St Mary's Church Upton

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Compass

Compass is a resource designed to help our church engage with Christian Discipleship Together.

Compass is not about head knowledge, rather it is about realistic, real and relevant discipleship.

Compass was first published a few years ago. Through the Equipping Hub it has been refreshed and we are now producing a new set of Compass notes.

The headings are based around our vision themes. A new page or two will be printed on a roughly monthly basis. They will be handed out on Sundays, be available in church and on this website.

Compass is best used in twos and threes with Compass Companions.

We encourage people to find their own Companions from within Small Groups, or other groups and congregations to meet up and talk through the sheets.

When we meet

St Mary's, Church Road, Upton

9am: A quiet, more formal service.
11am: Busy with children who start in the service and move into age-related groups after the start.
6.30pm: Generally more informal

St Mary's Centre, 127 Saughull Massie Road, Upton

10.30am: Holy Communion on the third Sunday of the month,  Morning Worship on each of the other Sundays. The Centre has a friendly and informal atmosphere and facilities for children.

Pattern of services

St Mary's Church

First Sunday of the month
9am Holy Communion
11am Together at Eleven (all ages)
6.30pm Sundays at Seven or Evening Praise

Second Sunday of the month
9am Morning Prayer
11am Morning Worship
6.30pm Holy Communion

Third Sunday of the month
9am Morning Prayer
11am Morning Worship with Baptisms
6.30pm Evening Praise

Fourth Sunday of the month
9am Morning Prayer
11am Holy Communion
6.30pm Evening Prayer

Wednesdays
11am Holy Communion

St Mary's Centre

10.30am all services
First Sunday: Morning Worship
Second Sunday: Morning Worship
Third Sunday, Holy Communion
Fourth Sunday, Morning Worship

The pattern varies around Christmas and Easter.

We run a different programme during August at 11am. Occasionally an event or special day is marked which can also cause a change to the above pattern.