Liverpool Cathedral is more than an iconic building. It’s a vibrant, active place that the people of the city, regions and world encounter in many ways.
People choose to have a relationship with Liverpool Cathedral us for many reasons: to support the range of styles and traditions of worship, to ensure that this Grade I architectural wonder is passed on to future generations, or as a proud tribute to the city they love.
During this time of Lockdown we have had plenty of time to reflect on how fortunate we are and how difficult it is for institutions we depend on. We made a decision to increase our monthly, gift aided, donation. A drop in the pond, we know , but who knows how far the ripples spread.
- Peter Woods, High Sheriff of Merseyside for 2018-2019
Well known admirers of Liverpool Cathedral
Liverpool Cathedral is unique, as is the city.
– Archbishop of Canterbury, The Most Revd and Rt Hon Justin Welby, speaking to the Liverpool Echo in 2007 during his previous role as Dean of Liverpool
When I met up with John, he had a flat at Gambier Terrace, the first place I ever went to stay out all night. We`d kip on mattresses on the kitchen floor listening to some Johnny Burnett record, and still the Cathedral would loom at you through every window of the flat. You couldn`t escape it.
– Sir Paul McCartney
It is one of the great buildings of the world … the impression of vastness and height no words can describe.
– Sir John Betjeman
Visitors from around the world
This is a must see when visiting Liverpool! This place is stunning and unlike any other church I've ever been to! The interior is amazing, you will not be disappointed.
– Gill, a recent visitor from Canada
Majestic, I definitely recommend that you visit it.
– Carlos, a recent visitor from Mexico
We came here in summer for my sister’s graduation and I was blown away by how gorgeous the building was.
– Jessica, from St Helens