Important Service information – January 2021 new Nationwide Lockdown
The church building is currently closed to public and private worship.
This difficult decision was made by the PCC in the light of the extreme concern about the current spread of COVID19 and the fact that we have a duty of care for each other, to keep each other safe.
We’ll still be posting a Sunday service for you to watch via Facebook or our YouTube channel from the safety of your own home.
We have reinstated after-service coffee on a Sunday for half-an-hour at 11am on Zoom
Morning prayer on Tuesday will continue on Zoom, 9.50am for a 10am start
(For Zoom links contact the church office)
For those without the internet, the options include:
- 0800 804 8044 — a free phone number with options for prayers, reflections, hymns and advice about COVID from the Church of England.
- Songs of Praise on BBC1 (12.25 this coming Sunday)
- Services on local radio and BBC4 at 8am on Sundays
- Readings and prayers in the Evangelist
We will be regularly reviewing the situation and in the mean time, stay safe, stay well, stay home
See our video on what to expect…
During the current period of isolation, Rector Ben has provided a chance to share in a short service of Holy Communion for those worshiping at home with the below video. If you would like to join in with the service, you can download a pdf to read/print off at home.
Communion Service for Sunday 24th January (Epiphany 3).
Bible reading & sermon for Sunday 24th January 2021.
You can also see more video content on our YouTube channel here
|At the moment, during our 10am service, communion will be offered in one kind (wafer) only. We are asking people who wish to take communion to stay in their seats and carefully remove their mask just before it is brought to you. If you would prefer to receive a blessing, rather than the wafer, simply keep your hands by your side.|
|Sundays 12pm Christenings (Hopefully from October 2020) – A service of Christening and Baptism – starting a lifelong journey with God… more info|