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CTMH update 7.3.18



Wednesday 7th March

“The Shack” Liverpool Cathedral 7.00pm – 9.30pm

Spread over two evenings, we will examine the emotionally-charged story which ponders the question ‘Where is God when the world is full of brokenness?’

During this second session, you’ll discover some of the background to the story and its author before discussing the themes raised. Entrance: Scott Suite Entrance (Cathedral Car Park side). 

Friday 9th March

 Friday Fellowship – All Hallows Church 10.00am - Noon

Join us each Friday for refreshments, jigsaws, board games.  All welcome, just turn up, or for more information ring Nicola Milford 724 1561


Monday 12th March

CTMH Social Walking Group:  Prison Ministry, Childwall and Beyond


WINGS with Dame Lorna Muirhead  St Barnabas, 2.00pm

Dame Lorna Muirhead – formerly Lord Lieutenant of Merseyside, is speaking at St Barnabas Church ladies WINGS (Women in Gods Service) meeting. This will commence at 2pm and all are welcome. Refreshments will be available. Dame Lorna is a very interesting and amusing speaker and is well worth listening to. For further information contact Sheila Dundas on 01517243566.

Liverpool Cathedral Lent lecture Series  7.00pm – 9.00pm

In the centenary of the end of the First World War, this year's Lent Lecture Series Never the same again, our resident canons review the difference that time period made to their area of ministry. Each lecture covers a theme based around this. Ideal as an individual or as a course of lectures.

12th March: Worship: Canon Myles - 'Patterns of Worship'

19th March: Theology: Canon Paul - 'How World War 1 Changed Theological Thinking'.

Tuesday 13th March


Every Tuesday at St Barnabas 10.30am - Noon

St Barnabas Church host a Lodge Lane Credit Union drop in service in church.  A full range of Credit Union services is available.

Also, Liverpool City Council has commissioned a drop-in support service, which is run by the Riverside Housing Floating Support Team and promotes the wellbeing and independence of vulnerable people in Liverpool.   Advice on matters such as, budgeting, debt management, accessing benefits and finding/sustaining accommodation is available.

Tea and coffee is available between 10.30am and noon.

Friday 16th March 

Friday Fellowship – All Hallows Church 10.00am - Noon

Join us each Friday for refreshments, jigsaws, board games.  All welcome, just turn up, or for more information ring Nicola Milford 724 1561

Saturday March 17th,

Spring Fair,  Allerton URC, 2.00 - 4.00 pm.

Everyone is extremely welcome, Just come along and pay at the door - £1 (including light refreshments) children 50p which includes entry to the Activity Room where they can have fun making craft items to take home. There will be a pets corner and stalls including cakes, craft, jewellery, preserves, glassware, flowers and plants plus raffle and tombola.

Liverpool Welsh Choral, Voices of Lent, All Hallows Church, 7.30 p.m.

Surrounded by the beautiful Pre-Raphaelite Burne-Jones windows, come and listen to some calm and reflective music for Lent. The programme includes Chilcott's Requiem and Haydn's Little Organ Mass. 
Conductor: Keith Orrell Organ: Stephen Hargreaves. Tickets - all £12.50 on the door or from Mavis Owens -0151 652 6374 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Liverpool Festival Choir Concert, St Barnabas Church, 7.30 p.m.

Enjoy the Liverpool Festival Choir and support St Barnabas Church, Admission £5 including refreshments


Friday 23rd March

Friday Night is Film Night – Elm Hall Drive 7.00 for 7.30pm start

An unlikely and devoted alliance from the days of Empire. Certificate PG.   Refreshments before screening and during interval. All Welcome, Admission free, Donations welcome 

Saturday 24th March

Easter Crafts for Kids. Elm Hall Drive, 4.00pm


Tuesday 27th March 

            From Whence we have Come;  to where are we going?

Liverpool Cathedral, Concert Room,  7.30pm

Merseyside Council of Christians and Jews is delighted to host this special evening in Liverpool Cathedral.  Canon Andrew White, Emeritus Vicar of Baghdad, reflects on his time as a Priest in the Middle East.

Canon Andrew White is internationally recognised for his relief & reconciliation work in Iraq & the Middle East. He has been involved in many hostage negotiations & played a key role in ending the siege at the Church of The Nativity in Jerusalem during the Spring of 2002 & was also kidnapped himself in 2004. Until recently, he pastored one of the largest churches in Baghdad where he is now the Emeritus Vicar. Since returning from Iraq, Andrew personally supports a community of refugees that have fled Iraq & now resides in Jordan.

Lecture in the Concert Room, access via the Scott Entrance.  Free, no booking required. Light refreshments will be served from 7 pm. until the start of the event. 

Saturday 31st March

City Centre Walk of Witness – 2pm 

Led by the Archbishop of Liverpool and Bishop of Liverpool the Holy Saturday Walk of Witness is an important ecumenical statement to the wider community. The walk will start from the Piazza at the Metropolitan Cathedral at 2pm  finishing at Liverpool Parish Church with refreshments. Bishop Paul said “Holy Saturday is an important time of reflection and a great day to bear witness to our faith ahead of the resurrection. I encourage as many fellow Christians to join us on this walk”

Wednesday 11th April

Church Open Day:  St Matthew and St James,  Mossley Hill, 10am – 4pm

Mossley Hill Parish Church will be open from 10.00am until 4.00pm to showcase our new look following the rebuilding and reordering which has taken place during the last two years. A film will be shown and new visitor guides available as part of our heritage trail project. Refreshments will be also be available. Please come and visit!

Monday 23rd April

Eleanor Rathbone Lecture,  Bethel Welsh Church,  7.30pm

Bethel Presbyterian Church of Wales, Heathfield Road, Liverpool 15  entrance  Auckland Road )  in co-operation with the Liverpool  branch of the University of Wales Alumni  invite you to celebrate   100 years of  the Vote for Women over 30  years of age ( 1918-2018 )   by attending a lecture  given by Reverend Professor Dr D .Ben Rees on Eleanor Rathbone (1872-1946 ) who fought for the Vote , Refugees and Family. Chairman: Councillor Richard Kemp,CBE.  A collection will be made towards the  Liverpool branch.


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