Liverpool Anglican Cathedral
Liverpool offers an impressive collection of churches and cathedrals with many years of history. Many of these churches provide insight into the lifestyle and culture of the people that lived centuries ago. For tourists who love to visit medieval churches, here are a few of the very best and most famous churches Liverpool has to offer. Situated on St. James’ Mount is the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral serving as the seat of the Bishop of Liverpool. It’s a structure complete in gothic revival style, which is one of the reasons why many people love to visit this place. Interesting features of the cathedral includes The Lady Chapel, which was the very first part of the cathedral to be completed. Also. The church has some breathtaking interior designs, especially when looking up into the vault below the central bell tower. Giles Gilbert Scott, the man who designed the iconic red telephone booth was also the one that designed the cathedral. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
St Barnabas’ Church, Mossley Hill
Built in 1900, the St Barnabas’ Church, Mossley Hill is another impressive and famous church in Liverpool. James Francis Doyle designed the church to include molded bricks of different sizes in the exterior, sandstone dressing, and slate roof. Mostly, the church is a warm and inviting place to have a quiet evening or even stay to worship. Also, if you’re a fan of the Beatles, you don’t want to miss this place, because Paul McCartney once sang at the choir. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King
It’s a stunning piece of architecture that can be found in the heart of the city of Liverpool. Apart from being an important landmark, it also serves as the second cathedral after the Liverpool Cathedral. Being the second most revered cathedral in the city of Liverpool means a lot, both for the people of the city and the visitors who come here every day. Within the church are important designs, most especially the nave and sanctuary which looks very modern and stylistic. Other items of interest in the church include the four bells, six different organs with a total of 80 organ stops and over 4,000 organ pipes. It’s a modern architecture that visitors will enjoy staying at and experiencing joys of worship and interactions with other people. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Church of Our Lady and Saint Nicholas
The history of the Church of Our Lady and Saint Nicholas goes back in time to 1257 when a small stone chapel was built. Over the years that follow, parts of the church were built; towers in 1811 and 1815, while the church is built in 1949 and 1952. It’s a beautiful place both for the locals and visitors. Tourists love to come here because of the history it holds and makes wonderful cafes and restaurants surrounding the place. The church suffered during World War II when airplanes bombarded Liverpool and burning a significant part of the church. Restoration and rebuilding work ensure that the church was back in its former glory. It’s a quiet place to enjoy your stay or get involved with spiritual activities that regularly take place.