This week’s News from Liverpool Cathedral – a Place of Encounter
Catch up on the latest news from Liverpool Cathedral for Sunday, 10th January 2021.
Welcome from Dean Sue
Welcome to our first e-news of 2021. I hope you all had a peaceful Christmas and New Year and are ready for the challenges that face us as we move in to 2021. It feels in some ways that we have returned to March 2020, but of course we have not as we have learnt so much since that time. I believe it is different this time as we have the hope of Spring and the New Life that both Spring and Easter brings us. We also have the hope in medical science and the vaccines in particular.
This morning’s Gospel reading through the Baptism of Jesus gives us new hope in God and hope in the spirit of God. God has promised us through the death of God’s Son that he will not abandon us, but will walk with us through the trials and tribulations of life. So as we journey through another lockdown let us give thanks for the hope that God offers us through Christ’s baptism and our own baptism. Let us walk in the spirit of hope.
At the Jordan you revealed Jesus as your Son;
May we who recognise him as Lord
And know ourselves to be your beloved children;
Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Canon Myles’ Retirement
If you would like to contribute to Myles’ retirement gift then please do put your donation in an envelope, mark it “Myles’ Retirement” and pop it into one of the donation boxes.
If you prefer to contribute through internet banking then please contact Jayne Bainbridge on 0151 702 7204 or via email at email@example.com.
Worship with us this week
Join us on-line for Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer/Choral Evensong, broadcast live via our Facebook page. www.facebook.com/LiverpoolCathedral
Please click on the following link and select which service you wish to follow from the menu under ‘Services’: Liverpool Cathedral.
You can find our pre-recorded Sunday service, along with reflections on the Gospel reading by our Canon Theologian at Prayer for Liverpool: www.prayerforliverpool.org/.
Recommences in January as we continue our journey through Philippians. The evening sessions will move to Mondays 7-8pm, beginning on 18th January. The lunchtime sessions will remain on Thursdays, 1-2pm, beginning on 21st January. Liverpool Cathedralhome/GettingInvolved/Exploring-Faith.
For those who wish to explore the Christian faith in a relaxed and unpressurised way, either as enquirers or for a ‘refresher’. Alpha On-line commences via Zoom on Thursday 14th January 2021, 7-8.30pm.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
If you would like further information about the work of the Prayer Shawl Ministry Team – or would like to get involved by sponsoring, donating money or yarn or prayerful stitching, please contact Stella Barnes on 07722 165361 or by emailing PrayerShawls@liverpoolcathedral.org.uk.
Prayer requests via our Prayer Wall
You can post prayer requests to us at: www.prayerforliverpool.org/requests
Micah Liverpool Shopping List
Micah’s most needed items at the moment are cooking oil, UHT milk, and toiletries (toothbrushes, toothpaste, and soap). Donations are always welcome throughout the winter months!
In line with the Government guidance we are unable to see you in person at the moment. We will be working hard behind the scenes in preparing our offers for when we can serve you in person.
As you can’t visit us in person - why not browse our online shop where we are open 24/7 at www.cathedralshop.com.
All profits from the shop directly support the ever increasing work of Liverpool Cathedral.
Visiting Liverpool Cathedral
As the Liverpool City Region has entered Tier 3 we are unable to welcome visitors so we will remain open for private prayer and for worship. You can access our shop online at www.cathedralshop.com and you can take away a warming drink and tasty treat from the Mezz in the Well.
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