News

Enthusiastic welcome for the next Bishop of Liverpool

First published on: 21st October 2022

We announced Bishop John Perumbalath as the ninth Bishop of Liverpool at a series of events across our diocese.


Visit to Ghana brings new friendships and fresh understandings

First published on: 21st October 2022

Our links with Ghana were given an important boost last week following a visit from Bishop Bev and others. The group was in the country to learn from and pray with our Triangle of Hope partners.


Church Wigan provides a warm welcome this winter

First published on: 21st October 2022

As the temperature drops and the cost of heating rises, many families could struggle to make it through the winter. Churches across the Diocese are responding by providing warm spaces that are open to their communities.


Bishop Bev invites you to join her at the LifeCall vocations fair

First published on: 19th October 2022

Bishop Bev invites you to join her at the LifeCall vocations fair


Announcing the next Bishop of Liverpool

First published on: 18th October 2022

The next Bishop of Liverpool is to be The Right Reverend Doctor John Perumbalath


Lifetime congregation Penketh

First published on: 14th October 2022

First up is a café style church based in Penketh run by a group of volunteers from St Paul's. 


Report on the proceedings of Diocesan Synod

First published on: 14th October 2022

Diocesan Synod met on Saturday to discuss and agree on a range of items including the LDBF budget, the Clergy Covenant, and a Code of Conduct for PCCs.


We welcome announcement of energy grants for parishes

First published on: 14th October 2022

The Diocese of Liverpool has welcomed the announcement of the Energy Costs Grant from the Church of England. The grant, which will be distributed by dioceses, is intended to support PCCs with the cost of heating.


Meet our vocations team

First published on: 14th October 2022

Over the last few months, our Vocations Team has been reshaping with some new full and part-time staff. Here we introduce the team and their specific responsibilities to make it easier for you to make first contact with the person who can most quickly support you.


Understanding Scripture is necessary to understand the Kingdom of God.   

First published on: 6th October 2022

As we prepare to welcome Archbishop Stephen to deliver the 25th Archbishop Blanch lecture on November 22nd we speak to him about the lecture and the importance of Opening the Scriptures in today's society.


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