Details of a £1.535m blessing for North West religious buildings are due to be announced on Tuesday.
The Princes Road Synagogue is due to get a grant
English Heritage and the Heritage Lottery Fund will announce the grants repair package for the region's Grade I and II* listed religious sites.
Among those to benefit will be St Vincent de Paul RC Church, Liverpool. which will get £157,000 for specialist repair work and restoration.
The church was desined by noted 19th Century architect E W Pugin.
St Vincent's, which was built in 1856-7, is to receive an initial grant of £16,000 to fund a specialist timber investigation and repair of gutters.
Another grant of £141,000 will fund extensive repair and restoration work.
The latest round of funding has also helped places of worship such as Liverpool's Princes Road Synagogue, a Grade II* listed building.
The synagogue, built in 1874 with a fine painted and gilded interior, has been offered £84,000 for re-slating of the roof and eradication of dry rot. Other places in Merseyside to benefit include St Clement's Church, Toxteth, St Christopher's Church, Norris Green and Holy Cross Church, Wirral.