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This project began when I was asked to find out the origins of several churches in Liverpool and the dates of their demolition. It was whilst researching this information I realised the vast number of different churches and indeed religions that have sprung up throughout the city from the early beginnings of, Walton on the Hill and St Mary Del Key (Quay) at the Pier Head. 

I have not listed every church in Liverpool just those where I have been able to find information relating to their history, there are obviously many more churches than are covered in this article. For a more in depth study of Liverpool Churches I recommend 'The Churches of Liverpool' by David Lewis,(link at the end of this article). Wherever possible I have tried to trace photographs of the churches with some degree of success.

The ancient parish church of Liverpool was St Mary’s 
Walton on the Hill, 3 miles from the present location.



All Saints' Church, Childwall is the oldest church in Liverpool. The earliest reference to Childwall is to be found in the Domesday Book, which was compiled by order of William I in 1086. A translation reads:-

“Four Radmans held Childwall as four manors. There is half a hide. It was worth eight shillings. There was a priest, having half a curucate of land in frank almoign.”


The presence of a priest indicates that there was probably a chapel here in the 11th century, though there are few, if any, remains left now.



The chapel of St. Mary del Key (or Quay) stood close to where the church is now at the Pier Head, 'a great piece of antiquity,' it was used as the free school, in 1673. It was a chapel of ease to Walton, and without any permanent endowment. On or before 1356 probably at the cost of the town, the larger chapel of Our Lady and St. Nicholas was built, which then became the chapel of Liverpool. In that year the King allowed the mayor and commonalty to devote lands of the value of £10 a year to the maintenance of divine service in the chapel according to an agreement they had made with Henry, Duke of Lancaster, who himself gave an allowance of 12s. a year to the chapel. Mentioned in a charter of the middle of the 13th century.  St. Mary del Key (or Quay) was standing. Our Lady and St. Nicholas became the chapel of Liverpool. In September 1361 the Bishop of Lichfield granted a licence for burials in the churchyard, during a visitation of plague and in the following February he gave permission for the chapel and cemetery of St. Nicholas of Liverpool to be consecrated Shortly afterwards William de Liverpool gave a rent of 6s. 8d. towards the stipend of the chaplain, as long as the chantry should continue. The chantry referred to was probably that at the altar of St. John, founded by John de Liverpool to celebrate for the souls of his ancestors, the priest of which was nominated by the mayor and burgesses.



In 1699 Liverpool, with a population of less than 5000, was created an independent parish with two churches: Our Lady and St Nicholas (often called the ‘Old Church’ or St Nicholas) and a new parish church of St Peter in Church Street, consecrated in 1704, which has since been regarded as the principal church of the parish, and was therefore appointed the pro-cathedral in 1880. It is a plain building with wide round-headed windows, consisting of a chancel with vestries, nave, and west tower. Its chief merit lies in the woodwork, and it preserves its galleries on three sides of the nave, the general arrangement of the seating having been but little altered since its first building. It was demolished as soon as part of the new cathedral was in use. On Saint Peter’s Day, 29th June 1910, the Lady Chapel, the first part of the Cathedral to be completed, was dedicated by Bishop Chavasse and Cosmo Lang, Archbishop of York.

St Peters Pro-Cathedral Church


First St Georges Church






St. George's Church, for which an Act of Parliament was obtained in 1715 was begun in 1726 on the site of the old Liverpool castle, it was completed in 1734. 'It had originally an elegant terrace, supported by rustic arches, on one side; these arches where frequented by the traders of Red Cross market.  The church was rebuilt piecemeal between 1819 and 1825, and its new spire was reduced in height in 1833. In its time it was regarded as 'one of the handsomest in the kingdom. It was the property of the corporation and maintained by them.










St Mary's Church, Woolton The church was built in 1859–60, and designed by R. W.Hughes, an architect from Preston. It was opened on 28 October 1860. The church was re-decorated in 1981–82, and the font was moved to the front of the church. St Mary's is constructed in red sandstone and has a slate roof. Inside the church, the high altar and reredos date from 1865, and were probably designed by E. W. Pugin. They were separated in 1948–50 by Weightman and Bullen, who placed the reredos against the east wall. The stained glass in the east window dates from 1878, and is a typical design by the Belgian stained glass painter Jean-Baptiste Capronnier. The two-manual pipe organ was built by Franklin Lloyd in 1895, and is situated in a gallery on the north wall of the church at the west end.







St. Thomas's, Park Lane, was built in 1750 under the provisions of an Act of Parliament. 'The land was given by Mr. John Skill, who, however, afterwards charged three times the value of the ground for the churchyard when it was required.' A very tall and slender spire was a feature of the exterior; after various accidents it was taken down in 1822, and a miniature dome replaced it. A large part of the churchyard was acquired by the corporation about 1885 for a new thoroughfare.




St. Paul's, one of the corporation churches, was begun in 1763 in accordance with an Act obtained the previous year, This noble ecclesiastical structure stood in the north-west quarter of Liverpool, in the centre of a square which to this day takes its name from the building, the western side of the square, facing the principal entrance to the church, being formed by Earle Street. It opened in 1769. Its chief feature being a dome; internally this had the result of rendering the minister's voice inaudible. In time this defect was remedied, but changes in the neighbourhood deprived the church of its congregation, and falling into a dangerous condition, it was closed by the corporation in 1900.


St. Anne's, also erected under the authority of Parliament, was built by two private gentlemen in 1772; it was 'chiefly in the Gothic style.' The first minister was the Rev. Claudius Crigan. The old church was later removed a little eastward to enable Cazneau Street to go through to St. Anne Street, the corporation replacing with another church, consecrated in 1871.







St Johns church and churchyard 1785 to 1898
In 1776 a Nonconformist chapel in Temple Court was purchased by the rector of Aughton and opened in connexion with the Established Church. In 1820, some time after his death, it was purchased by the corporation and demolished. Another Nonconformist chapel, in Harrington Street, was opened as St. Mary's in connection with the Established Church; the congregation is supposed to have acquired St. Matthew's, in Key Street, in 1795, after which St. Mary's was demolished.



St. John's, (above) on the site of what is now St John Gardens like St. Paul's, was built under the auspices of the corporation, and consecrated in 1785: the style was of the spurious Gothic style of the time. There was a large public burial ground attached, consecrated in 1767. It became unserviceable as a church, eventually having only a scant congregation and it was closed in 1898, demolished, and the site sold to the corporation.
Trinity Church St Anne Street
Trinity Church, St. Anne Street, was erected by private subscription in 1792. In the same year a Baptist Chapel in Byrom Street was purchased and opened as  St. Stephen's Church. This was taken down in 1871 in order to allow the street to be widened, the corporation rebuilt the church further north. In 1795 the English Presbyterian or Unitarian Chapel in Key Street was purchased for the Established worship, being named St. Matthew's. It was consecrated in 1798, but his site also was later  required in 1848 for Exchange railway station, the Lancashire and Yorkshire Company purchased a Scotch Presbyterian Chapel in Scotland Road, which was thereupon consecrated as St. Matthew's. In 1798 a tennis court in Grosvenor Street was converted into a place of worship and licensed for service as All Saints' Church. It continued in use until another church, All Saints', Great Nelson Street was built and existed from 1848 to 1961 when the church was demolished.

Christ Church Hunter Street





Christ Church, Hunter Street, was built in 1797 by John Houghton. General Registers of Christ Church from the period show that the building was consecrated by the Right Reverend William Lord, Bishop of Chester on the 10th November 1799. The first stone of the ’Temple’ church, as it was then known, had been laid several years earlier on Monday the 27th February 1797.













St Nathaniels, Oliver St, founded in 1869 and closed in 1980. The church was consecrated on 17 July 1869. It was burnt down around 1900 and re-built, re-opening in 1904. It was eventually demolished in 1993, having been derelict for some years.











St. Mark's was built by subscription in 1803, and consecrated in 1815, becoming established by an Act of Parliament, the projector was the Rev. Thomas Jones, of Bolton, who died suddenly on a journey to London before the opening. St. Andrew's, Renshaw Street, was erected by Sir John Gladstone in 1815 there were two Unitarian Chapels in Liverpool, one in Renshaw Street, and the other (shown in the engraving) in Paradise Street. The view in the engraving is taken from the east end of Cable Street. The site was required for the enlargement of Central Station, so a new St. Andrew's was built in Toxteth in 1893.



