Chapel and Chaplaincy
The founders of the school determined that Liverpool College should, “provide for the inhabitants of Liverpool, and others … an education suited to their wants upon the most moderate terms; and at the same time to maintain indissolubly the connection between sound religion and useful learning, and for this purpose instruction in the doctrines of Christianity, as taught by the church of England, shall for ever be communicated, in combination with literary, scientific and commercial information.”
The College Chapel, The Chapel of Saint Peter, is situated at the heart of the school both physically and metaphorically and is used as a place for reflection and development of character for all pupils. Chapel and our links with Liverpool Cathedral provide an experience of shared values and a basis for the building of an ordered, tolerant and reflective community.
The chaplaincy is an essential part of the daily life of the school and the Chaplaincy Lead has a central role in delivering and developing it spiritual provision and its mission of service to the community. Whilst maintaining its Christian roots, the chaplaincy is fully inclusive of people from all faiths and none, encouraging an open, honest and friendly dialogue, where all views are respected in a spirit of generous hospitality and mutual learning.
Miss L Green