Month: March 2017

Art Exhibition March 2017

INSPIRED – an exhibition of art by Liverpool artists or about Liverpool – was our church’s first try at putting on an exhibition.  We knew we had the space to do it; we knew we had the enthusiasm to do it: but could we do it?  After several months of planning, we began by ordering materials for a system of display which would allow us to put up boards without doing any damage to our building’s magnificent marble pillars.  the display was itself the ‘inspired’ work of Dr. Richard Hooper, a lecturer at Liverpool Hope University and – fortunately...

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History of St Bridgets Wavertree

As we approach one hundred and fifty years of the church, let us look back at the History of St. Bridget’s Wavertree and see how it has fared in a changing world. The first part describes the early history and the first 100 years of life in the church (the information is based on extracts from a publication written by the Reverend Peter Pritchard who was curate at St. Bridget’s when the 100th anniversary took place). The second part covers events from 1972 and is based on extracts from St. Bridget’s records. Obviously, among all the other countless important...

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About St Bridget and St Thomas’s Wavertree

Welcome to the website of St. Bridget and St. Thomas's Church at the heart of Wavertree in Liverpool.

An Anglican place of worship, its building and people have been serving the community since 1872. Today, we continue to serve our widely diverse local population in a range of ways.

We hope you will find something to interest you on our site, whether it's our history, our noted architecture, or perhaps our current worship and activities.

We would love to welcome you into our beautiful building, where we serve God and community with passion and pride. Take a look: perhaps you'll be impressed by who we are and what we're doing.

Get in touch if there's something you'd like to know - and if you have memories of our past, we'd love to hear from you!

Weekly Services

10.45a.m. every Sunday morning, either Holy Communion or Morning Prayer