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Easing of Lockdown Restrictions
The safety of our congregation and visitors remains paramount as lockdown restrictions are eased nationally. We ask that you continue to wear a face covering when attending a service in any of the churches and to sanitise your hands.NHS Test and Trace will remain. We will continue to maintain social distancing in the manner in which seating is arranged and we will continue to advise against physical contact with those outside your family or bubble.
The position regarding congregational singing, serving of tea and coffee and sharing the chalice will be reviewed over the next weeks, and we will advise you accordingly.
The requirements might vary from church to church. In the meantime,we are adopting a cautious approach for the benefit of everyone. If you have any concerns please contact the Rector.
Due to social distancing the capacity of our churches is reduced, if it becomes necessary to book a seat we will let you know here. The email for booking a seat at a service is
Zoom Services from Church
There continues to be a short service of Morning Prayer on Zoom every weekday at 9am. Everyone welcome!
For Zoom meetings, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for an invitation
Thanks to the skill and commitment of our technical team,we have been able to offer live-streamed services from church via Zoom andYouTube since July 2020.
We have now suspended the live-streaming, but we hope to record each service and upload it to our YouTube page after the service.
Organ Appeal - Thank You
The church's two-manual and pedal organ by A Hunter & Son (1931) is in the West Gallery that was constructed for it.
A very big thank you to all who have donated to the organ appeal. We are delighted that the total was reached in November 2019 and the repair work will begin in late January.
The organ will be out of action whilst the works are undertaken, but we anticipate it will be up and running again by Easter.
In the meantime, a keyboard will be used to provide musical accompaniment during services so there will be no disruption to our worship during this time.