Sunday 5th July, The Fourth Sunday after Trinity
- 8:30am — Holy Communion
- 10:30am — A Celebration of Wholeness and Healing
No Sunday Club.
Collects and Readings
- Join in services on the Webcam
A message from the Rector
As per Phase 3 of the Road-map for reopening our country, we will be opening our doors for worship once again this Sunday (5th July) at our usual 8.30 service times.
Before attending church please make sure you have familiarised yourselves with the updated guidelines and protocols which will be in place,
We ask for your patience and understanding as we get used to the new normal, particularly as we have no idea how many people will wish to attend worship. Regardless, a maximum of 50 people can be allowed in the church at the one time, and only 33 pews are available for seating.
In the event that more than 50 turn up, unfortunately the excess will not be able to come in. If this happens, we will have to introduce a booking or rota system for the time being. But the good news is that after Phase 4 comes in on 20th July d.v. the overall capacity should increase, though not the number of available pews.
The other good news is that the 10.30 service will be available to view live or recorded on our website.
We will be continuing to broadcast Morning Prayer at 10.30 on Facebook Live, Monday to Friday up until 20th July. After that, Morning Prayer will be broadcast on Wednesday mornings only.