Going deeper: What do I have to offer?
When a person walks through the door at St Bride's, we recognise their value as a child of God and ask no more of them. Of course, many people want to 'give something back', and there are many ways to do that. If you would like to get more involved, have a chat with the Church Wardens.
Everyone at St Bride's brings their own uniqueness and experience, and this variety helps to make St Bride's the special place that it is. Just sitting with someone after the service and chatting over coffee can be enough. And, of course, serving the coffee is a vital part of Sunday morning!
There are also people with more formal skills. Musicians, singers, speakers, writers and artists can all find a way to express their talents.
There are lots of ways to get more involved at St Bride's, from helping to tidy up after the service to joining one of our groups. Find something to get involved with that you will enjoy. Just don't try to do everything!
Since the relaunch in 2007 St Bride's has taken an intentional approach to marketing, from our logo with it's cheeky exclamation mark to this website, all of our materials offer a unified message. You can help develop the future direction of our publicity by joining the Marketing Group.
Small groups offer the opportunity to deepen relationships and to support and inspire one another. Soul Friends groups meet, typically once a month, to share food and fellowship and the opportunity to listen to one another in an accepting environment.
And yes, like any other organisation, we need hard cash in order to continue the work we do. Any amount, however small, really does make a difference. If you are a UK tax payer, your financial contribution can be increased through Gift Aid.
St Bride’s is managed by the Parochial Church Council of the Ecclesiastical Parish of St. Luke in the City, Liverpool which is UK Registered Charity number 1152031.