In November 2014 we held an event to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the start of WW1. On Saturday 3rd November 4 years later the Mossley Hill Community commemorated the 100 year anniversary of the end of WW1. We were delighted to be able to welcome the Lord Lieutenant , the High Sheriff , Deputy Lord […]
We had an amazing day when we opened our Church as part of the National Heritage Days Scheme We welcomed over 120 visitors who were able to tour the church with our Rector and enjoy coffee, cake or a light lunch in our new coffee bar. We are looking forward to being part of this […]
Great News! – Mossley Hill Church Wins Green Apple Award Our architects, Denovo Design, submitted our Vision Project work for the Annual Green Apple Awards for the Built Environment & Architectural Heritage held at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London last Monday, We were awarded the following: Building and Construction – Bronze Winner […]
The Liverpool Cathedral choir and Organist performed an hour’s recital of popular choral and organ music sung at Royal weddings through the ages in our church on Thursday 17th May @7.pm. It was something very special. We were delighted to host this event and it was a unique opportunity to hear the choir sing in a parish church setting. […]
A massive thank you to everyone who came to help with our Church tidy day. Despite the rain we got so much done both inside and out. The church has never been so clean and tidy! Many people were with us for the day whilst others popped in and out for an hour or so. […]
What an amazing day it was! We had over 120 visitors and 70 of which took advantage of the 3 guided tours led by our Rector. The Coffee bar did a roaring trade with coffee, cake, light lunches and afternoon teas. It was buzzing all day with people chatting and enjoying a drink or food […]
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"