Every Saturday from 1st March until 31st October
10am to 4pm
Each Saturday*, free public entry to this unique and beautiful Grade I Listed cast iron church.Built in 1815, St Michael's and the 'Hamlet' of houses around it went even further than St George's Everton in replacing traditional materials and building techniques with a revolutionary new approach, securing Liverpool's unique place in architectural history.
Despite its internationally important place in history it continues to provide a vibrant local centre for community life and an accessible sacred space for personal reflection and worship. We would love you to come and learn more about this historic and beautiful hidden gem of Liverpool.
Volunteers and leaflets are available to enhance your visit.
No need to book on Saturdays but for large group and/or other days, bookings can be made via Church wardens, Brian 07985 241627 or Karen 07776 237903)
Limited car prking along the side of the church but a Car park is located a few minutes walk on St Michael's Road.
The church is a few minutes walk from Aigburth road (82 bus route) and the nearest station is St Michaels.
Entrance is free:
Entrance is free however a donation would be warmly invited. The preservation, protection and improvement of St Michaels is a continuing financial challenge. Any support would be very welcome. There are numerous ways to give. You can donate at your visit, you can donate online following the link to our giving page, or you can text 'IRON15' and an amount (up to £10) to 70070.
Friends of St Michaels:
We are always looking for new members, click here for more details on how you can support us.
*we aim to be open every Saturday, however, some closure is neccessary due to Weddings