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Welcome to St Bride’s:

Our Holy Week Services

Tuesday 16th April 12.15pm
@ Meeting Room 2, 4th Floor, Central Library:
A Taste of God

Wednesday 17th April 9.15am
@ St Bride’s: Stations of the Cross

Maundy Thursday 18th April 7.30pm
@ St Dunstan’s: A Celebration of the Last Supper

Good Friday 19th April 12pm
@ St Michael in the City: Reflection Service

Good Friday 19th April 2pm
@ St Bride’s: An Hour at the Cross Service

20th April Easter Sunday Services

10.00am @ St Bride’s Communion Service

10.00am @ St Dunstan’s Communion Service

11.00am @ St Michael’s Communion Service

6.30pm @ St Bride’s Open Table Easter Sunday Communion Service

Week of Monday 15th April

Monday 15th April

11.00am-2.00pm @ St Michael in the City: Micah Community Market & Cafe: Come here for your discount groceries. A delicious free will meal, made by the Faiths4Change team is also here to enjoy at our cafe.

6.00-7.00pm@ St Bride’s:  Hillsborough Vigil to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Hillsborough tragedy

7.30pm@ St Michael in the City:  Annual PCC Meeting

Tuesday 16th April

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 17thApril

9.15am Morning Prayer @ St Bride’s: followed by tea and coffee

2.00-5.00pm @ St Bride’s: Refugee Women Connect Group - Please note that during this time St Bride's is a women's only space

7..30pm @ St Bride’s:  OpenTable Lent Course, Sixth Session: On Wednesdays during Lent, we'll watch and discuss the hugely popular film ‘The Greatest Showman’ about the founder and stars of the Barnum & Bailey Circus, particularly from a queer perspective. Canon Rachel Mann who has led OpenTable services in Liverpool, Manchester and London, has written this Lent course exploring themes of hope, redemption and new life.

PLUS Bishop Paul leads a Lent Course on his new book ‘The Table’, at Liverpool Cathedral, 7.30pm. A group from this parish will be attending.

Thursday 18th April

12.30pm-2.30pm Micah Emergency Food Aid

Friday 19th April

Easter Sunday 21st April

10.00am @ St Bride’s: Easter Sunday Holy Communion

10.00am @ St Dunstan’s: Easter Sunday Eucharist followed by tea and coffee      

11.00am @ St Michael’s: Easter Sunday Holy Communion followed by tea and coffee.

12.30pm Narcotics Anonymous

6.30pm@St Bride’s:  Open Table Easter Sunday Communion Service - our ecumenical Christian worship community offers a warm welcome to people who are:  Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Asexual (LGBTQIA), and all who seek an inclusive Church.  Doors open 6pm for refreshments.  For more details about Open Table see opentable.lgbt


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