There is no need for booking and Marshals will not be directing people to where they should sit.
The spacing in the church will now be every other pew. The congregation if they feel comfortable may share in a pew. If there is a preference to sit on their own please indicate to a steward who will accommodate your wishes. People are encouraged not to move from their seat during the service. Ventilation will be maintained.
Upon arrival the sanitising of your hands is requested. Masks must be worn throughout the service and when entering and leaving the building.
Singing of hymns is now permitted, the service is not expected to last beyond 45 minutes.
Shaking of hands, hugging, and the sharing of the peace will not be allowed. We will continue with a retiring collection.
If you feel unwell you should not attend church. Lateral flow tests are recognised as good practise and to be encouraged. We will maintain a register of those attending.
We are hoping that people will feel comfortable and safe, if you have any concerns please share them with a steward who will attempt to resolve any issues.
Our Sunday services help us appreciate that worshipping God is a wonderfully creative and imaginative experience and that worship comes in many forms. We can find God in every moment of every day so Worship is not only for Sundays but can be part of our daily experience.
We share in Holy Communion on the first Sunday in the month. All are welcome.
We serve non-alcoholic wine at our Communion Services.
We hold an Alternative Worship service on the third Sunday of the month, these services may include varying musical styles, drama sketches, and video/DVD clips.
Prayer is simply a conversation with God. If you would like someone to pray for you then please click below to submit a prayer request.
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