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The Church building is open for services at the usual time of 10:30am.

If you plan to attend please arrive on time as it will be difficult to accomodate anyone arriving late.

The services will be shorter than usual and will consist primarily of prayer and a sermon, although there will be music played on the clavinova and organ.

Unfortunately we will not be able to sing out loud together, although we can sing in our hearts along to the music.

We will also be unable to use the toilets or kitchen and there will be no Sunday School for children at the moment.

In line with the guidance and due to the fact that some of our congregation are in the vulnerable category we ask that you please wear a mask during the service.

Please do not feel that you must come but if you do wish to come you will be most welcome.

Please do not come if you have any of the symptoms associated with the virus.

If you do wish to attend the services please also remember to keep 2 metres apart and use hand sanitiser when entering and leaving the building.

When you arrive you may have to queue outside, so again please stick to the 2 metre rule.

There will be a one-way system in operation so please enter the main sanctuary by the door on your left and continue on around to fill any empty pews starting on the opposite side of the sanctuary.

Every second pew will be roped off. When seating please observe the 2 metre distance, unless you are from the same family.

There will probably be only two persons per pew with each one sitting at the far side away from each other. 

When you leave the building please leave by the opposite door continuing then on the one-way system. (It would be helpful if the people who entered first leave first and so on)

Please bring your own bible as pew bibles will not be available.

If you wish to give financially there will be bowls at the entrance and exit but it would be helpful if you could put any cash in an envelope.

Every second Sunday of the month we hope to share in communion but we ask that you bring your own bread and grape juice or whatever drink you choose. (The bread and drink are symbolic so it is up to the individual as to what they actually bring, although we do not allow alcohol on the premises)

Please feel free to bring these in whatever receptacles you are comfortable with, perhaps a plastic bottle for the drink?

If you have any questions please ring any of the numbers on the contact page, thank you.