Sunday Worship in church

Public worship in church.

From Sunday 25th July, the government restrictions will be lifted so we can begin to get back to more normal services. 

We understand that people will still feel cautious and that infections have been rising in our area.  We want to keep everyone safe and to enable everyone to feel safe in our church.  We are therefore going to begin to open up but we will take a gradual and cautious approach.

We will continue to live stream our services except for Family Services so that if you are unable to come to church you can still be part of our worship together.

There will be a mid-week Communion service on Thursdays which will be quieter and shorter and some people may prefer to attend that service.  Details are later in this newsletter.

We will continue to review the arrangements for services in line with guidance and local circumstances.

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Live streaming

We know that some people will still not feel comfortable about coming to church so we are going to live stream some of our services on YouTube.  The link for this Sunday, 25th July, is https://youtu.be/JVDcpb0zFZ8

Please note that Family Services will not be live streamed at all.

Although we are aiming to position the camera away from most of the congregation, with any live stream there is the possibility of appearing online.  If you do not want to appear online, you can either inform us when you book your place for the service, or when you arrive, and we will ensure that you are seated in a “video free zone”.

You can still worship at home; please see our Worship at Home page.