• Services in church and online

    You will be aware that the government has said that we can continue services in church. Given the rising case numbers, we were surprised at this but we think it reflects the high safety standards in our churches and that they have not been known places where the virus has spread. So after some discussion, we will continue having the 10am service in church, especially for those who don’t have the technology to watch on the internet. However, as the new variant is more infectious we will only use one in three pews instead of one in two. If you can watch at home, we encourage you to do so, but if you want to come to church, and believe it is safe for you, you would be most welcome. We remind you that we are not meant to have significant socialising after the services, and please socially distance, wear a mask and sanitise. We have high hopes that the vaccine will be distributed to all the top four priorities within weeks!

    Church open for private prayer

    The church will be open for private prayer Saturdays and Wednesdays 9.30am to 4 pm.

    Coffee after the Sunday services – 11am by Zoom:

    We invite you to “virtual” after (or before??) service refreshments

    All of these services will be recorded and live streamed for viewing on youtube and face book.

    Facebook

    Peter has also set up a Facebook page which you can click on here and is posting daily prayers.  Please post your comments, likes and news so we can all keep in touch with one another.

    Further advice and a range of prayer and worship resources can also be found on the Church of England website.

     

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  •         Rector: Rev Dr. Peter Bold; 01246 411531. revdbold@gmail.com

                   

      Churchwardens:    Gillian Gill                                         Philip Austin 

                                      

     

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