Returning to Church
Following the disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic throughout much of 2020, we have made a number of changes to the way that we meet in order to ensure that we are able to glorify and honour God with our worship, ensure the safety of those in attendance and to meet Government guidelines.
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If you are wanting to visit to worship with us for the first time or as a visitor, then seating will be available for you without the need to pre-book. You will be very welcome.
If you worship regularly at the Church we ask that you pre-book to ensure that you are allocated a seat for your convenience and to allow us to fill the limited spaces as efficiently as possible.
LIVE STREAMING |
If you are unable to attend Sunday worship, we will be continuing to broadcast our Sunday services via YouTube. You can continue to watch our services via the links provided on our live stream page.
What you need to know...
SOCIAL DISTANCING & FACE COVERINGS
Please keep 2 metres from all who are not within your family group. All those attending Sunday worship must wear face coverings for the full duration of your time in the Church.
SANITISE YOUR HANDS
On entering the church, hand sanitiser will be available.
FOLLOW THE ONE-WAY SYSTEM
A one-way system will be used to minimise the risk of contamination and infection. Please follow the arrows displayed around the building. Stewards will also be on hand to help you.
FINDING YOUR SEAT
Regular attendees will be expected to have booked a seat. Stewards will be on hand to direct you to your seat. If you are visiting, you will be made very welcome and seating has been reserved for you.
The toilets are available for use. Please sanitise your hands before and after using the toilets. Please observe the one-way system to access the toilets. If possible, we ask that you refrain from using the toilets in order to minimise risk.
The congregation will be discharged in sections in order to minimise the risk of infection at the end of the service. We ask that those attending our services do not remain and talk with each other in the street outside, but rather leave and return to your homes.
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