Black History Month

‘In setting forth, we may find ourselves.
In arriving, we may find home.’

An evening of poetry, music and fellowship took place on 3 October 2020. The line up evoked a sense of our common heritage, poetry that sings to our shared humanity, poetry that elevates and lifts us. This evening event continued the commemoration of the unveiling of a flagstone to Abell, an enslaved African, and the first recorded black resident of Liverpool buried in the parish churchyard on October 1st, 1717. You can follow the events from the livestream which is still available here