Activism, community groups, websites & resources
Designed for Peace - Liverpool based group who introduce the possibility of finding inner contentment to those who are interested. Designed for Peace supports each person's freedom of choice with regard to their philosophical, political and religious convictions. It rejects all forms of illegal discrimination, including those pertaining to race, nationality, age or gender.
Duldzin Buddhist Centre - The Duldzin Buddhist Centre is located in a large Victorian house opposite Sefton Park. The centre holds classes in meditation, and has provision for those who wish to take their studies further. The Duldzen Centre helps people to find a different approach to finding happiness in their lives, through generating positive minds through listening to teachings and meditating on them. The main aim of the centre is to provide the conditions for people to cultivate this inner peace within their own minds. Classes are on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7.30pm–9.30pm and Friday morning from 11.00 am–12.00pm For information on the Foundation Programme please contact the centre directly.
LCGC - Liverpool Chinese Gospel Church - LCGC was registered as a church in 1978. Members of any sect, religion or ethnic origin are welcome to attend, on the understanding that LCGC is a Christian Church. Activities include an elderly persons luncheon club, English and Chinese classes, student fellowship, youth group, and workshops. Open daily. Sunday Services: 10am English and Mandarin services: 12pm Cantonese Service, Junior Church and Youth Group.
11 Great George Square Liverpool L1 5DY
Liverpool Arabic Centre - LAC is a registered charity and company limited by guarantee based in the Toxteth area of Liverpool. We work alongside the Yemeni and Arabic speaking communities and those interested in Arabic culture and language in the Liverpool area. Through the facilitation and provision of community development and activity our mission is to contribute to the relief of poverty and improve health and education within the Yemeni/Arabic community. We also aim to strengthen the awareness of Yemeni Arabic Culture and celebrate and promote all aspects of Arabic history, language cultural heritage and identity.
Liverpool Bahai Centre - The Bahai centre was founded in the 1960s. The members of the centre are a truly international community and are linked nationally and internationally with other Bahai centres. There is a children’s group, a youth group, dance and music, courses, study circles and devotionals. The centre has accommodation for its students, crèche facilities and a library. They welcome individuals who wish to learn about the Bahai faith, and are active within the community and other faiths. Open daily (but please telephone ahead to arrange a visit).
3 & 5 Langdale Road Wavertree Liverpool L15 3LA
Liverpool Buddhist Centre - The Liverpool Buddhist Centre provides teaching for those who want to try Meditation and who want be introduced to the central teachings and practices of Buddhism. There are also opportunities to take these practices to a deeper level and establish more regular and sustained Buddhist Practice. In the courses we introduce the central Buddhist teachings and practices. These teachings can make a significant difference to ones life. The courses are open to all of whatever faith or belief. Or those with no religious faith or belief at all.
Floor 7, Gosting Building 32/36 Hanover Street Liverpool L1 4LN
Liverpool Cathedral - Website featuring information, history, visitor information, and details of the educational work at Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral.
6 Cathedral Close Liverpool Cathedral Liverpool L1 7BR
Liverpool Catholic Cathedral - Provides visitor and tour information, a virtual tour, and details of the history, music, special services and events at Liverpool's Catholic Cathedral.
Liverpool Muslim Society - The Liverpool Muslim Society was founded in 1953, and the mosque has been at its present site since the 1960s, after extensions to the mosque were made. On Fridays the mosque accommodates between 2,000 and 2,500 people. There are daily prayers and free meals, a day centre for the elderly, children’s sporting clubs, and weekend Arabic lessons. The mosque also owns and manages two large houses in the L8 area of Liverpool, which contain a number of self-contained flats. Open daily (Please contact the mosque directly for further information and times of activities and programmes)
The AL-Rahma Mosque 29-31 Hatherley Street Liverpool L8 2TJ
Operation Eden - Operation EDEN is a community-based environmental programme that works to improve local neighbourhoods by bringing together people who care about the social, economic, environmental and spiritual welfare of our planet. It aims to demonstrate the work of faith communities as significant partners towards the development of sustainable environments to create areas where there is greater understanding and tolerance of diversity.
Church House, 1 Hanover St, Liverpool, L1 3DW
Quest Liverpool (Lesbian and Gay Catholic Group) - Quest is a group for lesbian and gay Catholics. Quest has a network of local groups across the country which meet regularly for Mass, discussion and social events. It publishes a quarterly Bulletin to members, with news of local and national interest. A Liverpool group has been set up - for details of their meetings, contact Anne-Marie at firstname.lastname@example.org
OTHER LINKS - UKDragonswood - A Place for All Pagans
Hindu Forum of Britain
Quest: a Group for Lesbian and Gay Catholics
The Children of Artemis
The Witchcraft Information Centre & Archive
UK Pagan Links
World Religions Photo Library
OTHER LINKS - WORLDAstrology Online
Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)
Spirituality for Today
The Celtic Connection