For our latest service list and settings for worship then please scroll to the foot of the page.

Week commencing Monday, June 19, 2017

Fri 23rd Jun

08:30

Morning Prayer Holy Spirit Chapel

Said

Said Morning Prayer

12:05

Eucharist One of the smaller chapels

Said

Our midday Eucharist is a quiet reflective service of Holy Communion using the Church of England’s Common Worship. One of the Cathedral clergy normally presides at this service which lasts no longer than 30 minutes.

All are welcome.

17:30

Evensong The Quire

Men's voices

  • Responses Tracey
  • Psalm 71
  • Wood in E
  • In ieiunio et fletu Tallis

 

 

We’re sorry but visitors are not allowed to take photographs during any worship services at Liverpool Cathedral.

Sat 24th Jun

08:30

Morning Prayer Holy Spirit Chapel

Said

Said Morning Prayer

12:05

Eucharist One of the smaller chapels

Said

Our midday Eucharist is a quiet reflective service of Holy Communion using the Church of England’s Common Worship. One of the Cathedral clergy normally presides at this service which lasts no longer than 30 minutes.

All are welcome.

15:00

Evensong The Quire

attended by the patrons of the Organ, Boys's and Mens' Voices

  • Hear my prayer Purcell
  • Responses Clucas
  • Psalm 82 
  • Stanford in C
  • Take him earth for cherishing Howells
Sun 25th Jun

08:30

Eucharist Lady Chapel

Said

All are welcome.

10:30

Zone 2 Concert Room

Zone 2 is an informal service, with all ages worshipping together.

They begin with coffee and cakes, meeting café style around tables. Zone 2 includes Bible reading, prayer, and teaching in an informal and interactive style. Each service lasts about an hour. All are welcome.

10:30

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

Boys' and Mens' Voices

Preacher The Right Reverend Chris Edmondson

  • Schubert in G
  • New Testament Canticle
  • O Lord. increase my faith Loosemore
  • If ye love me Tallis
  • Hymns Special Service Order

Candidates from across the Diocese of Liverpool are now on the threshold a new stage in their ministry, working for God in a variety of ways in their parishes. 

  • Beth Anderson - St Helen Town Centre Team
  • Felicity Cowling - St Thomas, Ashton in Makerfield
  • Ed Down -St James in the City
  • Rachael Garland -All Saints Liverpool
  • Elliott Ireton -St John, Burscough
  • Andy Liggins -St Simon and St Jude, Southport
  • Tabitha Rao - St Bede and St Clement, Toxteth
  • Poppy Richards - Holy Trinity, Formby
  • Jack Shepherd - St Paul, Skelmersdale
  • Nathan Thorpe - St Peter, Formby
  • Aly Tunstall - St Michael, Garston
  • Mark Wade - St Paul and St James with St Thomas, Goose Green
  • Ryan Cook - St Margaret of Antioch
  • Chris Gregory - St John, Crossens
  • Jackie Parry - St Luke, Crosby
  • Jill Wheatley - Holy Trinity, Warrington