St. Philip's, Hardman Street, was one of the 'iron churches' of the time; it was opened in 1816 and afterwards regulated by an Act of Parliament, It was sold in 1882, the Salvation Army acquiring it, and a new St. Philip's was built in Shell Road.



St Philip's Hardman Street

More costly churches were about the same time designed and slowly carried out by the public authorities. St. Luke's, Bold Street, was begun in 1811, but not completed and opened till 1831.  St Michael's, Pitt Street, in the Corinthian style, but with a lofty spire, was begun in 1816 under Acts of Parliament, and opened in 1826. with a large graveyard around it.


St Michaels Pitt Street


The chapel of the Blind Asylum was built in 1819 in Hotham Street in imitation of the Temple of Jupiter at Ægina. The site being required for Lime Street Station, the building was taken down and carefully re-erected in Hardman Street in 1850.

St. David's, for Welsh-speaking Anglicans, was built in 1827. As far back as 1793 Welsh services had been authorized in St. Paul's Church.


Another special church was the Mariners' Church, (below) an old sloop-of-war moored in George's Dock. It was used from 1827 The Mariners' Floating Church was an old frigate HMS Tees, a gift from the government to the Mariners Church Society, which had been towed to the Mersey from Plymouth, converted as a floating church, moored in George's Dock and opened for worship in May 1827. It remained there, maintained by the Church of England, until 1872 when weakened by extensive dry rot, it sank at its moorings in 1872.

The Mariner Church


St Martin in the Fields
Great Oxford Street (now Sylvester street)



Saint Martin in the Fields, The first stone of Saint Martin in the Fields was lain on 28th October 1828 and Consecrated on 13th January 1829. The Government had this church erected at the expense of £20.000. The entire height of the steeple was 22 feet. The extreme length of the church from east to west was 142 feet, and the width was 75 feet. The front of the chancel was embellished with a special Gothic arch.  It was built of redish sandstone but it turned black because of the industrial area, (an Irish dye works was the main culprit for this) and it got the nick name of THE BLACK CHURCH. It was built on Great Oxford Street North, (now St Sylvester Street). There was seating for 2000 parishioners.







St. Catherine's, Abercromby  Square, was consecrated in January 1831, a fortnight after St. Bride's. The first church of St. Matthias was built in 1833 in Love Lane. The Church land was required by the Liverpool and Bury Railway Company and they provided land at Great Howard Street where building began in 1847. The Love lane Church of 1834 was destroyed by fire on 10 April 1847. the  church in Great Howard Street was completed in 1848.

St. Saviour's, Falkner Square, was built by subscription in 1839; it was burnt down in 1900 and rebuilt in 1901 on the old plan. In 1841 a congregation which had for some five years met in the chapel in Sir Thomas's Buildings, which they called St. Simon's, acquired a chapel previously used by Presbyterians and Independents, and this was consecrated as St. Simon's

A building in Hope Street, erected about fifteen years earlier for the meetings of the 'Christian Society,' and in 1838 occupied by the Rev. Robert Aitken, an Anglican minister who adopted 'revivalist' methods, was in 1841 acquired for the Established Church and called St. John the Evangelist's. It was abandoned in 1853, but under the name of Hope Hall was still used for religious and other meetings. In 1841 also the churches of St. Bartholomew and St. Silas, Pembroke Place, were opened.




In 1854 Holy Innocents in Myrtle Street, primarily the chapel of the adjoining boys and girls orphanages, was opened. All Souls', begun in the same year, had as first incumbent Dr. Abraham Hume, one of the founders of the Lancashire and Cheshire Historic Society. 'As the population of this parish is mostly Roman Catholic' it is proposed to abandon the building. A Wesleyan chapel was acquired and in 1858 consecrated as St. Columba's, soon afterwards St. Mary Magdalene's was erected.



St. James the Less in Cranmer Street Liverpool 5 and St. Titus' were built, the former serving to perpetuate the High Church tradition of St. Martin's



St James the Less Church Cranmer Street
destroyed during the blitz

The Anglican cathedral  being erected in the city on St James's Mount. It is the seat of the Bishop of Liverpool. It may be referred to as the Cathedral Church of Christ in Liverpool (as recorded in the Document of Consecration) or the Cathedral Church of the Risen Christ, Liverpool, being dedicated to Christ 'in especial remembrance of his most glorious Resurrection'. The cathedral is based on a design by Giles Gilbert Scott. The total external length of the building, including the Lady Chapel (dedicated to the Blessed Virgin), is 207 yards (189 m) making it the longest cathedral in the world.

The Anglican Cathedral

The Orange Order has had a presence in Liverpool since 1819 when the first parade was held to mark the anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne, on July 12th. In its early years in the city the Twelfth was known as Carpenters Day due to the abundance of shipwrights who, having emigrated from Belfast, took part. The organisation was not just an association for migrants from Ireland however; their politics ensured that the majority of Orangemen were English-born. Indeed, the Institution in England was started by soldiers returning to the Manchester area from Ireland. The organisation was its strongest in the Toxteth and the Everton area where the church of St Polycarp was built.


Scottish Presbyterianism was first represented by the Oldham Street Church, opened in 1793, St, Andrew's in Rodney Street in 1824, and Mount Pleasant in 1827. Others arose about twenty years later: St. George's, Myrtle Street, in 1845, Canning Street and Islington in 1846, and St. Peter's, Sylvester Street, in 1849. Another was built in Vauxhall Road in 1867.

The German Evangelical Church occupies Newington Chapel, formerly Congregational. It seems to have originated in a body of converted Jews speaking German, who met for worship in the chapel in Sir Thomas' Buildings from about 1831, and were considered as attached to the Established Church.
Wesleyan Methodism made itself felt by the middle of the 18th century. Pitt Street chapel was built in 1750, enlarged 1765, rebuilt in 1803, and altered in 1875; John Wesley preached here for a week in 1758. Trinity Chapel, Grove Street, erected in 1859, it was the head of a regular circuit and a conference was held there in 1881. The Wesleyans have also mission rooms. The Wesleyan Methodist Association, later the United Methodist Free Church, had a chapel in Pleasant Street before 1844, now St. Columba's; it was replaced in 1852 by Salem Chapel or St. Clement's Church, in Russell Street. The Welsh-speaking members used a chapel in Gill Street from 1845 to 1867.

The Methodist New Connexion, who appeared as early as 1799, had Zion Chapel, Maguire Street, by St. John's Market, before 1813; they removed to Bethesda in Hotham Street about 1833, after which the old building was converted into a fish hall They had also a chapel in Bevington Hill


At the Bishop of Chester's visitations in 1665 and later years Anabaptists were presented, and it was said that conventicles were held. The Baptists, who had from 1707, if not earlier, met in Everton, opened a chapel in Byrom Street in 1722. A much larger chapel was erected in 1789 in the same street, and the old one sold to the Established Church. The later building was in use as Byrom Hall.  Myrtle Street Chapel, the successor of one in Lime Street, built in 1803, was opened in 1844 and enlarged in 1859.

Jubilee Drive Chapel

In 1819 a chapel was built in Great Crosshall Street. Soho Street Chapel, begun for 'Bishop West,' was used by Baptists from 1837 to 1889, when Jubilee Drive Chapel replaced it. The Welsh-speaking Baptists had a chapel in Ormond Street, dating from 1799, but it has been given up, one in Everton succeeding it.

The Sandemanians or Glassites long had a meeting-place in the town.  The Glasites or Glassites were a Christian sect founded in about 1730 in Scotland by John Glas, the faith was known as the First Great Awakening, and was spread by his son-in-law Robert Sandeman into England and America, where the members were called Sandemanians.

Newington Chapel was in 1776 erected by Congregationalists dissatisfied with the Unitarianism of the Toxteth Chapel, and wishing to have a place of worship nearer to Liverpool It was given up in 1872, and became the German Church.
Burlington Street Chapel was bought as an extension by the Crescent congregation in 1859.
In Elizabeth Street is a United Free Gospel Church, built in 1871 to replace one of 1845 as an Independent Methodist Church.

