A big “thank you” to everyone who has already responded to the Vision Project Appeal. With your help we have raised over £22,000. The offer of matched funding doubles this to over £44,000, and means we are well on our way towards achieving our target of £60,000. Don’t worry if you haven’t yet had chance […]
We have been updating the Electoral Roll. If you are over 16 and wanted to join the church’s Electoral Roll you needed to complete a form and hand it to me or to one of the Wardens or place in the box on the church table by 1st April 2018. The roll is now therefore closed until after […]
Lent is the time of the year we think about Dr Ruth Hulser and the amazing work she does in Tabora. To her, every penny counts. Would you be able to help fill her petrol tank? The Little Red Car has been at the back of church again for you to fill up with your pennies and […]
The Christingle Service on Christmas Eve 2017 raised £930 In addition the collection boxes opened in 2017 raised £942.29 and old £1 coins £71 All these vital funds will be used to further the work of The Children’s Society. Thank you to everybody for all your ongoing support.
Postage Stamps Help cure leprosy by saving your postage stamps from your mail. Keith Steen has placed a box at the back of church on the new heritage table to put your stamps into and he collects them at the end of the service each week. Thank you for all those people who regularly save their […]
The Church of St Matthew and St James stands at the top of the hill in Rose Lane, Mossley Hill, Liverpool. It is an active Anglican parish church in the deanery of Liverpool South Childwall, the archdeaconry of Liverpool and the diocese of Liverpool. The church is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II* listed building. The authors of the Buildings of England series describe it as "one of the best Victorian churches in Liverpool"