Sundays in COVID times

Our Sunday morning service runs from 11.00am to 12.00pm each week. We meet to hear God as the Bible is taught, to speak to him as we pray, and to encourage one another to live for him. We share communion towards the end of the service on a couple of Sundays per month. Normally, our service would include singing, crèche, Sunday School, and a long time spent over tea and coffee afterwards. With COVID restrictions all of these are missing at the moment, and we miss them, but hopefully we’ll see some more positive changes before long.

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To come along in person

Visitors and new faces are always welcome! You won’t be asked to do anything, there’s no special dress code and no need to bring anything with you except, in these extraordinary times, a face covering. Should contact tracing be necessary after a Sunday service, we need to have names and phone numbers of everyone attending. A longer explanation of this is included at the bottom of this page. For that reason, and to help with seating arrangements, we’d love it if you could let us know you’re coming each week using this form:

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To join in live from home

Our services continue to be livestreamed on YouTube.  The best place to watch is on the service page, by clicking on the green button on our website home page. That’s because there are often other videos and articles featuring themes or songs that suit our service.

Our sermons are recorded and posted later to Mixcloud, iTunes, Spotify etc (see the green icons beside or below this post). The latest one is here:

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Contact Tracing

In line with government recommendations, to aid with contact tracing for the Public Health Authorities, the church will be recording the attendance of ALL VISITORS who attend a church service for the foreseeable future. If we do not already have your contact details, we strongly request that you give us your name and contact telephone number. These will be used for the sole purpose of contact tracing in the event it is required. The church has a responsibility to put safeguards in place to prevent, limit, minimise or slow the risk of infection to those attending events. We all have a moral responsibility, and a civic duty, to respect the measures put in place in order to protect ourselves and others. All personal details (data) will be processed in accordance with the GDPR, further information can be found in the Data Privacy Notice [COVID-19 (Coronavirus)] on the church website Data and Privacy Page.