Known to Liverpudlians as ‘The Bombed Out Church’. St Lukes was a victim of German World War II bombing, being destroyed in May 1941. The original church building, which dated from 1802, was damaged beyond repair and the landmark of the shell was dedicated as a memorial to the victims of the Blitz of Liverpool.
The site hosts artistic events including outdoor movies, exhibitions, poetry readings, tai chi and yoga.
The site is now also home to the Irish Famine Memorial by Eamonn O’Docherty.
You can find out more about the history of the church and future events by visiting their website here.