Bishop John to host Lifecall vocations event in July 

First published on: 14th June 2024

Register for your free place at the Lifecall Exploration Event on 15th July here.


Holy Trinity Southport's journey with the Parish Giving Scheme

First published on: 14th June 2024

Fr Tom Carpenter explains their approach to joining the scheme, and tempering anxieties within the church congregation

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Year 6 Leavers’ Services 2024

First published on: 14th June 2024

On four consecutive days in June the cathedral was jam-packed with a thousand Year 6 pupils as they celebrated their time in primary school


Church Wigan identify to retain 24 buildings and release 6 others

First published on: 14th June 2024

Wigan Deanery Synod strongly supported a proposal to retain 24 of their church buildings following a rigorous assessment of what they feel is needed for their work serving their local communities

Reflecting upon ten years of the Parish Giving Scheme

First published on: 7th June 2024

Diocesan Secretary for the Diocese of Liverpool, Mike Eastwood shares his thoughts and reflections on ten years of the Parish Giving Scheme

Faith in a fairer tax system

First published on: 6th June 2024

Bishop John is one of the signatories to an open letter asking the leaders of the main political parties to commit to a fairer tax system.

Statement regarding John Roberts

First published on: 6th June 2024

Following the conviction of John Roberts, the Bishop of Liverpool, the Rt Revd Dr John Perumbalath, has issued the following statement on behalf of the Diocese of Liverpool.

Energy Footprint Tool: How carbon tracking helped St Luke's, Crosby

First published on: 24th May 2024

How carbon tracking helped one church save 10% from their energy bills, and cut their carbon emissions by a tonne


‘Eco Deanery’ - Sefton North secures 14 Eco Church Awards

First published on: 24th May 2024

Sefton North is being hailed the Diocese of Liverpool’s first ‘Eco Deanery’, with all 14 churches now holding either a Bronze or Silver Eco Church award.


A message for Pentecost from the Bishop of Liverpool

First published on: 15th May 2024

Pentecost is a feast of hope. We cannot live productively without hope. Pentecost reminds us of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ and the power that it gives to life, with the assurance that “the best is yet to be.”

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