Ministry in the City

Many of our events and exhibitions are a draw to those who live or work in the City Centre and our activities are open to everyone. We also provide opportunities for people to engage with some of the social justice issues in our City. The clergy and members of the congregation sit as trustees for a range of charities across the City, as well as working with local authorities and other organizations to work for the benefit of Liverpool.

For more information about any of our projects, please get in touch using the Contact Form.

Homelessness

The installation of the Homeless Jesus sculpture in the Gardens was the beginning of our work on public engagement with issues surround street homelessness. As well as being at the heart of policy formation and development in the City, the Rector is chair of a multi-agency campaign group called Change Liverpool. Jointly with the Community Foundation for Lancashire and Merseyside, in 2019 we held a significant conference on homelessness in Liverpool and later launched the Homelessness Business Charter – Visit Website.

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.

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, as well as maintaining donation points within some city centre businesses and apartment blocks. The Rector is a trustee, and the Church also provides volunteers for Micah.

Shared Reading Group

The experience of reading a text together enables us to respond in different ways within a group. Our Shared Reading Group is part of an initiative by The Reader and meets on Wednesdays at 6pm.

Lauda Project

We collaborate with our neighbours in the St Luke in the City Team to run a project for young people in the Roma Community in the Smithdown Road area. Activities are based at St Dunstan’s Church on Earle Road.

Alcoholics Anonymous

We have three Alcoholics Anonymous groups which meet weekly on Monday and Tuesday evenings and Thursday lunchtimes.

Eco Church

We promote sustainability in the world, and we are working to reduce the environmental impact of our building and activities by reducing our carbon footprint. In addition, our Eco Church group challenges and educates the congregation throughout the year with projects and speakers.

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