Liverpool Cathedral was lit up in various different colours to symbolise hope and solidarity to a city that would normally be hosting an arts festival this past weekend.
The Cathedral normally takes part in the city's annual LightNight - which celebrates the city's culture scene by putting on dances, music and art galleries.
This year the theme to take part was 'home' and performances were streamed online using the hastag #LightNightatHome.
The Cathedral decided to light up the building in multi-colours and the choir sung a Processional Evensong over the internet.
Images were projected on significant buildings across the city - designed by two Liverpool creative tech companies Adlib and Draw and Code.
A Monthly Gift Of £5 Makes A World Of Difference
In a world of fake news there’s never been a greater need for quality Christian journalism. Premier’s mission is to provide the Church with the most up to date and relevant news, told from a Christian perspective. But we can’t do it without you.
Unlike many websites we haven't put up a paywall — we want to keep our journalism free at the point of need and as open as we can. Premier’s news output takes a lot of time, money and hard work to produce. No one in the UK is sharing news like we are across radio, magazines and online so please help us to continue that today.
For a monthly gift of £5 or more we’d also be able to send you a free copy of the brand new Premier Bible, a wonderful Anglicised version of the NLT packed with exclusive bonus content, reading plan and resources to help you get the most out of scripture.
Your monthly support will make a world of difference. Thank you.Set up a monthly gift