Following the Government’s latest move in lifting restrictions, alongside the current Church of England guidance, our Risk Management Team are checking on the latest information to ensure that we can continue to meet for worship safely.
We can now begin to open the buildings more widely but are continually checking and assessing for everyone’s safety.
Services will now take place on Sundays at 10am each week for either Holy Communion or Morning Worship. At the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays there will be Holy Communion, and on the 2nd and 4th Sundays the service is more informal.
Also on the 2nd and 4th Sundays at 8.30am we will meet for BCP Communion.
The QR Code for NHS Test and Trace will still be available for you to use if you wish, and we would encourage this, but also we would ask that, with your permission and following GDPR regulations, we keep a list of the names of people at each service, which we will hold for a period of four weeks in case of any infections coming to light.
We still recommend wearing a face mask, unless exempt, although government rules have changed and they are no longer mandatory, we are conscious of our responsibility for each other, and would ask that currently masks are worn for singing (unless exempt) and also we encourage everyone to keep safe distances from each other at present in our small building. Stewards will show you to your seat when you arrive.
This is normally a monthly opportunity through craft and other activity, celebration, and a shared meal to discover more about the Christian faith as we worship God together.
In these changing times, as we begin to think about the future Messy Church is available fortnightly by clinking in the link at the menu at the top of the website, or by visiting our Facebook page.
Watch this space for when we can meet together again! We hope to begin gathering towards Christmas time.
Worship for Home
We are aware that not everyone is able to either come to church or access online worship. Therefore, all our services can be posted to you either by email or Royal Mail. Please contact the administrator at email@example.com for more details.
You could also look at our page on A Church Near You here…