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This week at St Bride's

St Bride’s November Theme: God’s Grannies The disruptive women in Matthew’s genealogy of Jesus


Sunday 18th November - Second Sunday Before Advent

10.00am Taize Service followed by tea and coffee.

12.30pm Narcotics Anonymous

6.30pm(Gathering refreshment at 6.00pm)@ St Bride’s:  Transgender Day of Remembrance Join us for a special service to remember those who have died due to transphobia in the past year.  All are welcome to this Open Table service. Website: opentable.lgbt

Monday 19th November

11.00am-2.00pm @ St Michael in the City -  Community Market Here you can buy your discount groceries, in support of our partner charity Micah Food Bank. A Pay As You Feel lunch is also available

Tuesday 20th November

10.30am-1.30pm Refugee Women Connect Support Group - Please note that during this time St Bride's is a women's only space

6.30pm-8.30pm i Choir - Open access community choir, with focus on well-being and mental health

Wednesday 21st November

9.15am Morning Prayer - followed by tea and coffee!   You are welcome to join us for this midweek spiritual boost.

Thursday 22nd November

12.30pm-2.30pm Micah Emergency Food Aid

Friday 23rd November

10.am-2.00pm Red Cross Refugee Project - Drop-in centre

Saturday 24th November

12.30pm-6.30pm@St Michael in the City:  Liverpool Migrant Solidarity Network presents a Training Day! A day of workshops (donations are welcome) informing and guiding us. Supported by the Public and Practices research cluster of the University of Liverpool Workshops held at St Michael’s are:

  • 12.30pm - 3.00pm ‘Docs not Cops’

  • 3.30pm - 6.00pm ‘Anti-Raids Workshop’

Sunday 25th November - Christ the King

10.00am Holy Communion followed by tea and coffee.

12.30pm Narcotics Anonymous

6.30pm Centering Prayer, an ancient form of contemplative prayer based on the centuries-old Christian text The Cloud of Unknowing.

6.30pm@St Michael in the City: That Music Thing, a cross between a community orchestra, a community choir and worship, we are all about making music and building community together. Bring an instrument if you play one, but it’s not necessary. You can sing, or pick some simple percussion to join in. All music is provided. Music starts at 6.30pm then we enjoy a delicious meal together at break. Bring along something to share if you like. A new Sunday music celebration, That Music Thing is at St Bride’s on the Second Sunday and at St Michael in the City on the Fourth Sunday. Join in and make music from your heart.


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