St Michael, Huyton Parish Church, Huyton

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WELCOME TO HUYTON PARISH CHURCH

The congregation of Huyton Parish Church is made up of people of different ages and from all sections of the community. Often after a morning service people catch up with the latest news over refreshments. Visitors are warmly welcomed and quickly find themselves at home. Families where there are young children can take advantage of the play area in the Community Room at the back of the church.

Heading the Church is the vicar The Revd Canon John A Stanley supported by the Church Wardens Mr Steve Hill and Mrs Anne Wilson. The Structure management is exercised by the Parochial Church Council (PCC) which in turn is subdivided into two main committees: The Standing Committee and the Family Worker Committee. Details of PCC and Committee membership is set out in the 2009 Annual Report of the Parish which can be obtained from the parish office.

Additional staff include the Readers: Mrs Brenda Ashcroft, Mrs Hazel Byron, Mrs Gwyn Eagleton, Mrs Elaine Stanley and Miss Sue Thomas. They support the vicar in a variety of ways, most noticeably in the leading of worship and preaching sermons.

Huyton Parish Church is committed to the wider community through: The Family Worker, Huyton with Roby C of E School - Huyton Churches Training Services - The Access Centre and the Fourth Dimension (Charity Shop) in the town centre.

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CHURCH ACCESSIBILITY

Huyton Parish Church is located on the corner of Bluebell Lane and Huyton Lane.   Due to the historic nature of the church access, particularly for people living with disabilities which affect their walking is extremely difficult.   The difficulties in accessing the church from the street and within the building itself is high on our agenda  and we hope that in the not too distant future most of the present difficulties regarding access will be resolved.  

FAMILY OCCASIONS   If you are planning a family occasion - Baptism, Wedding or a Funeral and someone in your party has special needs, please inform the vicar at the time of booking and we will do all we can to accommodate you  

CAR PARKING   The church does not have a car park but on Sundays. cars can be parked in Stanley Road and other side roads in the area. At other times there are two car parks within easy walking distance. Asda car park can be accessed from Huyton Lane and the other can be accessed from Arch Way Road.   Wheelchair users and other people who have difficulties may find space on the layby on Huyton Lane close to the church. This is not an official parking space.  

IMPORTANT PLEASE READ   Due to the historic nature of the church there are some access issues when getting from the pavement into the church grounds which may present some difficulties for people with disabilities. It is possible for people to gain entry into the church grounds for manual wheelchair uses as portable ramps are available for use on the steps leading up from Bluebell Lane. A helper would be needed to aid visitors requiring access. Please phone the Parish Office on 0151 449 3900 for further advice on wheelchair access.  

FACILITIES

A LOOP SYSTEM is installed in the church  

TOILET situated at the back of the church near the kitchen. It is a spacious fully fitted toilet suitable for people of all ages, with or without disabilities. It is clearly labelled.  

PROJECTION services are usually projected but service sheets and or books are available for anyone who requires them.  

KITCHEN there is a fully fitted kitchen in the church. Everyone is invited to chat over hot drinks after the morning service is over. Occasionally refreshments are available before or after evening services.   Water is available if required.  

There are always people about ready to help, so if we can help in any way, just ask.      

 

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PARISH OFFICE
OPEN Mon to Thurs; 9am - 12 noon
The Vicarage,
Bluebell Lane Huyton,
L36 7SA
(0151) 449 3900

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Worship
8.30 am Holy Communion every Sunday. A said service using Book of Common Prayer The pattern for worship is as follows:- 1st Sunday 10.30am Baptism Service 6.30 pm Eucharist Common Worship 2nd Sunday 10.30am Eucharist 6.30pm Evening Prayer 3rd Sunday. 10.30 am family Service 6.30 pm Eucharist 4th Sunday 10.30 am Eucharist 6.30 pm Evening Prayer /Taize j 5th Sunday 10.30 am Eucharist 6.30 pm Taize Style Service Both the services are Common Worship with hymns and songs accompanied with organ, piano and music group. There is a play area for young children and older ones have classes during the morning Eucharist services. Light refreshments served after the 10.30am services and before the Taize Style service. There are slight variations to the worship programme when there are festivals. The worship is relaxed and relatively informal. Family Service is an All Age Services which especially caters for children and young people. All services are projected on screen but there are books/ service sheets for those who need them.
8.30 am Holy Communion every Sunday. A said service using Book of Common Prayer The pattern for worship is as follows:- 1st Sunday 10.30am Baptism Service 6.30 pm Eucharist Common Worship 2nd Sunday 10.30am Eucharist every Sunday at
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Worship
8.30 am Holy Communion every Sunday. A said service using Book of Common Prayer The pattern for worship is as follows:- 1st Sunday 10.30am Baptism Service 6.30 pm Eucharist Common Worship 2nd Sunday 10.30am Eucharist 6.30pm Evening Prayer 3rd Sunday. 10.30 am family Service 6.30 pm Eucharist 4th Sunday 10.30 am Eucharist 6.30 pm Evening Prayer /Taize j 5th Sunday 10.30 am Eucharist 6.30 pm Taize Style Service Both the services are Common Worship with hymns and songs accompanied with organ, piano and music group. There is a play area for young children and older ones have classes during the morning Eucharist services. Light refreshments served after the 10.30am services and before the Taize Style service. There are slight variations to the worship programme when there are festivals. The worship is relaxed and relatively informal. Family Service is an All Age Services which especially caters for children and young people. All services are projected on screen but there are books/ service sheets for those who need them.
8.30 am Holy Communion every Sunday. A said service using Book of Common Prayer The pattern for worship is as follows:- 1st Sunday 10.30am Baptism Service 6.30 pm Eucharist Common Worship 2nd Sunday 10.30am Eucharist
Every Sunday at
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Features

Toilets

Wheelchair accessible toilets

(Hymn Books / Orders of Service etc.)

(Hymn Books / Orders of Service etc.)

Assistance dogs (eg guide dogs, hearing dogs, dogs for the disabled) welcome
Stained Glass
Organ
Audio-Visual
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Incumbent: The Revd Canon John Alexander STANLEY
A Church Near You ID (venue number): 15140
Archdeaconry: Knowsley and Sefton (223)
Deanery: Huyton (22302)
Benefice: Huyton St Michael (22/085 X)
Parish Legal Name: Huyton (220176 )
CofE Church Info: (622176 22/176)
Short URL: acny.uk/15140/
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This page was last updated on Friday 18th November 2016
 
 
 
St Michael, Huyton Parish Church : Blue Bell Lane, Huyton, Merseyside, L36 7SE

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