Faith 2017 comes to St David’s Friday Cafe

A school choir came to sing at The Friday Morning Community Café at St David’s Church in Childwall as part of a year-long programme entitled Faith 2017.

Faith 2017 consists of a series of events, talks, visits, workshops and social action projects, facilitated by Alsop High School in partnership with Together for the Common Good, Liverpool SACRE, The Archbishop of York Youth Trust, Liverpool Diocese, local secondary and partner primary schools, churches of different denominations, other faith traditions and community groups.

Cllr Wolfson with school pupils

King David High School Choir performed multi-cultural medleys to lift spirits and gladden hearts and a faith quiz also took place utilizing Liverpool’s Community Spirit Faith Wheel.

Cathi Wareing and Alsop High School’s Peter Bull talked about Faith 2017 to the large number of residents present.

Councillor Jeremy Wolfson said: “This was a fabulous uplifting event and everyone really enjoyed the performance by our young people. They sang beautifully and were fantastic ambassadors for their school and young people.”

The Friday Café, was set up using some of the Mayoral Neighbourhood Fund allocation for Childwall Councillors Frank Hont, Liz Parsons and Jeremy Wolfson. It has run successfully for more than three years and introduced a monthly community event on the first Friday of each month.

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