top of page

Welcome to
Walton Team
Ministry

Three Churches One Parish 

Normal Weekly Sunday Service times

10.00am at St Aidan's

10.30am at St Mary's

11.00am at St Nathanael's

The Parish Office is open Tuesday to Friday

8am-5pm

Memorial Service
St Marys Church, Sunday 12th November at 6pm
The Walton Team Ministry have traditionally held a Memorial Service  for those who have been bereaved in the last twelve months. It has been attended by many families over the years, and brings comfort to a wide number of people.

You will see more of the Churchyard is slowly being cleared ready for documentation of the graves. If you can lend a hand we would be grateful! Please do get in touch if you can help

IMG_8241 2.HEIC

Prayers, shouted, whispered and unspoken…

God of wisdom, as your prophets of old saw unlimited possibilities and called people to faithful living,

Grant us the vision needed to change your world.

Where the voices of greed drown out the voices of the needy,

Where children die through malnutrition,

Where countries are devastated by war

Grant us the courage to make a difference, and:

Send your Spirit to bring new life.

Where the shouts of despair drown out the whispers of the hopeful,

Where peace appears to be an unobtainable dream,

Where well-being is measured by how much we own,

Grant us the courage to make a difference, and

Send your Spirit to bring new life.

Where the laughter of the arrogant drowns out the whispers of the broken-hearted,

Where depressed people find only stigma and rejection,

Where refugees are unwelcome and uncared for,

Grant us the courage to make a difference, and

Send your Spirit to bring new life.

Where the alleluias of the self-righteous drown out the prayers of the faithful,

Where churches are dying through lack of vision,

Where people of faith distrust each other,

Grant us the courage to make a difference, and

Send your Spirit to bring new life.

Hear all our prayers, shouted, whispered and unspoken. Amen

 

Merciful God,

We remember before you the peacemakers in our world

We pray for all who risk their own comfort

And safety in order to make your world a safer,

More comfortable place for all.

We know that in every cruel act,

Christ is crucified again.

Yet in every act of self-sacrifice

we come face to face  with the risen Lord,

Help us to be faithful risk-takers for the sake of love and peace,

Joining you, gracious God, in your work to renew creation.

If we are ever tempted to despair,

or feel that the darkness will overwhelm us,

remind us that Christ is the Light of the World

and the darkness will never overcome that light,

In the name of the Prince of Peace. Amen

 

I want to mount up on wings like eagles,

Only I need to get to the supermarket.

This is the problem with the sublime:

Life tends to be more about the mundane.

I believe I can float on the thermals with the breeze in my feathers,

But I’ll be late for work if I don’t go now.

I’m a feet on the ground kind of believer,

Pragmatic, sensible, sane,

Not easily led by a crafty deceiver,

Who says I could fly with no plane!

I’d love to soar on the wings of God’s love,

It’s just that I’ve got to get the car serviced.

To be honest, it’s not just the timing

That lowers my heavenly sights,

It’s not even a doubt versus faith thing.

It’s more that I’m frightened by heights!

 

To the one who can overturn the rulers and powers:

We offer thanks and praise

To the one who strengthens the powerless

We offer thanks and praise

To the one who helps us soar on wings like eagles

We offer thanks and praise. Amen

Adapted

Michaela Youngson – The Weaver, the Word and Wisdom

St. Aidan
Cherry Lane
St Mary the Virgin
Walton Church
County Road
St Nathanael
Fazakerley road

Welcome!

Welcome to Walton Team Ministry, a group of three churches in the Parish of Walton, Liverpool, that includes Walton Church (St. Mary the Virgin) Walton on the Hill, St Aidan, Cherry Lane, and St. Nathanael, Fazakerley Road.

 

Our history of serving this community is long and varied. In 1086  Walton Church is recorded in the Domesday book and it is known that a church was here at least 200 years before then.  The church of St. Mary's that we see today has been rebuilt and changed many times over the past 1200 years.  Both St Aidan's and St Nathanael's were opened in 1909 and have become the spiritual heart of their communities.

Throughout the many years of being places of Christian witness our ethos and values remain the same - to provide a place and sense of belonging to those who want to worship and serve our God. 

We hope you find our website useful. If you have further questions please do not hesitate to get in touch through our Parish Office by email at waltonparish@outlook.com , or by phone  0151 525 4002.

