Pulpit Sunday, Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, Merseyside

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We visited Liverpool Cathedral yesterday, and I have never been in such a large building.  It amazed me how massive this Cathedral is and I loved it, it is just so different, didn’t think I would like it, but I did.  I will post about the Cathedral later, as it is quite remarkable.


11 Replies to “Pulpit Sunday, Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, Merseyside”

  1. Wow! I have never even seen Liverpool Cathedral. To me it doesn’t have the immediate appeal of older churches but I’m looking forward to seeing inside! 🙂

    1. Thats what I thought, we had to go Wales for work, near Wrexham, but Steve wanted to see Speke House near Liverpool, but it was closed until next weekend. So we thought we would go and look around Liverpool, not been there for 30 years. Steve said did I want to look at the Cathedral, I said no….but when I saw it I changed my mind. Its massive and really quite amazing, it was like being Alice in Wonderland when she shrunk, you would have to go to really understand, but hopefully the photos might show you 🙂

  2. I’m having trouble wrapping my head around this idea, they cemented the stone blocks together and then carved out the pulpit? Massive and beautiful! Looking forward to seeing more.

      1. I spent 3 years of my life looking at the outside of the Catholic cathedral as it is directly opposite Liverpool University where I took my first degree

  3. Lovely photo of the pulpit with the light and dark and colours coming out really well. Looking forward to more photos of this cathedral.

      1. Oh I SO know that one!! And I have always wanted to spend a night alone in a cathedral too! In the days of pilgrimage in Middle Ages people were allowed to sleep by the shrine overnight….but there were so many of them it was hardly a solitary experience!

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