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The Bread Church

The Bread Church (also known as Somewhere Else) is an inclusive community that meets around the making and sharing of bread. We offer a warm welcome, hospitality and friendship to those of all faiths and none.

We make bread by hand, with individuals and community groups of all ages and abilities. The sessions include time for:

  • all the elements of making bread,
  • conversation and refreshments,
  • shared reflection and prayers, and
  • a simple meal together, prepared by volunteers and those who come to make bread.  

Anyone wishing to make bread is asked to arrive by 11a.m.  To share in other parts of the fellowship – coffee, conversation, Reflections and lunch – people arrive at any time from mid-morning onwards.

The activity is usually led by our team of volunteers who help with hospitality, and guide visitors through the steps in bread-making. 

All our volunteers, known as facilitators, have undergone a 5 session training programme which includes food hygiene as well as safeguarding.

Check our Facebook page to keep up to date.

How can I access this service?
No booking needed. However, if you intend to bring a group new to baking, then please phone/email to let us know, so that we can organise enough helpers.
When is this activity on?
We are open twice weekly, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 10.30 am – 2.00 pm to make bread by hand.
How much will it cost me?
Suggested donation of £2 per loaf you make and £2 for the shared lunch
How to get there
Nearest Station Liverpool Central (5 min walk) or Liverpool Lime Street (10 min walk). Entrance next to News from Nowhere bookshop. We are not in a traditional church building. Press the bottom left button on the keypad and we can buzz you in, we’re on the 2nd floor. The lift is along the corridor on the right, or just take the stairs
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What groups of people is this for?
The general public
What age groups is this for?
What areas of the city is this for?
People from anywhere in the city


The Bread Church, Liverpool City Centre Methodist Church, 96 Bold Street, L1 4HY



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Healthwatch Liverpool
Citizens Advice Liverpool