Coronavirus Update - November 2020

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Public Worship is currently suspended in our church buildings in compliance with the 'Lockdown' restrictions announced by the government.

During this difficult time when our church buildings are closed, we are still a church; meeting virtually for prayer services and fellowship, loving our neighbours by offering practical support to the vulnerable, and caring for our communities.

Online Worship

Our church families are meeting online for Sunday Worship via 'Zoom'.

Worship at Home

We are continuing to provide a short written service that can be used at home. These are circulated to all the churches at the beginning of each week for forwarding on by email and post.

Prayer can also be accessed by telephone through numbers provided by the Methodist Church and the Church of England.

Staying Safe

We urge everyone to follow the current 'lockdown' restrictions and observe social distancing and hygiene measures to control the spread and impact of the Coronavirus.

Stay at Home — Protect the NHS — Save Lives

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