This parish has a long and illustrious history and many generations have worshipped here over the 120 years of its existence.
The Church is well-known and loved. A fuller history of the church and its artifacts can be found in a pamphlet written by Monsignor John Furnival the current parish priest. Today it continues to draw large numbers to Sunday mass, baptisms, weddings and, naturally, funerals, in the course of the year.
You can access Mass times and information about the church and parish and also to the weekly newsletter. Links can be found to other local churches in the area, Pastoral Area activities and ecumenical partnership.
We hope you will find the information interesting and helpful and we would ask you to let others know of the existence of this website
MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AND STREAMED LIVE FROM CHURCH ON SUNDAYS AT 10.30 am.
A RECORDED MASS FOR THE SICK AND PRAYERS FOR HEALING.
All donations will be sent to the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of the Holy Family of London.
The text numbers are:
(Texts will cost the donation amount plus one standard network rate message.)
Officers at the St Margaret Clitherow Centre will be collecting items at our 40 parish centres across the archdiocese as well as at our offices on Croxteth Drive to donate to the people of Ukraine.
Items that we will be collecting will include:
To volunteer with the appeal, please email email@example.com
Friday 15th July 2022
Please click the link below
Please ask your friends to use this email tool and share this on social media, email or WhatsApp: https://righttolife.org.uk/endDIY
A Christian charity working across the UK to connect struggling families into communities by offering support, hope and belonging.
We work in partnership with the local church and we wanted to let you know that we support families in your local area, throughout Knowsley and Sefton.
Please click the following link:
The Prayer Circle in our parish is a way of keeping prayers going for the intentions of all in need, especially as it has continued to function during this time of the pandemic. The Prayer Circle is now in its sixth year, and its members pray daily in their own time for three intentions requested and are given new intentions each month. Intentions remain on the list for 6 months.
There is some lovely feed-back from people who have appreciated the prayers. If you would like to be a member and are willing to pray in your own time for three intentions each day, or put in a request for prayers or just find out more about the Prayer Circle then please contact Bernie Callaghan who organises this (and to whom we are very grateful) Contact Tel. 928 2558
First Holy Communion 2022 Click here to get the form.