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1 week ago

Music for a Summer's Evening

The Millenium Group is organising an event that promises a wonderful experience for music lovers - Music for a Summer's Evening on Thursday the 25th of May at 7:30pm. It will be held at Christ the King & Our Lady Parish and tickets are £5 on the door. Tickets come with a complimentary cup of tea and a biscuit and there will also be a raffle.

The Liverpool Voice Choir is excited to present this event, and they look forward to seeing everyone there to share their love of music, and proceeds from this event will go to T.A.N.G.O., a charity based in St Helens who purchase basic household goods for vulnerable people.


Music for a Summer's Evening poster

1 month ago

Easter Break Reminder

Due to the Unitarian church closing for their Easter break there will be no rehearsals until the 20th of April!

2 months ago

Songs in the Park – A Mother’s Day Special!

Sunday the 19th March 2023 from 2:00pm - 4:00pm

On the eve of the first day of Spring, with buds emerging, birds singing, and the promise of lighter and brighter days ahead, it’s time to bid farewell to the darker days of the winter months and turn to new beginnings as we herald the arrival of spring. Let’s celebrate its appearance with music and songs chosen specially for the occasion! As the great bard himself put it:

“In the spring time, the only pretty ring time.

When birds do sing, hey ding a ding, ding;

Sweet lovers love the spring.”

Join Liverpool Voice Choir and friends as they return to the Palm House to present an afternoon of – “Songs in the Park – A Mother’s Day Special”


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3 months ago

Vigil for Ukraine

Friday February the 24th from 4:30pm

Liverpool Cathedral and Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral with the Ukrainian Catholic parish in Liverpool and the AUGB (Liverpool Branch) will mark the anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine with a special vigil on February the 24th. The vigil will start on the plaza of the Metropolitan Cathedral at 4:30pm before continuing at Liverpool cathedral at 5:30pm.

All are welcome to this vigil which will include speakers representing a range of faiths, a choir of Ukrainian singers, Evensong sung by Liverpool Cathedral Choir and space to reflect, light candles, pray and sit in peace.

Canon Tony O’Brein, Dean of the Metropolitan Cathedral, said ‘As a cathedral and Diocese we have close links with the Ukrainian community here on Merseyside and strong links with a Catholic Diocese in Ukraine. As we mark the first anniversary of the invasion of their sovereign territory, we stand with our Ukrainian brothers and sisters to pray for an end to the conflict, for peace and for a just settlement. We remember also the many innocent people who have lost their lives as a result of this war over the last 12 months.’

The Very Revd Dr Sue Jones Dean of Liverpool said ‘Liverpool Cathedral stands for peace among all peoples and we offer our prayers for peace, the people of Ukraine and those who have come to our city to escape the trauma of war. This conflict has affected many and daily we see people who need love and support through the consequences of this terrible war. So, we encourage all to come to be part of this special vigil.’

Rev. Dr Taras Khomych from the Ukrainian Catholic Parish added ‘This vigil is an expression of our solidarity with the Ukrainian people, who are defending not only their own territorial integrity and statehood but also the fundamental values of our civilisation such as freedom and human dignity against the attacks of a ruthless authoritarian regime. We will pray for all those who have sacrificed their lives in a struggle against this vicious aggression, which started in 2014 but escalated on 24 February 2022, as well as for the rule of justice and lasting people in Ukraine and around the world.’


Order of service


Vigil starts at Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral Plaza

Hear from speakers from a varietty of faiths

5pm People free to make their own way to Liverpool Cathedral

Evensong sung by Liverpool Cathedral Choir with appropriate readings and prayers.

Choir of Ukrainian singers lead a liturgy of the commemoration for the departed ones.


After evensong you will have the opportunity to light candles sit, pray and reflect as the cathedral remains open until 7pm

You can pray fort Ukraine at our website www.prayerforliverpool.org/requests

4 months ago

Locked Away, by John McHugh

2 years in the making and premiered with the musicians from The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra during the Good Business Festival, 'LOCKED AWAY' uses the melodies of speech and the haunting images of lockdown, to tell the real life stories from the pandemic. From the homeless person looking…

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