Impact of COVID-19
Like everything else that happens on a communal basis at the moment all public worship is subject to the Covid Safety government guidance, and this will affect all the special services that we hold in our churches at this time of year.
All the arrangements are explained below but the first thing to explain is that everyone attending church services is now required under government guidance to wear a facemask except for the moments when they take an active part in the service, such as reading or leading prayers.
On entering and leaving church everyone is asked to sanitise their hands and also to follow the seating plans set out in church so that the congregation is properly socially distanced.
We have worked hard to make the church Covid safe and we hope that people will join us for worship. It will feel different to what has gone before but it is still the opportunity to worship and praise God together and it will be very good to do that again!
If possible, please let us know beforehand if you intend to come to church so we can monitor numbers. Currently we have enough room in both churches for our regular congregations to sit properly distanced so don’t worry about whether you should come! Please join us.
Any queries or to let us know whether you are coming to church please contact our Priest-in-charge Olwen Woolcock or Churchwarden Peter Bisseker; their contact details are on the Who's Who page of the web site.
You can use the links on the left-hand side of this page to find out the current plans for Sunday services, All Souls' Tide, Remembrance Sunday and the weekday provision for private prayer.