Banner Image:   03 Sunday Services

Sunday Services

We are pleased to tell you that we are now open and look forward to welcoming you to our Church family.

There are two services each Sunday:

9.30am: Our intergenerational youth, children and families service, except the first Sunday of each month, when we will have a traditional Communion service at this time which will be broadcast live.

11.00am: Our principal service, now with congregational singing! This service will be live on Youtube (except for the first Sunday of the month) for those who cannot attend. Please note there will be no crèche, so please keep all your children with you.

 Here is information regarding the regulations and safety measures for this to happen.

  • Please DO NOT attend a service if you are experiencing any Covid-19 symptoms or feeling unwell
     
  • Come early in order to secure a seat - We are very sorry that we may have to turn people away once maximum capacity is reached
  • Face masks are no longer required, but please feel free to wear one if you wish.
  • Please sanitise your hands on arrival.
  • Stewards will direct you to a seat - please do not move the chairs yourself, the stewards will do so if necessary
  • If you are part of a family or ‘bubble’, we still recommend you to enter the building together and remain seated together. We recommend you continue with social distancing, from everyone who is outside your ‘bubble’.
  • Children’s buggies: Please bring your buggy into church and keep it next to you.
  • Disability scooters: Please bring your scooter into church and continue to sit on it throughout the service.
  • Refreshments will be provided between services at 10:30am.
  • Coats and jumpers: The windows and doors will be open for ventilation so you might need an extra layer. If you take your coat off or bring an umbrella, please keep it with you.
  • Bible: If you would like to use a Bible, please bring one with you.
  • Offertory: There will be an offertory box on a table on the way out for anyone who would like to put something in it.
  • We want everyone to feel safe, so if you feel vulnerable, or if you are shielding, please do not feel obligated to attend the services.

We apologise that this is an extensive list of dos and don’ts, but please read them carefully and be mindful of them in order to keep yourself and others safe. Please continue to pray for our church leaders as they endeavour to implement the return of our church services in as safe a way as possible.