Ministry in the City

Throughout the year we hold various events and courses to bring the Gospel to those who work in the City of Liverpool.  From our monthly Early Morning Prayer and Bible Study, through to an introduction to Christianity course (details of the Faith Matters Course 2015 here), our ministry is to be a resource and Christian presence to the business and professional life of Liverpool.

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Community Choir

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In collaboration with the Liverpool BID Company, our Community Choir for residents and members of the business community meets every Wednesday from 5.30pm. Everyone can sing, even if someone once told you that you couldn’t! Members of the choir come from all backgrounds and with a range of musical experience. We are always looking for new members, so just come along. For further information, please contact

Our Lady & St Nicholas’ Educational Fund

The Church administers a small charity (Charity number: 1068147) which makes small grants to promote the education of people under the age of 25 within the Parish. The Church Council takes a broad view of how education might be supported and has made grants to individuals and families through local schools as well as other agencies.

Lent Talks

The Liverpool Parish Church Lent Talks have been going since before the Second World War.  They are part of our ‘gift’ to the City, providing occasions which can be entertaining, stimulating, and provocative.  Details of the next series will be found on the website as soon as available.

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Food Bank Collections

Liverpool Parish Church, together with other city centre churches, and led by the two cathedrals, supports the Micah foodbank. We collect donations just inside the main doors 365 days a year. We also provide volunteers for Micah, as we have for many years. We remain the main donation point in the commercial district, as well as actively connect businesses in our area to Micah. Finally, the Rector is a trustee of Micah, and supports its leadership and governance. Micah provides an essential resource for Liverpool residents from many walks of life and ethnic backgrounds, from asylum seekers who have been in the United Kingdom for only a few days to UK nationals who have never lived outside of Liverpool. You can read more about Micah here.

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Study Group

A study group has been meeting online since Lent 2021, on the third Wednesday of each month at 7.15 pm. We discuss contemporary Christian issues, especially contemporary Christian ethics, and tend to ground our discussions in our responsibilities towards each other. However, our conversations have ranged from the importance of the Eucharist, to the involvement of faith in politics, to the notion of Hell, and much more. Preparatory readings are quite short (normally not more than 10-12 pages) and are sent out a week ahead of time.

New attendees are always welcome.

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Groups that Meet in our Space

Some of the groups that meet in our space are partners in ministry and service to the city.  Alcoholics Anonymous and Gamblers Anonymous groups have met here weekly for many years, and other groups meet at different intervals.  If you would like to talk to us about developing new ideas for serving the community then drop us a line.

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