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At the end of January for National Holocaust Day FACT are screening Anne Frank Parallel Stories, with Helen Mirren. In February the Walking Group are offering a tour of Bishop Eton Church


Friday 24th January

JINGLE TOTS  All Hallows: 9:30am

A Toddler Group meeting in the All Hallows Centre, small hall, come along for fun, games, singing, art, refreshments and more… no need to book, we look forward to seeing you there!  Please contact Nicola  or 0151 724 1561 for more information.


Friday Night is FILM NIGHT – Elm Hall Drive 7.00 for 7.30pm start

The Unlikely friendship between a wealthy quadriplegic and his caretaker.  Certificate PG13 with Subtitles.  Refreshments before screening and during interval. All Welcome, Admission free, Donations welcome.  www.ehdchurch.co.uk  Email  



Monday 27th, Tuesday 28th & Thursday 30th


For National Holocaust Day, in memory of the millions of Jews who lost their lives, Legendary actress Helen Mirren retraces the life of Anne Frank through the pages of her diary and introduces the viewer to five other women who, as young girls, were also deported to concentration camps during World War II in the new film, Anne Frank: Parallel Stories, which comes FACT on Wood Street starting January 27th.

Monday 27th   18.15
Tuesday 28th  15.00 Silver Screen
Thursday 30th 12.00 Silver Screen

            For further details contact FACT www.fact.co.uk/cinema

Tuesday 28th January


Every Tuesday at St Barnabas 10.30am - Noon

St Barnabas Church host a Lodge Lane Credit Union drop in service in church.  A full range of Credit Union services is available.

There is also a drop-in support service, run by the Riverside Housing Floating Support Team which promotes the wellbeing and independence of vulnerable people in Liverpool.   Advice on matters such as, budgeting, debt management, accessing benefits and finding/sustaining accommodation is available.

Tea and coffee is available between 10.30am and noon. 

Wednesday  29th January

LUNCH CLUB – Elm Hall Drive Methodist – Noon – 1.45pm

A warm welcome to anyone who would like to join this happy group. 

Meeting each Wednesday at Elm Hall Drive Church for a freshly cooked two course meal, followed by tea and cake, for £3.

Friends can of course sit together!

If you would like to come, why not persuade your friends too, phone Mo on  724 3103.  Look forward to seeing you!


South Liverpool Linking Lives - Over 60’s Group Mossley Hill Parish Church 2pm – 3.30pm

South Liverpool Linking Lives run a free group for anyone over 60 every Wednesday from 2-3.30pm at Mossley Hill Church, offering a mixture of activities (quizzes, board games, chair exercises etc) as well as time for chat and refreshments. Free transport can be provided (please get in touch for more info).

Please call Hannah on 07858570301, email , or just turn up on the day. We’d love to see you there!

Friday 31st January

JINGLE TOTS  All Hallows: 9:30am

A Toddler Group meeting in the All Hallows Centre, small hall, come along for fun, games, singing, art, refreshments and more… no need to book, we look forward to seeing you there!  Please contact Nicola   or 0151 724 1561 for more information.


Monday 10th February

CTMH Social Walking Group – Holy Trinity and Bishop Eton Churches

A more local meet, remembering the wintry Februarys we have had some years.

Before lunch meet on Allerton Road and walk via Holy Trinity Church to Hope.

After lunch (probably in Hope Uni. café),  Jenny will give a tour of Bishop Eton church entitled  'So you think you know all about Bishop Eton', during which you will hear the results of her research into such topics as 'Why is there a statue of St. Julie and did she like cats - discuss', 'what did St. Clement Hofbauer say to some men in a pub to persuade them to give him money',   and 'Who was Bishop Eton anyway'.

CTMH walk Feb2020


Saturday 7th March


Mossley Hill Parish Church 10.30 – 3.30pm

The Makers Market is back at Mossley Hill Church for Spring, on Saturday 7th March at 10.30am. There will be lots of wonderful small businesses with amazing goods on offer so please drop in and have a browse.  Our Hilltop cafe will be open all day for delicious food and light refreshments.  Hope to see you there! 



In living memory there has never been a large outdoor Passion play in Liverpool city centre and 2020 is going to change that. In Another Place who are known for the award winning Alice Experience and Narnia Experience in St George’s Hall are delighted to be producing a live retelling of the Easter story performed by Liverpool People for Liverpool People.on 10th April 2020.   

This is part of the Wintershall initiative to have a passion play performed across the country, Wintershall have been doing the same production for 9 years in Trafalgar Square.

The In Another Place team would like to visit churches in January, Feb, March to give out a 3 min notice about Liverpool Passion and how members may like to be involved. They are excited to have an opportunity to perform this story which is at the centre of our Christian faith, with the backing of Liverpool City Council in this prime city centre location.

Churches can contact In Another Place directly to arrange a visit by emailing . The involvement they hope from churches is simple

    • Come along and bring a friend who doesn’t know, or believe the story
    • Get involved - we need stewards, construction team, a prayer ministry team, “crowd” actors and others
    • Spread the word on social media, distribute fliers in work/ your local community, talk about it and get people interested
    • Join in praying for this to have a big impact
    • As a church buy some tickets to bring friends and family who aren’t Christians, we are offering churches 25 tickets for the discounted price of £150
    • donate to help us cover our costs of the production or enable us to offer free tickets to youth groups.



City Centre Ecumenical Walk of Witness 2pm

Come and join the Archbishop of Liverpool, the Bishop of Liverpool, and other CTMR Presidents as they walk together through the main shoppingstreets of Liverpool.

Christians from all denominations are invited to be part of this witness to our Easter faith as we walk together, read the Bible, and pray with the people of the City.

This has become one of our primary opportunities to show the unity of Christians in our region. The walk begins at 2pm outside the Metropolitan Cathedral, and ends at 3pm with a short act of worship followed by refreshments at Liverpool Parish Church.

If you are going please contact , CTMH hope to have a group walking together with members of our walking group and others.