Full contact details including addresses can be viewed by clicking on the 'Visit Us' tab. 

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Walton Team Ministry takes its duty and obligation to protect all extremely seriously. We have adopted the national Church of England's robust procedures and guidelines. You can find out more about the national policies and procedures at:   

www.churchofengland.org/safeguarding


If you have any safeguarding concerns or issues on a safeguarding matter then you can find useful contact information at:     

http://www.liverpool.anglican.org/safeguarding

Welcome to
Walton Team
Ministry

Three Churches One Parish 

Normal Weekly Sunday Service times

10.00am at St Aidan's

10.30am at St Mary's

11.00am at St Nathanael's

The Parish Office is open Tuesday to Friday

8am-5pm

Memorial Service
St Marys Church, Sunday 12th November at 6pm
The Walton Team Ministry have traditionally held a Memorial Service  for those who have been bereaved in the last twelve months. It has been attended by many families over the years, and brings comfort to a wide number of people.

You will see more of the Churchyard is slowly being cleared ready for documentation of the graves. If you can lend a hand we would be grateful! Please do get in touch if you can help

IMG_8241 2.HEIC

Prayers, shouted, whispered and unspoken…

God of wisdom, as your prophets of old saw unlimited possibilities and called people to faithful living,

Grant us the vision needed to change your world.

Where the voices of greed drown out the voices of the needy,

Where children die through malnutrition,

Where countries are devastated by war

Grant us the courage to make a difference, and:

Send your Spirit to bring new life.

Where the shouts of despair drown out the whispers of the hopeful,

Where peace appears to be an unobtainable dream,

Where well-being is measured by how much we own,

Grant us the courage to make a difference, and

Send your Spirit to bring new life.

Where the laughter of the arrogant drowns out the whispers of the broken-hearted,

Where depressed people find only stigma and rejection,

Where refugees are unwelcome and uncared for,

Grant us the courage to make a difference, and

Send your Spirit to bring new life.

Where the alleluias of the self-righteous drown out the prayers of the faithful,

Where churches are dying through lack of vision,

Where people of faith distrust each other,

Grant us the courage to make a difference, and

Send your Spirit to bring new life.

Hear all our prayers, shouted, whispered and unspoken. Amen

 

Merciful God,

We remember before you the peacemakers in our world

We pray for all who risk their own comfort

And safety in order to make your world a safer,

More comfortable place for all.

We know that in every cruel act,

Christ is crucified again.

Yet in every act of self-sacrifice

we come face to face  with the risen Lord,

Help us to be faithful risk-takers for the sake of love and peace,

Joining you, gracious God, in your work to renew creation.

If we are ever tempted to despair,

or feel that the darkness will overwhelm us,

remind us that Christ is the Light of the World

and the darkness will never overcome that light,

In the name of the Prince of Peace. Amen

 

I want to mount up on wings like eagles,

Only I need to get to the supermarket.

This is the problem with the sublime:

Life tends to be more about the mundane.

I believe I can float on the thermals with the breeze in my feathers,

But I’ll be late for work if I don’t go now.

I’m a feet on the ground kind of believer,

Pragmatic, sensible, sane,

Not easily led by a crafty deceiver,

Who says I could fly with no plane!

I’d love to soar on the wings of God’s love,

It’s just that I’ve got to get the car serviced.

To be honest, it’s not just the timing

That lowers my heavenly sights,

It’s not even a doubt versus faith thing.

It’s more that I’m frightened by heights!

 

To the one who can overturn the rulers and powers:

We offer thanks and praise

To the one who strengthens the powerless

We offer thanks and praise

To the one who helps us soar on wings like eagles

We offer thanks and praise. Amen

Adapted

Michaela Youngson – The Weaver, the Word and Wisdom

Welcome to
Walton Team
Ministry

Three Churches One Parish 

Memorial Service
St Marys Church, Sunday 12th November at 6pm
The Walton Team Ministry have traditionally held a Memorial Service  for those who have been bereaved in the last twelve months. It has been attended by many families over the years, and brings comfort to a wide number of people.

You will see more of the Churchyard is slowly being cleared ready for documentation of the graves. If you can lend a hand we would be grateful! Please do get in touch if you can help

IMG_8241 2.HEIC

Prayers, shouted, whispered and unspoken…

God of wisdom, as your prophets of old saw unlimited possibilities and called people to faithful living,

Grant us the vision needed to change your world.

