An art exhibition as part of Biennial Independents. Abstract Paintings by Barrie West
Thought-provoking images giving insight into the minds of the children and young adults of Palestine through creative self-expression, this is an exhibition of photos taken by children in the Palestinian village of Bil’in depicting everyday lives.
This special exhibition in the Well tells the story of the Cathedral Roll of Honour commemorating those from Liverpool who lost their lives in the Great War.
As part of Hospice Africa's 21st Birthday celebrations, the Cathedral is delighted to host an exhibition of theirs and their partners' works over a 3 day period in the beautiful surroundings of the Lady Chapel. Everyone welcome.
Why not join us as a family for what has now become a very familiar and frequent event in many churches. Join us for Messy Church with craft, food and celebration around a biblical theme - but with a twist!!
This poignant service happens regularly in the Cathedral and is aimed mainly at those whose lives have been affected by the serious illness or loss of a child, whether a son, daughter, niece, nephew, grandchild or simply someone very close.
Liverpool is beautiful during the day - but a night time vista of the city is a sight to behold.
We are delighted to welcome Carrie Longton, Co-Founder of Mumsnet, who will discuss the Mumsnet success story and what has been learnt from this regarding community, power and trust and examing the myths around marketing to mums.
This popular and engaging series of biblical teaching opens up the scriptures in a thought provoking way.