Liverpool Diocese is excited to announce the launch of a controlled rollout of 30 contactless donation machines to churches that are successful in their application, with thanks to the National Giving Team for funding this project.
Farewell sermon of the Bishop of Liverpool, Bishop Paul Bayes
At their meeting in February 2022, General Synod made changes to the faculty jurisdiction system aimed at supporting churches to become net-zero carbon by 2030. Ven Pete Spiers outlined the intention behind the changes:
The Bishop of Warrington has offered her thoughts on the farewell service to Bishop Paul as he and Kate head off to retirement.
It is important to talk about money and giving not simply as a transaction but as part of our discipleship and worship. This step gives tips on how you can achieve this.
When we announced that Paul Bayes was to be the Bishop of Liverpool Maggie Swinson and Stuart Haynes interviewed him to introduce him to our diocese. As he prepares to retire we got together again as we reflect on his time as Bishop of Liverpool.
As Bishop Paul retires we spoke to a range of people across our diocese to see how he made a bigger difference
Organised by Equipping Christian Leadership in an Age of Science, the survey explores the relationship between faith and science
We are committed to taking the Church of England's Net Zero target for 2030 seriously. Here we introduce some of the work we are exploring in this area.
Charities and increasingly churches have shown great success in digital giving. So this practical step gives hints on how you can go digital.