German Church, Liverpool
The North of England German Protestant churches are members of the Synod of German-speaking Lutheran, Reformed and United Congregations in Great Britain and come under the care of the overseas department of the EKD.
Services in German are held twice a month on the first (4pm) and third Sunday (11am).
Regular Groups include a Faith discussion group, Wirral Circle and a Toddler Play Group.
An English cleric came across a prayer meeting of some Germans in a disused ship on the River Mersey, a man was ordained and ministered to this congregation. Initially it was a German-speaking congregation in the Church of England, later to become Lutheran.
- "The history of Lutherans in Britain". Council of Lutheran Churches. Retrieved 28 July 2014.
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