Where the voices of greed drown out the voices of the needy,

Where children die through malnutrition,

Where countries are devastated by war

Grant us the courage to make a difference, and:

Send your Spirit to bring new life.

Where the shouts of despair drown out the whispers of the hopeful,

Where peace appears to be an unobtainable dream,

Where well-being is measured by how much we own,

Grant us the courage to make a difference, and

Send your Spirit to bring new life.

Where the laughter of the arrogant drowns out the whispers of the broken-hearted,

Where depressed people find only stigma and rejection,

Where refugees are unwelcome and uncared for,

Grant us the courage to make a difference, and

Send your Spirit to bring new life.

Where the alleluias of the self-righteous drown out the prayers of the faithful,

Where churches are dying through lack of vision,

Where people of faith distrust each other,

Grant us the courage to make a difference, and

Send your Spirit to bring new life.

Hear all our prayers, shouted, whispered and unspoken. Amen

 

Merciful God,

We remember before you the peacemakers in our world

We pray for all who risk their own comfort

And safety in order to make your world a safer,

More comfortable place for all.

We know that in every cruel act,

Christ is crucified again.

Yet in every act of self-sacrifice

we come face to face  with the risen Lord,

Help us to be faithful risk-takers for the sake of love and peace,

Joining you, gracious God, in your work to renew creation.

If we are ever tempted to despair,

or feel that the darkness will overwhelm us,

remind us that Christ is the Light of the World

and the darkness will never overcome that light,

In the name of the Prince of Peace. Amen

 

I want to mount up on wings like eagles,

Only I need to get to the supermarket.

This is the problem with the sublime:

Life tends to be more about the mundane.

I believe I can float on the thermals with the breeze in my feathers,

But I’ll be late for work if I don’t go now.

I’m a feet on the ground kind of believer,

Pragmatic, sensible, sane,

Not easily led by a crafty deceiver,

Who says I could fly with no plane!

I’d love to soar on the wings of God’s love,

It’s just that I’ve got to get the car serviced.

To be honest, it’s not just the timing

That lowers my heavenly sights,

It’s not even a doubt versus faith thing.

It’s more that I’m frightened by heights!

 

To the one who can overturn the rulers and powers:

We offer thanks and praise

To the one who strengthens the powerless

We offer thanks and praise

To the one who helps us soar on wings like eagles

We offer thanks and praise. Amen

Adapted

Michaela Youngson – The Weaver, the Word and Wisdom

Welcome to
Walton Team
Ministry

Three Churches One Parish 

Normal Weekly Sunday Service times

10.00am at St Aidan's, Cherry Lane

10.30am at St Mary's, County Road

11.00am at St Nathanael's, Fazakerley Road

The Parish Office is open Tuesday to Friday

8am-5pm

0151 525 4002

Christmas fayre poster 2023.jpg

December Christmas Services and Events
St Marys
December 10th - Eucharist Service 10.30am
December 17th - Carol Service 10.30am
December 24th - Christmas Eucharist 10.30am
December 24th - Christmas Eve Mid-Night Mass 11.30pm

December 25th - Closed
December 31st - Team Service at St Nathanael's 10.30am

St Aidans
December 8th Christingle Service 6.30pm
December 10th - Morning Prayer 10am
December 17th - Eucharist Service 10am
December 25th - Christmas Eucharist Service 10am
December 31st - Team Service at St Nathanael's 10.30am

St Nathanaels
December 9th - Christmas Fayre 12pm-2pm
December 10th- Eucharist Service 11am
December 12th - Christingle, Craft, Carols 6pm

December 17th - Family Service 11am
December 24th - Christmas Eve 8pm
December 25th - Christmas Eucharist 10am
December 31st - Team Service 10.30am



 



 

Prayers 10th December.jpg
mum hat.jpg

Rev. Fiona Pennie

I have now left the parish. We are hoping to announce the new Team Rector and Team Vicar shortly

Please contact the office on

0151 525 4002

 
Giving financial support to Walton Team Ministry

There are a few ways you can give financial support to us:

1. We have an envelope giving scheme in which you can make your donation. This is strictly confidential. (As we cannot meet together for now please keep filling your envelopes and bring them to our celebration service when we can meet again Thank you)

2. You can set up a standing order.

3. You can make a one off donation using our pay pal account. Just click the button below.

bottom of page