Here’s our latest What’s On leaflet. But please note that there has been a mistake with some of the dates for the Women’s Fellowship and the Contact Group meetings. They meet on the 2nd Monday of the month and not the 1st of the month! So the dates they will meet during this period will […]
We are having another Church tidy day. These days are an opportunity to get together and help make the church and grounds look clean and tidy. Anytime you can spare and any help you can give would be much appreciated We can find lots to do for the children too! Coffee, tea and biscuits provided […]
We opened our doors once again during National Heritage week. We welcomed over 100 people to our magnificent church There were guided tours from the Rector and the opportunity to hear the wonderful Father Willis organ when our organist Colin Porter did a short recital to finish the day We were also delighted to have […]
We had a wonderful evening on Saturday 9th February with the Liverpool Philharmonic Choir . There was a varied and most enjoyable program. We had a nearly full house and those that came enjoyed a very special concert. We are very grateful that the Philharmonic Choir chose us to host this event and we hope […]
We were delighted to have Bishop Paul worshipping with us today. He joined us for both our 10.00am Family JAM service and our 11.00am Service of the Word. He met with our families in the coffee bar after the family service and sampled one of our delicious sausage baps! At the 11.00am service he blessed […]
We are delighted to be hosting the Liverpool Philharmonic Choir for an evening concert in church on Saturday 9th February@ 7.30pm. This is an extremely prestigious event for us and we hope to be able fill the church! The Choir will be conducted by their Choirmaster Prof Ian Tracey. Entrance is free by ticket with a retiring collection to help support the […]
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"