Huyton Parish Church is located on the corner of Bluebell Lane and Huyton Lane.
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. Members of staff, visiting clergy and others may park in the vicarage. This is by permission of the vicar/Church Wardens (Pease note the vicarage is at present being rented out and so consideration must be given to the folk who live there)
Wheelchair users and other people who have physical disabilities may find space on the layby on Huyton Lane close to the church. This is not an official parking space and requires a permit.
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 difficulties for some people with disabilities. It is possible for people to gain entry into the church grounds for manual wheelchair using portable ramps which are available for use on the steps leading up from Bluebell Lane. If additional help is needed please contact Angela: firstname.lastname@example.org - Tel: 07926 693495
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 needs them. If you are visually impaired we can provide large print copies.
KITCHEN there is a fully fitted kitchen in the church. Everyone is invited to chat over hot or cold drinks after the morning service is over. Drinking water is available.
COMMUNITY ROOM is available on Sundays to accommodate very young children where you can find some toys to entertain them. In the baptistry near the font there is a space where older children are encouraged to take part in a supervised activity more suited to their age.
There are always people about ready to help, so if we can help in any way, just ask.