A message about worship during the coronavirus situation:
UPDATED ON 13th NOVEMBER 2021
EMERGING FROM COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS
Currently we are holding an 8am Mass and 9.30 am Mass every Sunday and an 11am Mass on Wednesdays.
Booking is no longer required for these services. If you wish to record that you were present, please use the QR code on the main door, or sign the sheet which will be available on the table at the back.
Seating in church is now unrestricted, but if you wish to sit in a socially distanced area, please ask one of the sidespeople.
Hand sanitiser is available on entry and face coverings are still recommended. Communion will be offered in one kind (bread) only.
The Sunday Mass includes organ music and some choral and congregational singing. Coffee is served afterwards in the Main Hall.
Children's groups run during the 9.30am Mass. Pre-school children are also welcome to sit in the Children's Corner and make use of the toys and resources during services. Activity sheets and folders are available for older children to take back to their pews.
Footsteps, our monthly service for children aged 4 and under, has restarted - for dates please contact the Parish Office (firstname.lastname@example.org)
We are holding occasional Children's Services on Zoom.
The church building is open daily, 9am-5pm, for visiting and private prayer.
We hold Zoom Evensong on Sundays at 6.30pm. For the code, please contact the Rector: email@example.com
We are also holding a Zoom service of prayer, followed by chat, at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of every month. Please contact the Rector for the code.
We are producing a monthly online service of hymns, readings and prayers, going live on the last Sunday of each month. These services, together with reflections, and recordings made by our choir, are available on our YouTube channel: -
Our fundraising organ concerts (covering the works of J.S. Bach) have been posted to Richard Brasier's YouTube channel: -
An audio tour of the church building is available here: -
All are very welcome to worship in church or online, and we hope and pray that in due course it will be possible to relax restrictions further.