The Calvinistic Methodists, the most powerful church in Wales, are naturally represented in Liverpool, where Welshmen were numerous. The first chapel was built in Pall Mall in 1787, and rebuilt in 1816, but demolished to make way for the enlargement of Exchange Station in 1878, with a new one in Crosshall Street taking its place. There were others in Chatham Street and Catherine Street built in 1861 and 1872 respectively and in Oakfield Road in Liverpool, founded before 1902, it is now closed.

The Society of Friends had a meeting-place in Hackins Hey as early as 1706, by Quakers' Alley; this remained standing until 1863. The place of meeting was removed to Hunter Street in 1790; this continues in use.

The Moravians held services 'for many years' in the Religious Tract Society's rooms.
The Berean Universalist Church was opened in 1851 in Crown Street, but had only a short existence.

The Bethel Union, an undenominational evangelistic association for the benefit of sailors, had several places of worship near the docks.



The Young Men's Christian Association has a large institute in Mount Pleasant, opened in 1877.






Benns Gardens Chapel by W G Herdman









It has been shown above that Nonconformity was strong in the town after 1662. A chapel was built in Castle Hey, and the minister of  Toxteth Park is said to have preached there on alternate Sundays from 1689. This was replaced by Benn's Gardens Chapel in 1727, from which the congregation, which had become Unitarian, moved to Renshaw Street in 1811, and from this to Ullet Road, Toxteth.















St Mary's Highfield Street
The ancient religion appears to have been stamped out very quickly in Liverpool, which became a decidedly Protestant town, and there is scarcely even an incidental allusion to its existence until the beginning of the 18th century. Spellow and Aigburth were the nearest places at which mass could occasionally be heard in secret. Fr. William
Gillibrand, S.J., who then lived at Little Crosby, in 1701 received £3 from Mr. Eccleston 'for helping at Liverpool.' The first resident missioner known was Fr. Francis Mannock, S.J., who was living here in 1710; and the work continued in the hands of the Jesuits until the suppression of the order. The next priest, Fr. John Tempest, better known by his alias of Hardesty, built a house for himself near the Old Hall Street corner of Edmund Street, in which was a room for a chapel. In 1746, after the retreat of the Young Pretender, Charles Edward Stuart, "Bonnie Prince Charlie" the populace, relieved of its fears, went to this little chapel, made a bonfire of the benches and woodwork, and pulled the house down.


St. Mary's Church, from the designs of A. W. Pugin, was later built close to the site and consecrated in 1845. In consequence of the enlargement of Exchange Station it was taken down, but rebuilt in Highfield Street on the same plan and with the same material, being reconsecrated 7 July 1885. The baptismal register commences in 1741. After the suppression of the Jesuit order in 1773 the two priests then in charge continued their labours for ten years, when the Benedictines took charge, and still retain it.


St Peters Seel Street
In 1788 St. Peter's, Seel Street, was opened. It was enlarged in 1843, and is still served by the same order. The school in connexion with it was opened in 1817. At the north end of the town St. Anthony's had been established in 1804; the present church, on an adjacent site, dates from 1833, and has a burial ground. St. Joseph's in Grosvenor Street was opened in 1846, a new building being completed in 1878.


St Anthonys Scotland Road

Holy Cross

These buildings sufficed till the great immigration of poor Irish peasants, driven from home by the famine of 1847. St. Vincent de Paul's mission had been begun in a room over a stable in 1843, but after interruption by the fever of 1847 a larger room in Norfolk Street was secured in 1848, and served until in 1857. Holy Cross was begun in 1848 in a room over a cowhouse in Standish Street, In 1954 a new church was built on the corner of Great Crosshall Street and Standish Street and the parishioners gave every spare penny to help rebuild and furnish the church.




St. Philip Neri's Oratory near Mount Pleasant


Later, came St. Philip Neri's Oratory near Mount Pleasant, 1853. All Souls', in Collingwood Street, was erected in 1870 by the efforts of a Protestant merchant, who was anxious to provide a remedy for the horrible scenes at wakes; the middle aisle of the church was for the bodies of the departed to lie in previous to interment, and was  cut off from the aisles where the congregation assembled, by glass partitions. St. Bridget's, Bevington Hill, was also opened in 1870, and rebuilt in 1894. St. Sylvester's in Sylvester Street began with schools in 1872; at the beginning of 1875 a wooden building was erected adjacent, continuing in use until 1889, when a permanent church was opened.



St Sylvester's RC, Sylvester Street, Pugin&Pugin, 1889.


There are two convents: Notre Dame, at the training college, Mount Pleasant, 1856 and St. Catherine, Eldon Place, 1896.

Notre Dame Mount Pleasant

The Christadelphians  (1868–78) had a meeting-place in Gill Street.

The followers of Emmanuel Swedenborg have long had a place of meeting in Liverpool, where they had been known from 1795 Their  building, New Jerusalem, in Bedford Street, was opened in 1857. The Mormons have an institute.


The exterior of Seel Street synagogue,
the home of the Liverpool Old Hebrew
Congregation from 1808-74
The Jewish community have had a recognized meeting-place since about 1750. The earliest known was at the foot of Matthew Street; it had a burial place attached; afterwards Turton Court, near the Custom House, and Frederick Street were places of Jewish worship. The synagogue in Seel Street was built in 1807, the congregation migrating to Princes Road in 1874. The Hope Place Synagogue of the New Hebrew Congregation was built in 1856. One of the finest Synagogues was built on Princes Road, In 1872, a plot of land on the east side of Princes Road was purchased from the Earl of Sefton and the foundation stone of the new synagogue laid. It was completed and consecrated at a ceremony led by Chief Rabbi Dr Nathan M Adler in September 1874. The new building seated 824 worshippers and was handed to the congregation by the building committee entirely free of debt.

Princes Road Synagogue

Frederick Gibberd's design for a Catholic Cathedral was the winner out of 289 entries, for a competition to design a new cathedral, the assessors concluding that it 'powerfully expresses the kingship of Christ, because the whole building is conceived as a crown'. Gibberd put a flat roof over Lutyens' crypt to make a space for outdoor services, and designed a new church with an underground car park on land to the south. The cathedral has a concrete frame with ceramic mosaic cladding; walls are clad in Portland stone whilst aluminium covers the roof. It is 16-sided, with a perfectly central alter under a glazed corona. Stained glass was designed by John Piper and Patrick Reyntiens, which is 25 millimetres thick and set in concrete panels. Elisabeth Frink designed the altar cross, R Y Goodden the candlesticks and the marble floor is by David Atkins. The stone belfry and bronze outer doors feature relief panels by William Mitchell, and the Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament has a mural by Ceri Richards. The Lady chapel has traditionally set glass by Margaret Trahearne, and a Madonna and Child by Robert Brumby. Building began on the new design in 1962 and it was opened in 1967.

This list of Liverpool churches was extract from Gores 1902 Directory by Barbara Williams.

