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Sunday Worship Service in Church – All Welcome


October 31, 2021 10:30 am October 31, 2021 12:00 pm Europe/London Sunday Worship Service in Church – All Welcome

Revd. Andy Gore “Jesus – a tale of the unexpected coming Death – Matthew 17:14-23 ”                        We have now relaxed virtually all of our Covid 19 rules, in line with other organisations and “Plan A” government policy, as we open up all of our usual activities. We are maintaining a less dense seating plan downstairs to allow people more personal space but still have a capacity in the region of 100. No  pre-service booking is required. Hand gel is provided at all doors and in other places inside for people to use and mask wearing is entirely optional. Singing is permitted again. Track and trace is no longer a legal requirement however we expect anyone attending a service or event who tests positive in the days immediately afterwards to inform our minister immediately so we can alert people who may have been in close proximity. Coffee and Tea are served outside before the service and inside after the service. All our usual activities restarted from the beginning of September. This includes all our youth activities and services, toddler groups, lunch club and Coffee Pot and Extraordinary Women. We hope that as many of the fellowship as possible and any visitors feel able to participate in worship and our other activities. For those who are not able to attend church we are continuing with the online service available on our YouTube channel. We are also planning to upgrade this to a live video streaming service later in the year.

Revd. Andy Gore

“Jesus – a tale of the unexpected coming Death – Matthew 17:14-23 ”                       

We have now relaxed virtually all of our Covid 19 rules, in line with other organisations and “Plan A” government policy, as we open up all of our usual activities.

We are maintaining a less dense seating plan downstairs to allow people more personal space but still have a capacity in the region of 100. No  pre-service booking is required. Hand gel is provided at all doors and in other places inside for people to use and mask wearing is entirely optional. Singing is permitted again.

Track and trace is no longer a legal requirement however we expect anyone attending a service or event who tests positive in the days immediately afterwards to inform our minister immediately so we can alert people who may have been in close proximity.

Coffee and Tea are served outside before the service and inside after the service.

All our usual activities restarted from the beginning of September. This includes all our youth activities and services, toddler groups, lunch club and Coffee Pot and Extraordinary Women.

We hope that as many of the fellowship as possible and any visitors feel able to participate in worship and our other activities.

For those who are not able to attend church we are continuing with the online service available on our YouTube channel. We are also planning to upgrade this to a live video streaming service later in the year.