The German Church in Liverpool has a long tradition that goes back to the 19th century. Today’s church building is located close to the city centre in the Georgian Quarter on Bedford Street South and the corner of Canning Street on a large garden plot. Our door is open to all!
The German Church of Liverpool comprises of Merseyside, the Wirral and adjacent parts of North Wales and Cheshire. We belong to the Pastoral Region (PAB) North England & East Midlands and are looked after by the pastors Diemut Cramer and Olaf Burghardt .
We are a thriving community and we are in the fortunate position to offer many events outside of our services celebrating our German cultural heritage (also within the framework of the PAB): e.g. excursions, concerts, talks, family retreats, singing retreats, film meeting, summer fete, lantern parade or Christmas bazaar.
We warmly recommend two German-speaking non-church toddler and play groups which meet in our community hall on Saturdays, see below.
By the way, the community hall has the best selection of German children’s books in Liverpool!
Services (open to all denominations!)
– 1st Sunday of the month at 4.00 p.m.
– 3rd Sunday of the month at 11.00 a.m.
in the German Church in Liverpool,
Bedford Street South, L7 7BX.
The German Church of Liverpool is a registered Charity, No 700605
The objective of the German Curch Liverpool is the advancement of the Christian Faith and in particular the provision and maintenance of a German speaking church in Liverpool for the public worship and furtherance of other charitable work in connection therewith.
Board of Trustees:
Christine Barry (Safeguarding)
Sebastian Dembski (Hall Hire)
Brigitte Jurack (Health&Safety)
Dorothea Mücke-Herzberg (Treasurer)
Ivo Siekmann (Secretary)
– Wirral Circle
– Toddler Group (every last Saturday from 10-12am in the community hall or garden)
– Play Group (every 2nd Saturday from 3-5pm in the community hall or garden
German Church Liverpool
73 Parkgate Rd
Neston CH64 6QF