In these strange and ever-changing times, we find ourselves needing to adapt the way that we meet together.
Now that lock-down is starting to ease and cases of Covid in our area have come down a lot, we are able to welcome a limited number of people into church each Sunday. However, due to our limited capacity, and in order to keep us all safe, our services are online as well as in church.
If you would like to join us in church, please wear a face mask, only sit and interact with members of your household, and help us by observing social distancing. The congregation in church is not yet allowed to sing.
If you missed this week’s service and would like to watch it now, here it is…
There are also other ways that you can stay connected with us and with God during these difficult times.
- Please have a look at our calendar on the home page, or read our latest newsletter (links on the home page), to find out what is happening at the moment. We have fortnightly worship and prayer on Zoom, and small groups meeting on Zoom as well (for more details about our small groups, click here)
- If you have children and young people, please have a look at what we can offer them, by clicking here
- The Church of England has a page of prayers you can use at home – some about the Coronavirus outbreak, some for use with children, and some personal prayers – Coronavirus COVID-19 Liturgy and Prayer Resources
- 24/7 prayer app Lectio 365, which has daily reflections and readings and has been updated for the current season we find ourselves in – Lectio 365
- Mental health reflections from the Church of England – 13 daily reflections to help us through this time of isolation and fear – Mental Health Reflections