Month: October 2017

Joint Service and Save a Cow

The Wavertree Group of Churches (St. Bridget and St. Thomas’, Holy Trinity and St. Mary’s) hold periodic joint services: these are an opportunity to meet together in worship and praise of God. The most recent service took place at St. Bridget and St. Thomas’ on Sunday 8 October in celebration of harvest. Of course, as city dwellers, we can feel quite distant from the harvesting of crops: not many of us have a combine harvester tucked in the shed!  However, the service was an opportunity to recognise that our food does not just miraculously appear: it is the product...

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Andy Heber

Andy Heber: My road to Ministry I joined St. Bridget’s Church in January 1990, shortly after moving into my new house just around the corner in Bligh Street Wavertree, having begun work in Liverpool as a Diocesan Social Worker in the South Liverpool Deanery.  I spent 8 happy years at St. Bridget’s, making some great friends, meeting with God and constantly being inspired by Bill Sanders’ ministry and example, before leaving in September 1997 and moving to Bristol to begin my training for ordination. My call to ministry was a gradual one. I was extremely happy in my job...

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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