The Eucharist is the main service in the Great Space of the Cathedral.
The service includes the three bible readings appointed for the day, and a sermon, usually given by one of the Cathedral clergy which relates the readings to our daily lives. The service includes four well known hymns for the congregation to sing, and we use the contemporary form of Holy Communion in Common Worship, the authorised service of the Church England.
During the service, everyone present is invited to come forward to receive Holy Communion, if they are baptised and are in good standing in any Christian church, or to receive a blessing. The service lasts about an hour and fifteen minutes, and all are welcome both at the service and the light refreshments which follow.
Details of the service 'settings' can found on the downloadable Service List
We’re sorry but visitors are not allowed to take photographs during worship services at Liverpool Cathedral