THE PARISH CHURCH OF ST PETER AND THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH OF ST NICHOLAS
Cathedral Church of St Peter, Church Street, built in 1700
St Nicholas's Church, Chapel Street, built 1360, body rebuilt 1776, tower rebuilt 1815
THE CHURCHES AND CHAPEL OF LIVERPOOL AND THE NEIGHBOURHOOD
All Saints Church, Toxteth Park (Prince's park)
All Saints Church, Great Nelson street, Consecrated 22nd December, 1848
All Souls' Church, Eaton st, Vauxhall road, (New parish of Vauxhall) foundation stone laid by Charles Groves, Esq. 1st August 1854, consecrated 6th March, 1856
Chapel of the School for the Blind, (Chapel of the Blessed Virgin Mary) built 1819, removed to Hardman Street and rebuilt 1850.
Christ Church, Hunter Street, built 1797.
Christ Church, Kensington, consecrated July 21, 1870
Christ Church, Everton, Great Homer Street, Consecrated 1848
Christ Church, Toxteth Park, Linnet lane, Sefton Park, Consecrated April 27, 1871
Emmanuel Church, Everton, West Derby road, opened February 15, 1867
Holy Innocents Church, Myrtle Street, In connexion with the Orphan Asylums, consecrated March 18, 1854.
Holy Trinity Church, St Anne street, built 1792
Holy Trinity Church, Toxteth park, Parliament street, built 1868 (1858??)
Holy Trinity Church, Walton Breck, Breck road, built 1847.
Holy Trinity (Parish) Church, Wavertree, Church road, built 1794
MERSEY MISSION TO SEAMEN Seamen's Institute, Hanover street
Bootle Seamen's Institute
Sailor's Home
Birkenhead, Mission and Reading Room, West Float
Runcorn Seamen's Institute
Ellesmere Port, Mission Room
Garston
River Mersey S.Y. "Good Cheer"
St Agnes' Church, Toxteth park, Ullet road (near Croxteth gate, Sefton park),
St Aidan's Church, (late Victoria Road), Latham street, Stanley road, opened 27th June, 1856, consecrated 17th February, 1859. Removed and re-built by the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board in Latham street, Stanley road in 1875.
St Alban's, Bevington Church, Limekiln-lane, Liverpool.
St Ambrose Church, Everton, Prince Edwin st, erected 1871
St Andrew's Church, Toxteth Park, Aigburth road. Built originally in Renshaw street, 1815. New church on present site in 1893.
St Anne's Church (Richmond), Cazneau street, built 1772, re-built and consecrated in 1871, on a site close to.
St Anne's Church, Stanley, Prescot road
St Asaph's Welsh Church, Kirkdale
St Athanasius's Church, Kirkdale, Fountains rd, consecrated 30 Nov, 1880
St Augustine's Church, Everton, Shaw st, built 1830
St Barnabas, Smithdown road (corner of Cramond avenue), Chapel of Ease to SS Matthew and James Church. Dedicated June 29, 1900.
St Bartholomew's Church, Naylor street. Vauxhall, opened 9th Feb, 1841.
St. Bede's Church, Toxteth Park, Hartington road, consecrated, May 1886.
St. Benedict's Church, Everton, Kepler street.
St. Bride's Church, Percy street, built 1830
St. Bridget's (Chapel of Ease to Holy Trinity Parish Church, Wavertree), Bagot street.
St. Catherine's Church, Abercromby square.
St. Catherine's Church, Edge Hill, Tunnel road,.
St. Chad's (Parish) Church, Everton valley.
St. Chrysostom's Church, Everton, Aubrey street, built 1852, opened August 31, 1853.
St. Clement's Church, Toxteth Park, Beaumont street, Windsor, consecrated June 1841.
St. Cleopas Church, Toxteth Park, Beresford road.
St. Columba's Church, Pleasant street, consecrated December 9, 1858.
St. Cuthbert's Church, Everton, Robson st.
St. Cyprian's, Edge Hill, Edge lane, built 1881.
St. David's Church, Brownlow hill, built 1827.
St. Deiniol's Church, Upper Parliament Street, dedicated June 14th, 1901.
St. Dunstan's Church, Edge Hill, Earle road. Consecrated May 18th, 1889, built by the Earle Family.
St. Gabriel's Church, Toxteth Park, Beaufort street, consecrated October 18th, 1884.
St. George's Church, Everton, Heyworth street, built 1814. Restored and re-seated 1878.
St. James's Church, Toxteth Park, Chesterfield st, opened 1775. Outside restored 1830, interior restored 1875.
St. James Church, West Derby, Mill lane, built 1846, restored 1869.
St. James-the-Less, Stanley road.
St. John the Baptist's Church, Toxteth Park, Park road, consecrated 1832.
St. John the Baptist Church, Tue Brook, West Derby road.
St John the Divine's Church, Fairfield, Holly Road, Consecrated January 1852.
St John the Evangelist Church, Everton, Richmond Terrace, Breck road, consecrated 6th February 1890.
St John the Evangelist Church, Knotty Ash. Built 1835.
St John the Evangelist Church, Walton, Rice lane. Consecrated Sept. 10, 1880.
St Jude's Church, Hardwick street, built 1831, restored 1881-97 and 1901.
St. Lawrence's Church, Kirkdale. Licensed Feb 17 1884. Consecrated Nov 1st 1893.
St. Luke's Church, Berry Street, first stone laid April 9, 1811, consecrated 1831.
St Luke the Evangelist Church, Walton, consecrated June 13, 1901.
St Margaret's Church, Anfield, Belmont road, erected by the late Mr Alderman Preston.
St Margaret's Church, Toxteth Park, Prince's road, Consecrated July 20, 1869,
St Mark's Church, upper Duke street, built 1803.
St Martin's in the Fields Church, Silvester street built 1828.
St Mary's (Parish) Church, Edge Hill, built 1813.
St Mary's Church, Kirkdale, built 1835.
St Mary's Church, Wavertree, Sandown Park, built 1853.
St Mary's (Parish) Church, Walton, County road, built 1326, re-building of New Church completed in 1842. Restored 1887.
St Mary Magdalene Church, Kempston Street.
St Mary the Virgin Parish Church, West Derby, The Village.
St Matthew's Church, Scotland Road, consecrated 1848.
St Matthew's Church, Toxteth Park, Hill street.
St Matthias's Church, Great Howard street, built originally in Love lane 1833, removed to present site 1848. Present church consecrated April 17th, 1849.
St Michael's Church, Upper Pitt street, first stone laid June 21, 1816, opened 1826.
St Michael's Church, St Michael's Hamlet, St Michaels Road, built 1815.
St Nathaniel Church, West Derby, Windsor, consecrated July 17, 1869
St Pancras Church, Lidderdale road, Smithdown Road (Chapel of Ease to St Agnes).
St Paul's Church, St Paul's square, built 1769.
St Paul's Church, Prince's Park, Toxteth Park, built 1848.
St Paul's Church, Kirkdale, North Shore, Kirkdale, consecrated July 18, 1868.
St Peter's Church, Everton, Sackville street, opened February 14, 1850.
St Peter's Church, Aintreet, Warbreck Moor. Opened Nov 1877.
St Philemon's Church, Toxteth Park, Windsor st. Consecrated July 18th, 1874.
St Philip's Church, Liverpool (removed from Hardman street).
St Polycarp's Church, Everton, Netherfield road North.
St Saviour's Church, Huskisson street, erected 1840, destroyed by fire February 4th 1900, rebuilt and opened July 12th 1901.
St Saviour's Church, Everton, Breckfield road North, Consecrated October 21st, 1869.
St Silas Church, Pembroke place, opened Oct. 1811.
St Silas Parish Church, Toxteth Park, High Park st, consecrated September 1865
St Simon Church, St Vincent street. Built and consecrated 1848, re-built and re-opened July 15, 1866, consecrated June 14, 1872.
St Simon and St Jude's Parish Church, Anfield, Anfield road. Building commenced October 17th 1894. Church consecrated by the Bishop of Liverpool (Right Rev. Dr. Ryle) February 25th 1896.
St Stephen's Church, Byrom street, consecrated 1870.
St Stephen-the-Martyr Church, Edge Hill, Grove street, built 1851, removed and rebuilt 1882.
St Thomas's Church, Park lane, built 1750.
St Thomas's Church, Toxteth Park, Warwick street. Built 1840.
St Timothy's Church, Everton, Rokeby street.
St Titus's Church, Portland street, built 1864, consecrated 1865.
Liverpool Workhouse Chapel, Brownlow Hill.
Royal Infirmary, Pembroke place.
West Derby Union Workhouse Chapel, Rice lane, Walton-on-the-Hill.
West Derby Union Infirmary Chapel, Mill road, Everton
West Derby Union Labour Test House, Belmont road.
IN THE OUT-TOWNSHIPS
All Hallow's Church, Allerton, consecrated 10th August 1876. Built 1874 - 1876. Erected by the late John Bibby, Esq., Hart hill, Allerton.
All Saint's Parish Church, Childwall.
All Saint's Church, Stoneycroft, Broad Green road, built 1875.
Christ Church, Bootle, Breeze hill, built 1866.
Christ Church, Waterloo, Waterloo road, re-built 1892.
St Anne's Church, Aigburth, built 1837.
St Bartholomew's Church, Roby, built 1850.
St Faith's Church, Crosby, Waterloo road North, consecrated 21 April 1900.
St Hilda, Hunt's Cross (Chapel of Ease to St Peter's).
St John's Church, Bootle, Brasenose road, built 1864.
St John's Church, Waterloo, St John's road.
St Leonard's Church, Bootle, Peel road, built and consecrated 1889.
St Luke's Church, Great Crosby, Liverpool road, built 1853.
St Mary's Church, Bootle, Derby road, built 1827.
St Mary's Church, Grassendale, built 1853.
St Mary the Virgin, Waterloo, Waterloo Park, nave unfinished. Consecrated 1886.
St Matthew and St James's Church, Mossley Hill. Built 1870 - 1875. Consecrated June 23 1875.
St Matthew's Church, Bootle, Stanley road, built 1891.
St Michael's New Church, Garston, opened 1877.
St Michael's Church, Huyton, Huyton lane.
St Nicholas's Church, Blundellsands, Bridge road, Great Crosby. Consecrated by the Lord Bishop of Chester, Sept 25, 1874
St Peter's New Church, Much Woolton, Church road, built 1877.
St Philip's Church, Litherland, Orrell lane, opened for divine service in 1863.
St Stephen's Church, Gateacre, Belle Vale road.
St Thomas's Church, Seaforth, Church st, built 1815.
Seamen's Orphan Institution Chapel, Orphan drive, Newsham park.
IN CHESHIRE
All Saint's Church, Oxton (Chapel of Ease to St. Saviour's)
Bromborough Pool Chapel (Price's Patent Candle Company Limited)
Christ Church, Claughton, opened 1849 and consecrated in 1864.
Christ Church, King's road, Higher Bebington, built 1858, consecrated 24th December 1859.
Christ Church, Moreton, consecrated July 18??.
Emmanuel, New Brighton, Sea Bank road, Liscard.
Holy Ascension, Upton.
Holy Cross Church, Woodchurch.
Holy Trinity Church, Birkenhead, Price street, built 1838.
Holy Trinity Church, Hoylake, built 1833, earliest register 18th January 1834.
St Hildeburgh's (Chapel of Ease of Holy Trinity Church, Hoylake), opened 1899.
St Andrew's Church, Lower Bebington, supposed to have been built 1110.
St Anne's Church, Birkenhead, Beckwith street, built 1847.
St Barnabas' Church, Bromborough, consecrated 1864.
St Barnabas' Chapel, Primrose Hill, New Ferry.
St Bede's Mission Church, Claughton Village. Opened and dedicated May 1, 1888.
St Bridget's Parish Church, West Kirby, Church road.
St Andrew's Mission Church (in connection with St Bridget, West Kirby), Meols drive, West Kirby.
St Catharine's Church, Higher Tranmere, built 1831, re-built 1875.
St Hilary Parish Church, Wallasey. Built 12th Century, destroyed by fire 1857, rebuilt 1859.
St James's Church, Birkenhead, Laird Street, Opened 1858.
St Luke's Mission Church, Poulton, Mill lane (in connection with St Hilary, Wallasey).
St James's Church, New Brighton, built 1855, consecrated 1858.
Church of the Good Shepherd, Field Road, New Brighton. Mission Church in connection with St James', New Brighton. Consecrated 1896.
St John's Church, Grange road, Birkenhead, built 1845
St Mark's (Chapel of Ease of St John's Church) Grange mount, Claughton
St John's Church, Egremont, opened May 19, 1833
St John the Evangelist, Frankby
St Luke's Church, Lower Tranmere, Old Chester road, consecrated October 18, 1881.
St Mark's Church, New Ferry, New Chester road.
St Mary's Parish Church, Birkenhead, Church st., re-opened May 29, 1821
St Mary's, Eastham.
St Mary's Church, Liscard (New Parish).
St Mary's Church, Upton
St Matthew's District Church, Birkenhead, Park road East.
St Michael's & All Angels' Church, Tranmere, Carlton road, consecrated Jan 6th 1883.
St Nathaniel's Mission Church, Cleveland street, Birkenhead
St Oswald Parish Church, Bidston. First structure very ancient, but date unknown. Re-built (except the tower) in 1856, replacing a building erected in 1595. Chancel added 1882.
St Paul's Church, Birkenhead, Argyle street.
St Paul's Church, Seacombe, built 1847. Enlarged 1891.
Oakdale Mission Church, Ashville road, Oakdale, Seacombe (in connection with St Paul, Seacombe)
St Paul's Church, Tranmere, Old Chester road, Rock Ferry. Foundation stone laid 23rd May 1853, opened 1855
St Peter's Church, Birkenhead, Cathcart street.
St Columba Mission Church, Brook street, Birkenhead (in connection with St Peter)
St Peter-on-the-Rock Church, Rock Ferry, consecrated 8th September, 1842
St Saviour's Church, Oxton, Built 1890.
St Stephen, Prenton,
The Welsh Church - St Winifred, Westbourne road, Birkenhead, Opened 1891, consecrated 1896.
REFORMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF ENGLAND
Christ Church, Martin's lane, Liscard
CATHOLIC CHURCHES
CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF LIVERPOOL
Comprises the hundreds of West Derby, Leyland, Amounderness and Lonsdale in Lancashire, and the Isle of Man.

