Welcome to Mossley Hill Parish Church

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 and is described it as one of the best Victorian churches in Liverpool.

Services

We would love you to come and join us as we worship God together and see how Christian faith makes a difference in everyday life. We have a number of services large and small throughout the week to suit all.

Here for you

Pastoral Care is at the heart of the Church of England’s parish ministry. We are here for you to share life’s greatest moments, and most challenging times.

Children & Young people

Children and families are an important part of life at our church and are welcome to join all of our services. We also have groups for children by age where we nurture a vibrant real life faith.

We are now open again for in person services 

MOSSLEY HILL UPDATE 10

Get involved

We are able to offer a variety of groups for people to meet together regularly, for fellowship, discussion of relevant topics prayer and growth together.

our history

“One of the best Victorian churches in Liverpool” Pevsner, Nikolaus (2006), The Buildings of England: Lancashire: Liverpool and the South-West.

 What’s on

We are a very busy church family.  Have a look at all of our wonderful events coming up.

A Hilltop Church

We have been busy developing our supportive and sharing community in the area.

We have been reorganising and building within and around our church, creating a social space for our neighbourhood to connect.

We are a Hilltop  Church and have great views. From the top of the tower you can survey North Wales, the Pennines and the sweep of the Mersey estuary. The view we really enjoy though is the future.

We have many lively and gifted people of all ages as part of our Church family wanting to bless our Community and spread the message that God is Good all the time.

Generosity, gratitude, confidence that when we fail we are still loved – all of this focused on Jesus’ life and death and resurrection. That’s where we start in the lifelong job of being a Christian.