With the end of social distancing, we are arranging our seating with more space around the seats (compared to March 2020). We would also ask people to be considerate of others and not get too close without asking first. We will still be asking people to ‘sign-in’ using the NHS Test and trace app.
It is no longer a legal requirement for a face-covering to be worn in worship. However you might like to continue to wear one for your own security and to reassure others.
Congregational singing is once again allowed. Along with having the seating well-spaced, we will be ensuring the building is well ventilated to minimise risk.
As part of our celebration of Holy Communion, we will take the bread and wine together, with the bread having been dipped in the wine. We will also be using hand sanitiser and face-covering when preparing for communion.
Those who cannot join us in our building will still be able to share our main worship via Zoom as before.
Donations for our Foodbank can be left in the porch of the Church
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