St Bride’s Liverpool

image St Bride’s is the Church of England’s Parish Church for the University and Canning area of Liverpool. We are committed to a vision of faith which is creative in worship, progressive in thought and inclusive of everyone. We’re offering something radically different from most mainstream churches.

If a community whose life is centred around LGBT, multifaith, meditation, music, arts, peace work & ecology sounds like fun then come along!


Palm Sunday 13th April 
10am All Age Service “Stones and a Cross – on the Way”

6.30pm “The Well” Celtic Worship Community (refreshments from 6pm) 

Monday 14th April

8.30am Morning Prayer

6.00pm Open Door Café

Wednesday 16th April

9am Morning Prayer

8pm Evening Prayer and Worship “The Stones Cry Out”

Maundy Thursday 17th April
7pm All Age Agape Meal at St Michael’s Upper Pitt Street

7.30pm Maundy liturgy at St Dunstan’s Earle Road with Canon Richard Giles

Good Friday 18th April

8.30am Morning Prayer

10am A Liturgy of Lament

6pm “The Well” Agape Meal and creative worship

Holy Saturday 19th April
2pm Ecumenical walk of witness in the City Centre. Meet at the Bombed Out Church

Easter Sunday 20th April
10am Easter Communion “Stones into Bread”

6.30pm Open Table LGBT Worship Community (refreshments 6pm)

Sunday 27th April

10am Short service of morning prayer followed by Church AGM

6.30pm “Ruach-Blessing” Prayerful movement infusing Christian spirituality with Xi Gong Tai Xi movement.

Morning Prayer at St Bride’s every Monday at 8.30am (new time!), every Wednesday at 9am and during Lent, every Friday at 8.30am in the Prayer Room

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St Bride’s is on Percy St/Catharine St Liverpool L8 7LT 

email:  or call 07932 543 900

Thursday Ruach-Blessing Temporary Move

During the current closure of St Luke’s Bombed out Church, we shall be at the Quaker Peace Garden off School Lane, (round the back of Radio Merseyside) 1 o’clock every Thursday lunchtime, in the foyer of the Quaker Meeting House if its wet.

St Brides Eight Week Mindfulness Course Starts 7th May


Mindfulness is a concept which comes to us from the Buddhist tradition but is in some way found in all the major religions. It can be practiced by people of all faiths and none. It enables us to be grounded in our own bodies, aware of each moment and to learn to respond skilfully to the stresses of everyday life.

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Hope+ Foodbank Stats Reveal Causes of Hunger in Liverpool

Posted by Guy Elsmore


The graph above shows some of the latest stats from Hope+ Foodbank, a project partnership between the two Cathedrals and the St Luke in the City Team including St Bride’s, where food for up to 200 people is distributed every week.

There has been much political debate about the origins of the latest wave of food poverty. The graph above is instructive as it shows the reasons fairly clearly. 

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Christian Aid Week at St Bride’s


Roadmap to Apartheid. The multi-award winning film about Palestinian life under Israeli occupation will be shown at St. Brides Church, Percy Street, Liverpool  L8 7LT Monday 12th May 7.30 p.m.

Free. (There will be a collection for Christian Aid’s work in Palestine/Israel)

Coming Out as a Liberal Christian

By Philip Goff

I have recently found religion.

Let me very quickly follow this up with a ‘negative creed’ of the things I don’t believe in the literal truth of:

I don’t believe in a supernatural person.
I don’t believe that the world was created in 6 days.

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