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The church is part of a complex of buildings serving the local community. We were shown round by Philip Waldron, the very friendly and welcoming Minister, who gave us a fascinating account of the church's history, and the achievements of previous local Unitarians, who really...More
Attended a beautiful wedding party at this venue last night in fact. Upon arrival in my car there are roads in which you can park your cars down, the church from the outside appeared quite small and I thought to myself they have done well...More
A real gem of a building, full of some glorious art, with a fascinaging history which will hugely repay the effort of a visit. Guided by the knowledgeable, very welcoming and down-to-earth Phil (Minister of the church), we were fascinated by the beauty of the...More
I visited this church when all the buildings of interest were open to the public a yearly event in Liverpool which gives you the chance to visit all these wonderful places that you pass every day but can not enter. I was amazed at the...More