Interested in New Lay Governance Roles for Liverpool Archdiocese?

Liverpool Roman Catholic Archdiocesan Trust is a registered charity and its charitable affairs are governed by a group of Trustees appointed by the Archbishop from the senior clergy and suitably qualified and experienced lay faithful of the Archdiocese.  The Trustees have recently decided to change the governance structure of the Archdiocese by extending the number of lay trustees and creating some new policy structures.  Applications to become a trustee or a member of the policy structures are invited from suitably experienced/qualified lay Catholics. 


The Most Reverend Malcom McMahon OP, the Archbishop of Liverpool, wishes to appoint 4 additional lay trustees. 

We are especially seeking people who have experience in the following fields: Finance, Legal, Property, HR, Communications, Education.

Policy Committees

The Archdiocese is establishing 4 committees to carry out detailed policy work on behalf of the Trustees and Archbishop’s Council: Mission Planning, Pastoral Formation, Education and Finance.

There are a number of lay positions on these bodies and we would like to hear from you if you are interested in serving on one of these.

For an informal discussion about either of the above roles, please contact:

Martin Miller (Chief Operating Officer) or Candice McDonald (Head of HR & OD)
Tel: 0151 522 1000 or Email:   

An information pack which outlines how to apply is available on request or can be downloaded here

- Applications for trustee positions should be sent to the Chief Operating Officer by Friday 20th September 2019.
- Expressions of interest in the policy roles should be sent to the Chief Operating Officer by Monday 30th September 2019.

Please feel free to pass this on to someone who you think would be interested in these roles.