Our Risk Management Team are constantly checking on the latest information to ensure that we can continue to meet for worship safely.
Following the Government’s latest move in lifting restrictions, alongside the current Church of England guidance, they have made some small, but optimistic, adjustments for the month of August as we begin to see how to open the buildings more widely.
Services will continue to be held at 9.15am and 11am on Sundays. Services on 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays will be services of Communion and then on 2nd and 4th Sundays the service will have a more informal style.
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 eh names of people at each service, which we will hold for a period of four weeks in case of nay infections coming to light.
We still recommend wearing a face mask, unless exempt, although government rules have changes and they are no longer mandatory, we are conscious of our responsibility for each other and so therefore 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 and indicate when to leave after the service has finished.
We expect to allow congregational singing, whilst people remain seated and wearing masks at present
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.
For the next few weeks we are offering Messy Church ‘Lite’ which can be found on our Messy Church page.
Worship for Home
We are aware that not everyone is still able to either come to church or access online worship. Therefore, all our services, sermons and songs can be posted to you. Please contact the vicar for more details.
For those who cannot come to church but do have internet access, the same materials are available here on our website.