Sunday, May 6<sup>th</sup> is the third annual God Parents' Sunday. It's an opportunity to invite recent baptism families to come along with godparents to a special service. And it would seem that contact like this is crucial for church growth as Sue Mitchell, Children & Families' Missioner explains.
Being an ordained minister isn't just one type of thing. As well as â€˜full-time vicars' there are people, full-time and part-time, serving God in a wide variety of different roles.
That is a question that the Just Finance Foundation's â€˜Building a Fairer Financial System in Liverpool City Region Summit' hopes to address.
Rev Canon Malcolm Rogers, Bishop of Liverpool's Canon for Reconciliation has spent two years bringing an initiative â€“ the Triangle of Hope to fruition.
That is exactly what The GRA:CE Project aims to find out. Could your parish help take part in this research project seeking to understand the relationship between church growth, social action and discipleship within the Church of England?
Over 800 people from across the Diocese gathered at Liverpool Cathedral on Saturday, 21st April to bid an emotional farewell to Bishop Richard.
As Diocesan Synod meet on March 24<sup>th</sup> to look at a different option for our Parish Share System, we find out more about what's called Option 2. Over the next couple of weeks we ask what it is, how it works and why the time may be right for it to be considered again.<br />
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Independent community theologian, Ann Morisy, will be presenting this year's Micah Lecture: â€˜Resilience and the risk of lopsided justice' on 18 June at Liverpool Cathedral. Ahead of the lecture, we spoke to Ann to find out more about her life as a community theologian and author.
On Saturday we hold Bishop Richard's Farewell service in our cathedral. To mark this today we publish a series of reflections from the Bishop from his time here. We also publish his final address to Synod