Pro-Cathedral of St Nicholas, Copperas Hill
St Alban's, Athol street
All Saint's, Oakfield
All Soul's, Collingwood street
St Alphonsus, 130 Kirkdale road
St Anne's Priory, 7 Overbury street, Edge Hill
St Anthony's, Scotland road
St Augustine's, 44 Great Howard street
St Bernard's, Kingsley road
St Bridget's, Bevington hill
St Charles', Aigburth road
St Clare's, Arundel avenue, Sefton Park
Holy Cross, Great Crosshall street
St Edward's College, St Domingo road, Everton
St Francis of Sales, Walton
St Francis Xavier's, Salisbury street
Sacred Heart, 2 Hall lane
St John's, Kirkdale
St Joseph's, 8 Grosvenor street
St Mary's, Highfield street
St Michael's, West Derby road
St Oswald's, Old Swan
Our Lady of the Annunciation, Bishop Eton, Woolton road, Wavertree
Our Lady of Good Help, Wavertree
Our Lady Immaculate, St Domingo road
Our Lady of Mount Carmel, 27 High Park street
Our Lady of Reconciliation, Eldon street
St Patrick's, Park place
St Paul's, West Derby
St Peter's, Seel street
St Philip-Neri's, Maryland street
The Blessed Sacrament, Walton
St Sylvester's, Silvester street
St Vincent of Paul, St James street
Convent of Notre Dame and Training College 82 to 108 Mount Pleasant The Workhouse Chaplains and the Chaplain of Walton Gaol (who are all named) seem to come under this 'umbrella.'
St Joseph's, Blundellsands
St Alexander's, St John's road, Kirkdale
St James's, Chestnut grove, Marsh lane
St Winefride, 60 Merton road, Bootle
Church of the Holy Sepulchre and Cemetery, Sterrix lane, Ford
Our Lady of Compassion, Formby
St Anne's, Freshfield
St Peter's College for Foreign Missions
St Francis Assissi, Garston
St Swithin's, Gillmoss
St Austin's, Grassendale
SS Peter and Paul, Great Crosby
St Agnes', Huyton
Holy Family, Ince Blundell
St Mary's, Little Crosby
Our Lady, Lydiate
St George's, Maghull
St Bennet's, Netherton
Our Lady Star of the Sea, Seaforth
St Thomas of Canterbury, Waterloo
St Mary's, Much Woolton
BIRKENHEAD & c., IN THE CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF SHREWSBURY
St Werburgh's, Grange road, Birkenhead
St Laurence's, Park street, Birkenhead
Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, St Mary's street, Birkenhead
Church of the Holy Name, Beresford road, Oxton
Our Lady Star of the Sea and St Joseph, Wheatland lane, Seacombe
St Agnes, Darmond's green, West Kirby
St Alban's, Mill lane, Liscard
St Joseph, North road, Higher Tranmere, Birkenhead
St Peter and Paul, Rowson street, New Brighton
St Anne's, Rock Ferry, Highfield road
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF ENGLAND
PRESBYTERY OF LIVERPOOL
Meets at the Common Hall, Hackins Hey, on the second Monday in every month.
CHURCHES
BLUNDELLSANDS, opened 1898
BOOTLE, Peel road, opened 1896
CANNING STREET, opened May 10, 1846
EARLE ROAD, built in 1863.
EGREMONT, King street, Egremont, opened July 1863
EVERTON VALLEY, founded 1862
FAIRFIELD, Beech street opened 1864
GRANGE ROAD, Birkenhead, Regent place, Grange road West, Birkenhead, opened 1848
HAMILTON MEMORIAL, Laird street, Birkenhead, opened in 1868
ISLINGTON (Corner of Salisbury street), opened January 1845
MOUNT PLEASANT, opened June 1, 1827
PRINCE'S ROAD, Corner of Upper Warwick street, opened 1879
ROCK FERRY, New Chester road, opened 1858
QUEEN'S ROAD, Corner of Breck road, erected 1861
ST ANDREW'S, Conway street, Birkenhead, opened June 28, 1840
ST ANDREW'S, Crosby road, Waterloo, opened December 1876
ST COLUMBA'S, Smithdown gate, opened 1897
ST GEORGE'S, Myrtle street, opened August 6, 1845
ST PAUL'S, North road, Devonshire park, Higher Tranmere, opened October 1900
ST PETER'S, Silvester street, opened May 9, 1849
SEACOMBE, Church road, Seacombe, opened 1865
SEFTON PARK, built 1879
SHAW STREET, opened 1860
STONEYCROFT, Green lane, opened January 1, 1900
TRINITY, Belvedere road, Prince's park, opened 1857
TRINITY, Oxton, Alton road, opened 1866
TRINITY, Bootle, Trinity road, built originally in Derby road, Kirkdale, 1860. Removed to present site 1887
TRINITY, Walton, Corner of Rice lane and Orrell lane, opened 1898
UNION, Fountains road, Stanley road, Kirkdale, opened 1881
UPTON, founded 1898, church opened 1900
VAUXHALL ROAD, opened 1867
WALLASEY VILLAGE, opened 1900
WEST KIRBY, Meols drive, opened 1890
WEST DERBY PREACHING STATION founded 1896
OTHER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES
BREEZE HILL, Bootle
OLDHAM STREET, opened 1793
ST ANDREW'S, Rodney street, opened Dec 3 1824
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF SCOTLAND
ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN CHAPEL, Falkland road, Egremont.
ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Alderley road, Hoylake
REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Hall lane

