Set up by Liverpool Cathedral, Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King and St Bride’s, Micah Liverpool helps people out of poverty. Currently, the charity is working with those who are unemployed or need food or related assistance to tackle hunger in an emergency situation.

Our Employability Programme

Through a variety of volunteer roles at Liverpool Cathedral and building partnerships with employers, the Micah Liverpool Volunteer Programme works with people who are long-term unemployed.

Each volunteer in the Programme has the opportunity to receive our support over 10 weeks to improve their skills, confidence and readiness for work. Our ‘Recruitability’ training and by completing vocational qualifications in health and safety, emergency first aid and food hygiene, enables our volunteers to feel in a better position to look for and find work.

 

Our Food bank

While we believe that no-one in our area should be in poverty or be without food, we know many local people face problems either feeding themselves or their families.

Micah Liverpool operates two pantries a week providing three days of emergency food for each guest who comes along to help alleviate the issues people in poverty and hunger face.

 

The Parish Church of St Vincent de Paul

Pantry Session Tuesdays 12.30 – 2.30

 

St Brides Church

Pantry Session Thursdays 12.30 – 2.30

 

Our stats

  • Supported approximately 6,500 guests in the last 6 months, including over 1,400 children.
  • Provide an average of 220 food parcels each week
  • Currently on track to provide over 10,000 food parcels in 2018

 

Need our support?

If you need to find out about our food bank

E: Paul.Obrien@liverpoolcathedral.org.uk

0151 702 7206

07932842337