Prayer Room at Liverpool John Lennon Airport
We are pleased to advise that the Prayer Room is now open and located after Security on the Upper Level of the Departure Lounge.
Please note also:-
- Passengers wishing to speak with the Airport Chaplain, Nicky Lees, are advised to get in touch via the Information Desk.
An unusual addition to any airport, the garden is a place of natural beauty and is much appreciated by all who enjoy a few moments respite in the fresh air.
This open space is developing well as people plant flowering shrubs and trees to celebrate a particular anniversary or in thankfulness for the life of a loved one.
The Chaplaincy Logo
Central to the logo is a kneeling figure which represents human spirituality. The many colours of the rainbow serve to remind us that while all human beings may be different from one another, when we stand side by side in peace and harmony, every hue enriches the whole and plays its part in creating something truly beautiful.
The Airport Chaplain
The Airport Chaplain is Nicky Lees and her office can be found on Level 3 (after Security). Although she is often out in the terminal building, Nicky can easily be contacted at any time via the Information Desk. The greater part of our Chaplain's role is to be there for all passengers, staff or visitors whatever their need may be. Over the years, many have welcomed Nicky's support, care and listening ear with the assurance of complete confidentiality.
Mission in the Economy
The Prayer Room and Chaplaincy are the initiative of Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Mission in the Economy. They acknowledge that human beings are body, mind and spirit and are committed to addressing issues of wholeness in all aspects of their work with people.