Wonderfully, we are on our way to returning to a more normal way of meeting together on a Sunday.
Please look below for the measures we'll be keeping in place in line with government and Church of England recommendations
Please do not attend an in-person church service if you are experiencing any known symptoms of Covid-19.
Here’s what to expect as you attend one of our services:
We're encouraging everyone to continue wearing face coverings as this is in line with government recommendations. We will have some disposable masks available upon arrival.
Hand sanitiser is available to use - you'll find it dotted on pillars throughout the building
We encourage you to scan the QR code nearest to your seat, and fill in the form to let us know you’re here and where you are sitting. It's a great way for us to keep everyone safe by to know roughly where everyone is during a service, which will help us if we're contacted by track and trace as a venue. It's completely voluntary and we won’t pass on this information under any other circumstances.
We're continuing to open both side doors as well as the main doors to increase airflow through the building.
Social distancing & seating arrangements
There is no longer any obligation to social distance when inside church, and we can now sit wherever we want. Please do sit next to others if you're comfortable.
All our children's groups are running as usual.
is happening in the Woodard and Houghton Room.
For feeding mums, the Ringing Room
will be available with an audio relay of the service.
Pathfinders (school years 7-9) and Travs (school years 10+) are meeting as usual on Sunday mornings.
After so many months without, we’ll finally be joining to sing together behind our masks! We'll keep the band on the stage and continue having the singers sing behind the perspex glass.
We clean toilets, and surfaces in the church between services on a Sunday.
Please click here to view the risk assessmentPlease click here to view the church of England's latest guidancePlease click here to view the Government's latest guidance