Update on Churches Re-openings

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UPDATE — 1 October

We are pleased to announce that six more of our churches are re-opening in October.

They are:

  • Epping Methodist — 4 October @ 9.30am
  • Epping URC — 4 October @ 11.00am
  • North Weald Methodist — 4 October @ 9.30 am
  • Leaside, Ware — 4 October @ 10.30am
  • Roydon URC — Will reopen on 18 October @ 3.00pm with a special service celebrating the completion of the building repair works. The Worship will then be at 9.45am on the subsequent Sunday's
  • Ongar URC — will have service on 11 October & 25 October @ 11.00am

The following churches are already open for Sunday Worship

  • Hatfield Heath URC @ 10.30am
  • Trinity URC in Harlow @ 11.15am
  • Hertford Methodist @ 10.30am
  • Hoddesdon Methodist @ 10.30am
  • Watton-at-Stone Methodist @ 10.45am
  • St Andrew's Methodist, Harlow @ 10.30am
  • Christ Church, Waltham Cross @ 9.15am
  • St James, Staple Tye @ 11.00am

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 singing, 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.

You can find out more by visiting the Church pages on our website: Click here

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