This day will help us to think about both theoretical and practical aspects of what it is to do evangelism as liberals. We'll consider what liberal theologies of evangelism might look like, and practically, how as liberals we go about evangelism.
Join us and Open Table for a service to remember those who have died due to transphobia in the past year.
Open Table is a monthly service for LGBTQIA+ Christians, their families and friends, and all who seek an inclusive church.
Come join us and sing Songs of Hope and Protest in solidarity with the people of Palestine, with Chris Robson, Musical Director, Liverpool Socialist Singers. Learn stirring songs and harmonies. No singing experience is needed. We also offer cakes, refreshments and stalls with Palestinian goods. £10 or pay-what-you-can on the door. Numbers are limited, so please reserve your place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Proceeds to Medical Aid for Palestinians Charity no 1045315
With Councillor Sara Hyde, Founder, Justice Collective, Tracy Wild, CEO, Langley House Trust, Paula Harriott, Prison Reform Trust and Kate Green MP. Free entry. Refreshments served.
With Marsha De Cordova MP, Shadow Minister for Disabled People, Stephen Timms MP, Labour party Faith Envoy and Ema Revier CEO Trussel Trust. Free entry. Refreshments served.
Spend an evening with peace and equality advocate, Ruth Wilde, and comic storyteller, Peterson Toscano, as they reveal the many ways faith and faith communities are needed on our rapidly changing planet.
IT IS a real privilege to welcome the Revd Sarah Jones, Rector of Ross-on-Wye to Open Table & St Bride’s. Join us to hear Sarah share her story of transitioning gender, journeying through ordination as a Church of England priest and being outed by the national media.
We are delighted to share that Open Table Liverpool and Liverpool Cathedral are joining forces to host a reflective Post-Pride service in the Lady Chapel, the oldest and most beautiful part of this iconic city landmark. After a hectic weekend at Liverpool Pride, come along for a quiet time of music and reflection as we honour all the messages of love and thanks, wishes and prayers which people share on 'prayer flags' at the Open Table community stall during the festival.
Liverpool Pride is back for its ninth year, with the theme #AllTogetherNow, which encompasses every branch of the LGBTQIA+ and wider communities, coming together in celebration of equality and diversity no matter what their ethnicity, gender, sexuality, belief or however they define themselves.
Come along to St Bride’s, Percy Street, Liverpool L8 7LT on Monday 23rd July between 4.00-7.30pm to create some placards or banners to carry during the Liverpool Pride march sharing a message of radical Christian inclusion. Come when you can and go when you must!
For the first time, St Bride's is taking part in the Come Out of the Shadows campaign as part of the annual Liverpool Pride festival to show Liverpool as an LGBT+ friendly city for residents and visitors, whilst raising awareness and 'normalising' all LGBT+ identities within society.
This is a new theological book group for those who want the opportunity for theological discussion, learning and challenge at a deeper level than is possible in our other activities.
We are pleased to host Chris Rose, director of Amos Trust, a small, creative human rights organisation, committed to challenging injustice, building hope and creating positive change.
Bishop Paul will share reflections from his recent study leave on 'The Table' as an image for Christian life and mission.
Open Table, the monthly service at St Bride's for Liverpool’s LGBTQIA+ community, invites YOU to our tenth birthday communion service, led by Revd Dr Steven Shakespeare, author of Prayers for An Inclusive Church and Cate Jacobs, author of Climbing Mountains in the Dark.
BSL Interpretation will be available. The service will be followed by a shared meal of soup and bread, and of course rainbow cake!
YOGA - FOOD - CONVERSATION
We need YOU and your thoughts. We are aiming to find out just HOW yoga, arts, culture, events & entertainment impacts on our mental well-being.
Rev John Lansley, Methodist Minister in Pastoral Charge of Garston Park Church, and Chaplain of Fulwood Court, is offering the next of our Public Theology lectures on 'The Theology of Charity.'
You're invited this Sunday for Open Table Liverpool's communion service for Pentecost Sunday and also marking International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia, in support of the recognition of human rights for all, irrespective of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression. Refreshments from 6pm - #ComeAsYouAre