We are pleased to say that we are able to meet in person on Sundays and that we have three services: 9:30am (all-age), 11:00am and 3:00pm (all-age).
In line with government guidance, we have adapted our practices to limit the spread of Covid-19 infection. This includes social distancing, so numbers are limited. If you would like to attend it would help if you could contact us.
We will be livestreaming the 9.30am and 11:00am services.
What To Expect
When you arrive at the church you will be directed to a seat by one of the welcome team. The services last 30-40 minutes and include Bible readings and teaching. Our musicians will play music and sing for us, and whilst we cannot sing with them, we can listen and make music in our hearts. Creche and Sunday School will also be running during all three services (see below for more details).
The main church building is fitted with an induction loop.
What You Need To Do
We are very happy to send our guidelines to you and we would ask you to read these carefully. In line with the Government's guidelines we ask that you:
- wear a face covering (government guidance on face coverings)
- wash your hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and water before you leave home
- on arrival use the hand sanitizer provided
We keep the doors and windows open during the service to ensure a steady flow of fresh air. If the weather is cooler outside, please consider whether you will be warm enough inside.
In line with Government guidelines, there are no creche facilities available. However, parents with young children are welcome to sit together with their children.
In line with Government guidelines, there is no Sunday School. Follow-along sheets for the all-age services will be made available.
To complement the all-age services we will also have an online Sunday School at 4:15 pm starting on Sunday 24 January. All children of primary school age will be very welcome. The aim will be to provide an opportunity for interaction between the children and to reinforce the content of the all-age services.