We are delighted to again offer our Sunday Holy Communion service. We will recommence with our 10 am Eucharist on Sunday 12th July.
Visitors will be required to follow the Government’s latest social distancing rules, and observe good respiratory and hand hygiene; alcohol gel hand sanitizer will be provided.
We will seek to accommodate up to 30 people per service.
We are not able to make hymn or service books available, but visitors may bring their own prayer books, provided they take them away again afterwards. While music is permitted, singing presently is not.
Children are to be supervised by a parent, guardian or carer, at all times.
People in the shielded or other vulnerable groups are advised not to attend.
Anyone with a confirmed diagnosis of Covid-19, or presenting symptoms consistent with it, however mild, are not to attend.
Visitors who develop symptoms within seven days of attending our church are requested to inform one of the clergy or churchwardens.
Please note that masks or face-coverings must be worn for all church services and gatherings.
Please check this page, our A Church Near You and our church Facebook pages for regularly updated coronavirus details.
Those unable to join with us in person can watch a service celebrating the Sunday theme on our YouTube channel.
And please be assured that we will continue to hold you, our parish community, in our daily prayers.
If you wish to talk with someone, share concerns or request prayers, please contact Father Ken Havey on 01702 203668, or the Reverend Stephanie Stroebel on 01702 200901. Please use the same contact details to discuss baptisms, weddings and funerals. Up-to-date coronavirus guidance can be found on the relevant pages. Please click on the tabs in the menu.