April at the Cathedral
Looking for things to do this month? Find out more about some of the events happening at Liverpool Cathedral in April 2022...
Holy week and Easter
Holy Week follows the story of the last week of Jesus' life, from his entry into the holy city of Jerusalem, on Palm Sunday, to celebrate the Passover Festival.
Liverpool Cathedral has a number of services and events taking place during Holy Week, including The Liverpool Passion Plays, taking place on 11 April. The Liverpool Passion Plays tells the story of the last supper, as well as Jesus' arrest, trial and crucifixion.
To find out more about our other events and services around Easter and Holy week, click here.
Why not join us on Friday 8 April as we partner with the Whitechapel Centre for the return of The Cathedral Sleepout, to raise money to help tackle homelessness in our city? The night itself will be lots of fun, with games, stories and shelter building. Find out more, here.
On Tuesday 12, Wednesday 13, and Thursday 14 April, our education team will be hosting free Easter-themed craft activities during the holidays. You can book here.
Join us on Saturday 9 April for a creative and educational wreath making workshop led by Bookers Flowers and gifts. You can create a beautiful spring wreath to take home while learning some of the tricks and techniques used by professional florists. Book your space, here.
Or come along to The Cathedral and stitch in the company of others. Yarn and fabric stitchers of all skills and abilities are welcome at our Stitching group, Encountering Threads.
Music lover? On Easter Bank Holiday Monday, we'll be holding our Easter Organ Recital. You can find out more, here.
See the sites
April sees the return of our Outside Tours. Join our amazing guides to hear the stories of how Liverpool Cathedral came to be located on St James Mount, how the architect was chosen, and where our stone came from!
Or why not do your sightseeing from above?
The tower experience allows you to see all of Liverpool’s famous landmarks as you take in a breath-taking 360˚ view from the rooftop of the highest cathedral in the UK - 152m (500ft) above sea level!
Just a visit?
Even if you don't fancy any of our events or services , you're always welcome to visit us at any point during our opening hours , to see our wonderful building, light a candle, browse our Cathedral shop or get a bite to eat or cup of coffee from The Welsford Bistro.
We look forward to welcoming you this April!