Churches Reopen on 6 December 2020

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We are pleased to report that our churches will be re-opening for Sunday Worship on Sunday 6 December.

Coronavirus Safety

  • All the churches have completed a Covid-19 Risk Assessment and have put in appropriate measure to make their building Covid-19 secure and safe for worship.
  • At the moment there will be no congregational singing in the building, and social distancing measures will include spaced seating and the wearing of a face covering whilst in Church (unless you are exempt).
  • Please do not come to church if you are unwell or exhibiting any Coronavirus symptoms.

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