Due to the guidance which we are currently required to follow in relation to COVID-19, we are having to limit the number of people that we can accommodate in the church building. You can view a copy of our risk assessment here.
If you would like to come along to a service you need to let us know. If you turn up on the day we will do everything that we can to accommodate you, but we cannot guarantee that you will be able to join us.
You can now let us know if you’d like to come along to services on:
Sunday 18th April – 9:30am (Holy Communion)
Sunday 25th April – 9:30am (Morning Prayer)
Sunday 2nd May – 9:30am (Holy Communion)
Sunday 9th May – 9:30am (Morning Prayer)
Please complete the form at the bottom of this page.
We will then contact you to confirm which services you are booked in to come along to.
What to expect when you come to church
Click on the image below for more details of what to expect when you come to church.
It is currently mandatory that face coverings are worn in Places of Worship. Children under the age of 11 do not have to wear a face covering. There are also other exemptions which are listed here.
Those leading and preaching do not have to wear a face covering all the time, to enable clear communication, particularly for those who rely on lip-reading, facial expressions and clear sound. They will wear face coverings to preside at Communion, and when distributing Communion.
NHS Test and Trace
We are advised to keep a contact telephone number for the lead adult in each household attending a service. This can be passed on to NHS Test and Trace in the event that somebody who has attended the service tests positive for COVID-19.
We are required to keep the data for 21 days.
You will give consent to your details being shared with NHS Test and Trace by completing the form below.
If you would like to opt out then please let us know in the comment box at the end of the form.
You can read a full copy of our privacy notice in relation to Test and Trace here.