CATHOLIC APOSTOLIC CHURCH, Canning street, corner of Catharine street, completed in 1856

GREEK CHURCH, ST NICOLAS, Prince's road, Prince's park

GERMAN CHURCH, Renshaw street, built 1777
JEWISH SYNAGOGUES
LIVERPOOL OLD HEBREW CONGREGATION, Synagogue, Prince's road
NEW HEBREW CONGREGATION, Hope place Synagogue.
SOCIETY OF FRIENDS MEETING HOUSE
HUNTER STREET
LISCARD, WITHEN'S LANE
NEW MEETING HOUSE, PARK ROAD SOUTH, CORNER OF SLATEY ROAD, CLAUGHTON
BAPTISTS
BIRKENHEAD, GRANGE ROAD CHAPEL, opened 1858
BOOTLE, STANLEY ROAD
BYROM HALL, opened as Byrom Street Chapel, 1789 changed to Byrom Hall, 1861
EGREMONT, LISCARD ROAD, opened 1868, New Chapel 1892
FABIUS CHAPEL, EVERTON ROAD, opened 1863
GARSTON TABERNACLE, opened 1893
KENSINGTON BAPTIST CHURCH, JUBILEE DRIVE, opened 1889
KENSINGTON, COTTENHAM STREET, established 1875, chapel opened 1876
KIRKDALE, KIRKDALE TABERNACLE
KIRKDALE, STANLEY PARK
MILE END, 73 CAZNEAU STREET, commenced Sept. 1888
MYRTLE STREET CHAPEL, opened 1814, enlarged 1859
NEW BRIGHTON, SEABANK ROAD, commenced 1890
PEMBROKE CHAPEL, PEMBROKE PLACE, opened 1839
PRINCE'S GATE, opened 1881
RICHMOND CHAPEL, BRECK ROAD, EVERTON, opened 1864
SHAW STREET CHAPEL, opened 1847
TOXTETH TABERNACLE, PARK ROAD, opened 1871
TRANMERE, CLIFTON ROAD
TRANMERE, JACKSON STREET
TUE BROOK, NEW ROAD
WALTON (CARISBROOKE) CARISBROOKE ROAD, opened 1879
WALTON, RICE LANE, opened 1888
WATERLOO, OXFORD ROAD, commenced 1890
WELSH BAPTIST
BIRKENHEAD (THE WOODLANDS), commenced in Hamilton Terrace 1840, Church formed 1841, first Chapel erected in Price Street in 1841, present Chapel erected 1889.
BOOTLE (BALLIOL ROAD), commenced in Prince's Terrace 1863, Church formed in 1868, Chapel erected in Brasenose Road in 1871, present Chapel in Balliol Road opened in 1898.
BOOTLE (RHYL STREET, MARSH LANE, BRANCH OF BALLIOL ROAD), commenced in Marsh Lane 1884.
EDGE LANE, commenced in June Street, 1858, Church formed 1859, Chapel opened 1887.
EGREMONT (LISCARD ROAD), commenced in Oakdale, 1877, Church formed 1877, opened 1889.
EVERTON VILLAGE, VILLAGE STREET, commenced in Ormond Street 1799, Church formed 1807, Chapel erected 1869.
KNOWSLEY ROAD, MARSH LANE, commenced in Caradoc Street, Seaforth 1882, Church formed in 1883.
SEION, BOUSFIELD STREET, KIRKDALE, commenced in Gt. Howard Street 1835, Church formed 1840, Chapel erected 1876.
WINDSOR STREET, TOXTETH PARK, commenced in Gore Street 1827, Church formed 1831, Chapel opened 1872.
CALVINISTIC METHODISTS - ENGLISH
CATHARINE STREET
EVERTON BROW
OAKFIELD ROAD
SPELLOW LANE
WILLMER ROAD, TRANMERE
CALVINISTIC METHODISTS OR WELSH PRESBYTERIANS
CHATHAM STREET
ANFIELD ROAD
EDGE LANE
HUYTON QUARRY (WOOD LANE)
NETHERFIELD ROAD NORTH
NEWSHAM PARK
PARKFIELD, BIRKENHEAD
PEEL ROAD, BOOTLE
PRINCE'S ROAD, PRINCE'S PARK
STANLEY ROAD, BOOTLE
VICTORIA CHAPEL, CROSSHALL STREET
WALTON PARK, WALTON
WATERLOO, CROSBY ROAD SOUTH
WEBSTER ROAD
CONGREGATIONAL
LIVERPOOL CONGREGATIONAL UNION
BIRKENHEAD (HAMILTON SQUARE)
BIRKENHEAD (OXTON ROAD)
BOOTLE (EMMANUEL) BALLIOL ROAD
CHADWICK MOUNT
CRESCENT (EVERTON BROW)
EDGE HILL (MARMADUKE STREET)
GREAT GEORGE STREET
HOYLAKE (FILEY TERRACE, STATION ROAD)
LISCARD (RAKE LANE)
NORWOOD (WEST DERBY ROAD)
PRENTON (PRENTON ROAD, WEST TRANMERE)
ROCK FERRY
SEACOMBE
SEAFORTH (ELM ROAD)
STANLEY (GREEN LANE)
TOXTETH (ULLET ROAD)
TRANMERE (OLD CHESTER ROAD)
WALTON PARK
WATERLOO (CHURCH ROAD)
WAVERTREE (HUNTER'S LANE)
WOOLTON (HIGH STREET)
WELSH CONGREGATIONAL
BIRKENHEAD (ZION) (CLIFTON ROAD)
BIRKENHEAD (VITTORIA STREET
BOOTLE, UNIVERSITY ROAD, TRINITY ROAD
GREAT MERSEY STREET
KENSINGTON
PARK ROAD
INDEPENDENT METHODIST
HILL O' ZION, COCHRANE STREET, EVERTON, opened 1890
TETLOW STREET, built 1860, re-built 1877
METHODIST NEW CONNEXION CHAPELS
ST DOMINGO CHAPEL, BRECKFIELD ROAD NORTH
PARK PLACE CHAPEL
MISSION HALL
THE LIVERPOOL SOCIETY OF THE NEW CHURCH
25A BEDFORD STREE NORTH, erected 1857
PRIMITIVE METHODIST
FIRST CIRCUIT
PRINCE'S AVENUE (OPPOSITE BOULEVARD FOUNTAIN)
YATES STREET, TOXTETH PARK
PALMERSTON STREET, EDGE HILL
SECOND CIRCUIT
BOUNDARY STREET EAST
TUE BROOK
CHURCH ROAD WEST
THIRD CIRCUIT
EVERTON ROAD
JUBILEE DRIVE, KENSINGTON
NORTHUMBERLAND TERRACE, EVERTON
FOURTH CIRCUIT
QUEEN'S ROAD, BOOTLE
FIFTH CIRCUIT
AINTREE, LONGMORE LANE
BIRKENHEAD FIRST CIRCUIT
GRANGE ROAD
BECKWITH STREET
SEACOMBE, BRIGHTON STREET
WEST KIRBY, EATON ROAD
BIRKENHEAD SECOND CIRCUIT
MOUNT TABOR, HIGHER TRANMERE
IRBY
UNITARIANS
ANCIENT CHAPEL OF TOXTETH
BESSBOROUGH ROAD, OXTON, BIRKENHEAD
DOMESTIC MISSION CHAPEL, 265 to 287 MILL STREET, TOXTETH PARK
HAMILTON ROAD CHURCH
HOPE STREET CHURCH
NORTH END DOMESTIC MISSION, BOND STREET
ULLET ROAD CHAPEL
UNITED METHODIST FREE CHURCH
CENTRAL CIRCUIT
GROVE STREET CHAPEL, built 1873
HOLT ROAD, EDGE HILL, SCHOOL CHAPEL, built 1877
NORTH CIRCUIT
SCOTLAND ROAD CHAPEL, built 1843, enlarged 1866
HAMILTON ROAD, EVERTON, CHAPEL, built 1870, enlarged 1880
STUART ROAD, WALTON, SCHOOL CHAPEL, built 1890
NETHERFIELD ROAD CHAPEL, built 1878
BOSTOCK STREET, SCOTLAND ROAD
SOUTH CIRCUIT
WELLINGTON ROAD, TOXTETH PARK CHAPEL, built 1871
BIRKENHEAD AND SEACOMBE CIRCUIT
BIRKENHEAD, CLAUGHTON ROAD CHAPEL, built 1881
SEACOMBE, ST PAUL'S ROAD CHAPEL, built 1884, enlarged 1893
WELSH WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH, SERPENTINE ROAD, LISCARD
WESLEYAN METHODIST
LIVERPOOL - BRUNSWICK CIRCUIT
Formed 1865, from Liverpool (North) Circuit

