Churches are invited to apply for Feast of Fun and Big Day Out grants, helping to provide more than 5,000 meals for children and families across the Diocese, this summer.
Ten practical actions churches and Christians can take towards helping safeguard God’s creation, and supporting our mission to being a Net Zero Carbon diocese by 2030.
"I pray we remain open to the disruptive and subversive work of the Spirit in our midst as the diocesan family - a message for Pentecost.
The Parish Giving Scheme (PGS) is one of the tools to do this, and moving all your givers across will significantly decrease the amount of time that Gift Aid Secretaries currently spend claiming the Gift Aid on tax-efficient gifts.
Revd Tim Coates shares the story of the growth of the church plant The Mount in St Helens. Part of the first Fit For Mission cohort, Tim describes the journey that the congregation and local community have been on, the challenges and opportunities that have arisen.
Rev Canon Elaine Jones, healing advisor to the Diocese, believes our church communities have so much to offer in providing healing communities through worship. Elaine has written this reflection on a recent talk by Rev Dr Russ Parker on healing wounded histories.
A special meeting of Diocesan Synod on Saturday heard Archdeacon Simon Fisher update members on the financial challenges that we face and our approach to tackling these.
With the deadline approaching for churches to complete their Energy Footprint Tool return, support is being provided to help anyone struggling with filing before July 31.
On Saturday 13 May, the day of the Eurovision Final, a delegation from the Ukrainian government visited Liverpool Parish Church in the centre of the City, just across the road from the entrance to the Eurovision Village
The Bishop of Liverpool, the Rt Revd John Perumbalath has led the tributes to King Charles as we mark his Coronation on Saturday