Let’s keep protecting each
We’re so grateful for everything worshippers have done
to help keep each other safe. Every time you’ve
sanitised your hands, worn a face covering and kept a
safe distance, it’s made a real difference. So, from all
of us, thank you for your support and co-operation. We
all hope and pray brighter days are coming. But we want
to reassure you that your safety remains our top
Following the Government’s relaxation of ‘Plan B’
restrictions the wearing of a face covering in church is
no longer mandatory. However, in order to protect
others, we respectfully ask worshippers to continue
wearing their face coverings for the time being, unless
you belong to a hitherto medically exempted group, or
activity. The mask must cover your nose as well as your
mouth to be effective.
We ask you to respect one another’s space, spread out,
and take advantage of our spacious environment.
Individual chairs remain available in the transepts.
Please use the hand sanitiser provided as you enter and
leave church. As far as possible, we ask that you keep
the touching of other surfaces to a minimum.
The church toilet facilities are available for use.
Holy Communion is administered in one ‘kind’ only,
standing, at the front of the nave as indicated in the
service booklet. For mutual protection, we ask that you
keep your face covering on until the words of
administration have been spoken, and you have responded
by saying ‘Amen’.
Please note that Sunday morning services, and other
occasional services, may be live streamed via this
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