BRUNSWICK CHAPEL, MOSS STREET, erected 1810
FAIRFIELD CHAPEL, LAUREL STREET, erected 1867
TUE BROOK CHAPEL, erected 1886
CRANBOURNE STREET MISSION ROOM
WEST DERBY CHAPEL (CROSBY GREEN)
BIRCH MEMORIAL CHAPEL, BINNS ROAD, EDGE LANE, erected 1884
DAY SCHOOLS FOR 691 SCHOLARS, ERSKINE STREET
LIVERPOOL - GREAT HOMER STREET CIRCUIT
Formed 1865, from Brunswick Circuit

GREAT HOMER STREET CHAPEL, erected 1840
WHITEFIELD ROAD CHAPEL, erected 1866
ANFIELD CHAPEL, OAKFIELD ROAD, erected 1885
MARGARET STREET MISSION CHAPEL
STITT STREET PREACHING ROOM
JUVENAL STREET MISSION ROOM
TOWNSEND LANE MISSION CHAPEL
DAY SCHOOLS FOR 750 SCHOLARS, PRINCE EDWIN STREET ALSO FOR 587 SCHOLARS, WHITEFIELD ROAD
LIVERPOOL - BOOTLE CIRCUIT
Formed 1865, from Liverpool (North) Circuit

BALLIOL ROAD CHAPEL, BOOTLE, erected 1864
KIRKDALE CHAPEL, WALTON ROAD, erected 1880
WALTON CHAPEL, RICE LANE, erected 1890
LITHERLAND CHAPEL, LITHERLAND PARK, erected 1873
ROSALIND STREET CHAPEL, erected 1877
CYPRUS ROAD CHAPEL, MARSH LANE, erected 1888
WESLEY HALL, SHERIDAN PLACE, DERBY ROAD, BOOTLE
WARBRECK MOOR, AINTREE
LINACRE ROAD CHAPEL, LINACRE
ANGLESEA ROAD PREACHING ROOM
MISSION ROOM, CITY ROAD, WALTON
DAY SCHOOLS FOR 348 SCHOLARS AT CRANMER CHAPEL, VAUXHALL ROAD
LIVERPOOL - GROVE STREET CIRCUIT
Formed 1875, from Wesley Circuit

TRINITY CHAPEL, GROVE STREET, erected 1859
WESLEY CHAPEL, VICTORIA PARK, WAVERTREE, erected 1873
ST PAUL'S CHAPEL, STONEYCROFT, erected 1865
AIGBURTH STREET, Chapel erected 1896
CARDWELL STREET CHAPEL, erected 1880
PICTON ROAD, WAVERTREE ROAD
HUYTON QUARRY CHAPEL
TRINITY CHAPEL DAY SCHOOLS FOR 461 SCHOLARS, VINE ST.
LIVERPOOL - WESLEY CIRCUIT
Formed 1863, from Liverpool (South) Circuit

WESLEY CHAPEL, STANHOPE STREET, erected 1827
ST PETER'S CHAPEL, HIGH PARK STREET, erected 1878
LODGE LANE, erected 1883
ISLAND ROAD CHAPEL, GARSTON, erected 1879
BANKS ROAD CHAPEL, GARSTON, erected 1882
SMITHDOWN ROAD CHAPEL, acquired 1897
DAY SCHOOLS FOR 707 SCHOLARS, WINDSOR STREET; ALSO FOR 400 SCHOLARS AT GARSTON
LIVERPOOL - ST JOHN'S CIRCUIT
Formed 1882, from Wesley Circuit

ST JOHN'S CHAPEL, BELVIDERE ROAD, PRINCE'S PARK, erected 1862
AIGBURTH VALE CHAPEL, erected 1876
LIVERPOOL - WOOLTON CIRCUIT
Formed 1895, from St John's Circuit

ST JAMES'S CHAPEL, WOOLTON, erected 1866
LIVERPOOL MISSION
Formed 1875, from Liverpool (Pitt St) Circuit. Re-arranged 1878.

