We are pleased to announce that our Church, as well as St Peters and All Saints, will be reopening for our Sunday Morning services from this coming Sunday (4th April).
We also have a series of special services planned for this Easter, which can be viewed below!
The full announcement regarding the reopening of the Church can be found below:
Our three Churches will reopen for public worship in Church on Easter Sunday (4th April 2021)!
Our Coronavirus Action Group (CAG) held discussions in response to the reopening roadmap announced by the Prime Minister. CAG felt that with the successful rolling out of the vaccination programme and the data that show that the number of infections is going down, that it is now safe for us to reopen our Churches for public worship.
We will be following necessary COVID guidelines as we reopen. We are now updating our risk assessments to ensure we keep everyone safe as we resume back in Church.
While we resume in Church, we will continue to livestream our services so that we can reach out to those who are unable to resume in Church now.
let us continue to encourage and support one another, and especially those in the vulnerable groups. Let us be encouraged with the reassurance of God’s presence and help in all we do as we ponder over these words from Isaiah and the Psalms:
So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand. (41.10)
I rejoiced with those who said to me,
“Let us go to the house of the Lord.” (Psalm 122.1)
We hope to welcome you back to Church or on of our live streamed services soon!