Inclusive Eucharist in Liverpool

Publish Date: 18/09/2008

Changing Attitude LogoChanging Attitude is an organisation which works for full LGBT inclusion within the Church. The Liverpool branch of Changing Attitude, have teamed up with St Bride's Church to bring you Open Table: An Inclusive Eucharist for the LGBT Community.

The first Open Table takes place on Sunday 21st of September, it will then take place on the third Sunday of every month at St Bride's. The service starts at 8.30pm, with welcome and refreshments available from 8pm.

Open Table's aim, is to create a welcoming, supportive and inclusive space for lesbian and gay Christians who may feel isolated by their own churches or communities. All those who are seeking and supportive of an inclusive church are welcome to attend. At the first Open Table, there will also be a collection for the Michael Causer Fund.

For further details contact Reverend Irene Cowell at ca.liverpool@btinternet.com, or call Reverend Guy Elsmore on 0151 709 2788

www.stbridesliverpool.com

St Bride's Church, Percy Street, Liverpool, L8 8LT.

 
 
 
 
  • Mark

    Gary, I have to completely disagree with you in regard to CCTV if you are doing nothing wrong then why would you have a problem with it. Do you really believe that we live in an Orwellian world where our every step is being watched by some hidden person, if so I think you are completely misguided and possibly a Daily Mail believer. CCTV does not infringe on our liberties, it does not stop us going where we want to go when we want to. It is a very useful tool in crime solving including missing people etc. You seem to be quite happy for people to take pictures in public but not for the government to take pictures in public, I fail to see the difference (perhaps the photographers could be government agents of your Orwellian world?). Oh and where do you stand on people videoing off their mobile phones surely that's the same as CCTV? I seem to have sidetracked from my point some what but I think you get my opinion.