PITT STREET CHAPEL, erected 1750, enlarged 1765, re-erected 1803, altered 1875
CENTRAL HALL, MOUNT PLEASANT, erected 1790
CRANMER CHAPEL, VAUXHALL ROAD, erected 1857
TEMPLAR HALL, MILL STREET
MISSION HALL, PHYHIAN STREET, LOW HILL
WESLEY HALL, SOHO STREET, erected 1837, acquired by this Mission 1889
MANSFIELD STREET (ST ANNE STREET) MISSION ROOM SHOE BLACK'S HOME
HUTCHINSON MISSION HALL, PARKHILL ROAD, erected 1893
LAD'S HOME, 101 & 103 SHAW STREET, purchased 1890
GIRL'S HOME, 26 FALKNER STREET, purchased 1892
GIRL'S WELCOME, 157 ISLINGTON
MEN'S LABOUR HOME, 169 DUKE STREET
BOY'S HOME, 28 ALFRED STREET
WATERLOO CIRCUIT
Formed 1859 from Liverpool (North) Circuit

WATERLOO CHAPEL, BATH STREET, erected 1857
BLUNDELLSANDS CHAPEL, erected 1891
FORMBY CHAPEL,erected 1877
SEAFORTH CHAPEL, GLADSTONE ROAD, erected 1886
MISSION HALL, GREAT CROSBY, erected 1891
MISSION ROOM, FORMBY
DAY SCHOOLS FOR 395 SCHOLARS, WESLEY STREET, WATERLOO
LIVERPOOL - SHAW STREET CIRCUIT (WELSH)
Formed 1871, from Liverpool (Welsh) Circuit

SHAW STREET CHAPEL, erected 1864
BOUNDARY STREET , EAST
TRINITY ROAD, BOOTLE, erected 1877
EDGE HILL, PLIMSOLL STREET,
GRANTON ROAD
KNOWSLEY ROAD, BOOTLE (SALISBURY ROAD BOARD SCHOOL)
LIVERPOOL - MOUNT ZION CIRCUIT (WELSH)
Formed 1871, from Liverpool (Welsh) Circuit

MOUNT ZION, PRINCE'S AVENUE, erected 1880
BETHEL, CLAUGHTON ROAD, BIRKENHEAD, altered 1893
ARTHUR STREET, BIRKENHEAD MISSION ROOM, 1897
ZION, LACY STREET, WIDNES
GARSTON, (HEALD STREET)
HERMON (ASHTON-IN-MAKERFIELD)
EARLSTOWN
GOLBORNE
SEACOMBE, SERPENTINE ROAD, LISCARD
BIRKENHEAD CIRCUIT
Formed 1851, from Liverpool (North) Circuit

BRUNSWICK CHAPEL, PRICE STREET, erected 1830, enlarged 1844 and 1876
WESLEY, HIGHER TRANMERE, erected 1862, enlarged 1875
PALM GROVE, OXTON, erected 1871, enlarged 1887
FREEHOLD, OLD CHESTER ROAD, TRANMERE, erected 1890
HIND STREET, erected 1873
LOW STREET, erected 1878
HESWALL, TELEGRAPH ROAD, erected 1891
LAIRD STREET, BIRKENHEAD,
DAY SCHOOLS FOR 490 SCHOLARS, BECKWITH STREET, BIRKENHEAD
ROCK FERRY CIRCUIT
Formed 1888, from Birkenhead Circuit

TRINITY CHAPEL, ROCK FERRY, erected 1866
SUTTON CHAPEL, erected 1877, enlarged 1890
NEW FERRY CHAPEL, erected 1891
TRAFALGAR, BEBINGTON, erected 1838
THORNTON HOUGH, erected 1860
BLUCHER MISSION HALL, erected 1889
PUDDINGTON CHAPEL, acquired 1896
VICTORIA HALL, Higher Bebington
SEACOMBE CIRCUIT
Formed 1860, from Birkenhead Circuit

SEACOMBE, BRIGHTON STREET, erected 1851
NEW BRIGHTON, EGERTON STREET, erected 1870, enlarged 1893
WALLASEY CHAPEL, erected 1885
LISCARD CHAPEL, MANOR ROAD, erected 1893
MISSION ROOM, OAKDALE
MISSION ROOM, EGERTON STREET
DAY SCHOOLS FOR 623 SCHOLARS, BRIGHTON ST, SEACOMBE
HOYLAKE AND WEST KIRBY CIRCUIT
HOYLAKE, MARKET ST, erected 1897
WEST KIRBY, WESTBOURNE ROAD, erected 1889
LIVERPOOL SEAMEN'S FRIEND SOCIETY & BETHEL UNION
Founded 1820

SOUTH BETHEL, WELLINGTON ROAD, TOXTETH
CHRIST (FREE) CHURCH
MIRANDA ROAD
CHURCHES OF CHRIST
EVERTON, THIRLMERE ROAD
PARK CHAPEL, WATERWORKS STREET, BOOTLE
WINDSOR STREET, TOXTETH PARK
WESLEY STREET, BIRKENHEAD
EGREMONT,MARTIN'S LANE
HOLY HILL TERRACE, TRANMERE
CRESCENT ROAD, LISCARD
CHAPEL OF THE RESURRECTION
CALDY VILLAGE, WEST KIRBY
CHURCH OF HUMANITY
25 FALKLAND STREET, ISLINGTON
GATEACRE CHAPEL
GATEACRE BROW
SCANDIVANIAN CHURCH
PARK LANE
UNITED FREE GOSPEL CHURCHES
ELIZABETH STREET, built 1871
UPPER BEAU STREET MISSION CHURCH
UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOD
60a EVERTON ROAD
SALVATION ARMY
BARRACKS 47 EAST STREET, WATERLOO
12 FOX STREET
101 WALTON ROAD
67 BARLOW STREET, KIRKDALE
BRECK ROAD
74 to 78 OLIVER STREET, BIRKENHEAD
20 DEMESNE STREET, SEACOMBE
MISSION CHAPELS AND ROOMS
ALL SAINT'S CHURCH INSTITUTE, TAGUS STREET
ALL SAINT'S MISSION ROOM, 1 MILL LANE, OLD SWAN
BAPTIST EVANGELICAL HALL, ALLERTON ROAD, WOOLTON
BETHEL GOSPEL MISSION, 1 EDINBURGH STREET, GREAT HOMER STREET
BUTCHER'S MISSION ROOM, ST ANDREW STREET
CARADOC MISSION HALL, 7 CARADOC ROAD, SEAFORTH
CARADOC MISSION HOUSE, 10 CARADOC ROAD, SEAFORTH
CLUB MOOR MISSION, LARK HILL LANE
CRESCENT AND RICHMOND FAIR MISSION HALL, 190 RICHMOND ROW
GORDON STREET MISSION HALL, GREAT HOMER STREET
GOSPEL HALL, 176 CONWAY STREET, BIRKENHEAD
GOSPEL MISSION ROOM, 86 HARTNUP STREET
HEBREW MISSION HALL, DEVON STREET
JEWISH MISSION HALL
LIVERPOOL TOWN MISSIONS, 55 BENLEDI STREET
MISSION SCHOOLS (UNDENOMINATIONAL), LINACRE
MOORE STREET, BOOTLE (WELSH BAPTIST)
OAKDALE WESLEYAN MISSION, 17 OAKDALE RD, SEACOMBE
PORTER STREET, EVERTON (THE BRITISH PROTESTANT UNION)
PRESBYTERIAN:
HYSLOP STREET
MISSION HALL, PRINCE'S ROAD, GREASBY
RICE LANE MISSION ROOM, 108 RICE LANE, WALTON
RICHMOND MISSION ROOM, 215 BRECKFIELD ROAD NORTH
ST LUKE'S MISSION CHURCH, LIMEKILN LANE, POULTON, BIRKENHEAD
ST MARGARET'S MISSION HOUSE, 27 BELMONT ROAD, EVERTON
ST PAUL'S MISSION HALL, ASHVILLE ROAD, SEACOMBE, BIRKENHEAD
ST SAVIOUR'S MISSION HALL, 12 ALMOND STREET
ST THOMAS'S MISSION HALL, 112 RAWSON ROAD, SEAFORTH
SEACOMBE BETHEL, WHEATLAND LANE, SEACOMBE, BIRKENHEAD
UNDENOMINATIONAL EVANGELICAL MISSION HOUSE, WALKER STREET, HIGHER TRANMERE
UNION CHURCH MISSION ROOM (ST JOHN'S), UNION STREET, EGREMONT
UNSECTARIAN, WATERWORKS STREET, LITHERLAND ROAD, BOOTLE
WESLEYAN:
CROSBY MISSION HOUSE, LIVERPOOL ROAD, CROSBY
CARDWELL STREET
CITY ROAD
HIND STREET
NETHERFIELD ROAD NORTH
85 TOWNSEND LANE, ANFIELD
WESLEYAN FREE CHURCH MISSION HALL, 41 BOSTOCK STREET
WINDSOR HALL, HOLDEN STREET (UNDENOMINATIONAL)




For an in depth history of Liverpool Churches
we recommend 'The Churches of Liverpool'
By David Lewis





Sources

British History Online
Wikipedia
Liverpool Central Library
Liverpool Records Office


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