.... LINKS ...

Listed below are links to various Church of England and other, mainly Christian, websites which might be of interest. They include both official national and local sites and some others which are less reverential.

If any church or other organisation is interested in having a link placed on this page please contact Chris Price via the St Faith`s home page.

Over the years some sites may change their address or cease to function after being posted here. 

Official Cof E website                 The main Church of England website

ChurchNet UK                                  A comprehensive list of Internet sites connected with religion and Church matters.

Common Worship                       The official site for all authorised Common Worship services

Wakefield Cathedral Website      The website for Wakefield Cathedral

National Readers' Website          The website for Church of England Readers

The Church Times Website         The Church Times website

The Mersey Mission Website       The website of the Mersey Mission to Seafarers

Anglicans Online                         Unofficial site: information about the C of E and the worldwide Anglican Communion

oremus                                        A source of daily prayer and devotional material

Anglican Communion News Service

The Ship of Fools                         A splendid satirical site for those who don't take things too seriously

St John's School, Waterloo          The website of our local Church of England primary school

The Crosby Channel 
                    Local news, information and correspondence site

Walsingham                                 The website of the Anglican Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham

The Hunger Site                           Click on this page (and bookmark it for daily use!) to fund free food for the hungry.
                                                    The site provided 5,200,000 cups of staple food in 2003.

St Chad's College                         The website of the Durham University College, originally established by our founder,
                                                     Douglas Horsfall, and which holds the patronage of the living of Saint Faith's

Pharisaios                                    Another entertaining satirical site, with a wide range of spoof hymns and songs,
                                                    some of which are guaranteed to give offence...

'www.organrecitals.com'              A lively, informative and entertaining site detailing organ recitals and instruments throughout the country.

Merchant Taylors' School            Across the road from St Faith's, the school has strong links with the church,
                                                    where it holds school services

'Of Your Charity'

Links to organisations with which the people of St Faith's are associated in various ways.


Christian Aid is a  organisation that insists the world can and must be swiftly changed to one where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty. We provide urgent, practical and effective assistance where need is great, tackling the effects of poverty as well as its root causes,    We are an agency of the churches in Britain and Ireland and we are mandated to work on relief, development and advocacy for poverty eradication.  Christian Aidís work is founded on Christian faith, inspired by hope and acts to change an unjust world through charity Ė a  practical love and care for our neighbours.

Traidcraft fights poverty through trade, helping people in developing countries to transform their lives. Thanks to our supporters, we have been the UK's leading fair trade organisation for 35 years. We run effective development programmes, sell a great range of fair trade products and campaign hard to bring about trade justice.
Fairtrade is a global movement with a strong and active presence in the UK, represented by the Fairtrade Foundation. Fairtrade is a movement for change that works directly with businesses, consumers and campaigners to make trade deliver for farmers and workers. The international Fairtrade system represents the world's largest and most recognised fair trade system. We are a global organisation working to secure a better deal for farmers and workers.
The Fairtrade Crosby Network  aims to promote the use of Fairtrade products in Crosby, Hightown, Thornton and Waterloo in order to help producers in less developed countries. Our first aim is for Crosby to be officially recognised as a Fairtrade town with the support of our churches, schools and retailers.

Medic Malawi is a charity supporting St Andrew's Hospital in the Mtunthama region of Malawi. St Faith's has strong links with the organisation and has raised funds for many years in support of the hospital. The kindergarten at St Andrew's is named after St Faith's.

The Waterloo Partnership actively supports the community of Waterloo, Sierra Leone. St Faith's members include past anr present trustees of the choarty, and have made successive visits toi the area; support is goven to educational, health and building projects.

The Liverpool Diocese and area

Liverpool Cathedral Website       The website for Liverpool Cathedral

Liverpool Parish Websites           Access all online parishes in the Liverpool Diocese

Cathedral Music Links                All about church music in Britain - cathedrals, choirs and facilities

Parish Church Choirs                 Details of linked church choirs nationwide - including ours

Liverpool Diocese Website          The Liverpool Diocese website

St Luke's Church, Great Crosby  The website of our neighbouring Anglican parish

St John`s, Ainsdale, Southport

St Luke's, Southport

St Agnes, Ullet Road                    The website of another Liverpool Anglican church founded by the Horsfall family

St Paul's, Stoneycroft                   Another local church with strong connections to St Faith's founder, Douglas Horsfall

The Waterloo Partnership            Twinning our Waterloo with Waterloo, Sierra Leone. We have strong links with them.

Other Churches dedicated to Saint Faith

Visit this link for churches in the UK and worldwide dedicated to our patron saint - several now with website links 

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