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Week commencing Monday, April 22, 2019

Fri 26th Apr

08:30

Morning Prayer Chapter House

Morning Prayer is the earliest service, taking place when the cathedral is at its stillest. Monday - Saturday 8.30 - 8.55am

A spoken service, led by prayer, it lasts roughly 20 minutes.

All are very welcome to attend.

12:05

Eucharist Lady Chapel

A simple service of holy communion and prayer Monday - Saturdays 12:05-12:35

We have at least one Eucharist every day at the Cathedral. It is the service in which Christians follow Jesus’ command to his disciples to share bread and wine in remembrance of him.

The service contains Bible readings and prayers, as well as the sharing of consecrated bread and wine, and everyone is sent out at the end to live and work to the praise and glory of God.

Most weekday Eucharists are said, and last for about half an hour. 

All are welcome at the service, and if you don’t receive communion, you may still come forward for a prayer of blessing at that point of the service.

17:30

Evening Prayer Chapel of the Holy Spirit

A said service of evening prayer

Evening Prayer is the said equivalent to Choral Evensong.

As at Morning Prayer and Choral Evensong, it follows a recognisable shape, drawing together biblical phrases, psalms, readings and canticles, much of which are said by congregation and officiant together.

Sat 27th Apr

08:30

Morning Prayer Chapter House

Morning Prayer is the earliest service, taking place when the cathedral is at its stillest. Monday - Saturday 8.30 - 8.55am

A spoken service, led by prayer, it lasts roughly 20 minutes.

All are very welcome to attend.

12:05

Eucharist Lady Chapel

A simple service of holy communion and prayer Monday - Saturdays 12:05-12:35

We have at least one Eucharist every day at the Cathedral. It is the service in which Christians follow Jesus’ command to his disciples to share bread and wine in remembrance of him.

The service contains Bible readings and prayers, as well as the sharing of consecrated bread and wine, and everyone is sent out at the end to live and work to the praise and glory of God.

Most weekday Eucharists are said, and last for about half an hour. 

All are welcome at the service, and if you don’t receive communion, you may still come forward for a prayer of blessing at that point of the service.

15:00

Evening Prayer Chapel of the Holy Spirit

A said service of evening prayer

Evening Prayer is the said equivalent to Choral Evensong.

As at Morning Prayer and Choral Evensong, it follows a recognisable shape, drawing together biblical phrases, psalms, readings and canticles, much of which are said by congregation and officiant together.

Sun 28th Apr

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

Eucharist Nave Altar

A service of holy communion and prayer.

We have at least one Eucharist every day at the Cathedral. It is the service in which Christians follow Jesus’ command to his disciples to share bread and wine in remembrance of him.

The service contains Bible readings and prayers, as well as the sharing of consecrated bread and wine, and everyone is sent out at the end to live and work to the praise and glory of God.

All are welcome at the service, and if you don’t receive communion, you may still come forward for a prayer of blessing at that point of the service.

15:00

Evening Prayer Presbytery

A said service of evening prayer

Evening Prayer is the said equivalent to Choral Evensong.

As at Morning Prayer and Choral Evensong, it follows a recognisable shape, drawing together biblical phrases, psalms, readings and canticles, much of which are said by congregation and officiant together.

A simple service of holy communion and prayer Sundays 4:00-4:30

We have at least one Eucharist every day at the Cathedral. It is the service in which Christians follow Jesus’ command to his disciples to share bread and wine in remembrance of him.

The service contains Bible readings and prayers, as well as the sharing of consecrated bread and wine, and everyone is sent out at the end to live and work to the praise and glory of God.

Eucharists are said, and last for about half an hour. 

All are welcome at the service, and if you don’t receive communion, you may still come forward for a prayer of blessing at that point of the service.