Thinking of getting involved? We have a range of ways you can join in...
On Thursday afternoons at 1pm we host an in-person gathering for a time of community, reflective study, and prayer. We recently completed a thematic series called Jesus' Hands. Next term we will be led through a series of reflections following our bible studies on Philemon and the prophet Micah. We begin on Thursday 26th January at 1pm in the Cathedral presentation theatre. All are welcome to join us.
For more information about Thursdays in 2023, contact: Debs.Davies@liverpoolcathedral.org.uk
The Prayer Course
Join us on Wednesday evenings on Zoom for 24/7 Prayer's eight-session course helping you explore how to pray! It is based on the Lord's Prayer which Jesus gave to his followers after they asked him 'Teach us to pray'. We have just finished our 2022 course, but we hope to to run the course in 2023. We'll keep you posted.
To find out more, or to express an interest in The Prayer Course, email: Debs.Davies@liverpoolcathedral.org.uk
Meeting every other Tuesday evening on ‘Zoom’, our very informal and friendly Men’s Group is always ready to welcome new members. We start at 7.00 pm and enjoy a lively hour of discussion around some hot topics of everyday life.
Meeting the last Monday of the month in person, with discussion based around a particular book for each session. A wide range of subject material is covered.
Encountering Common Threads
Join us on the 1st Wednesday of the month from 12.30 to 2.30 pm in The Radcliffe Learning Centre within Liverpool Cathedral if you are a yarn and thread stitcher of any skill and ability.
The Cathedral offers a ministry of prayer shawls which are given to baptism families, grieving families or at the request of loved ones. The shawls are blessed at one of our services before being distributed. New stitchers across all craft types are always welcome to join us. If you would like to know more please contact the prayer shawls coordinator, Stella Barnes at: email@example.com or phone 01517027278