Liverpool Parish Church faces the river Mersey and Christians have been worshipping on its site since the 13th century. From the earliest days the Church has been associated with the sea and seafarers. As Liverpool grew, so the ministry of the Church came to encompass the city around it, but the maritime links have remained strong over the centuries. The present building, rebuilt following bomb damage in the war, is well known to people across the world. It is a place of sanctuary in the city, a place to commemorate significant events, and most of all it is a place from which to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ to all who are searching. We are open every day from 9am until 5pm: you can look around, view exhibitions and displays, and join our daily acts of worship (the Eucharist is celebrated every day).