The Archbishop of Liverpool is to livestream the Holy Week and Easter services from the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool.
The services mark the most important time of the Christian year when the passion, death and Resurrection of Jesus are commemorated.
Archbishop Malcolm McMahon said: “This year our Holy Week devotions will have to be different as we rightly respect government restrictions. We cannot physically gather as a worshipping community, but livestreaming gives us the opportunity to join together spiritually in sincere prayer and devotion as we commemorate the passion, death and glorious Resurrection of the Lord.”
The stream can be accessed from the Metropolitan Cathedral’s website at: www.liverpoolmetrocathedral.org.uk
Services will be streamed as follows:
Palm Sunday, 5th April: Mass – 11am
Holy Thursday, 9th April: Mass of the Lord’s Supper – 7pm
Good Friday, 10th April: Commemoration of the Lord’s Passion – 3pm
Holy Saturday, 11th April: The Easter Vigil and First Mass of Easter – 8pm
Easter Sunday, 12th April: Mass – 11am
Picture: Liverpool’s Metropolitan Cathedral. (Peter Byrne/PA).