The worship video for the week commencing 18 Oct can be viewed from this link:
Our forward dates for Sunday worship now are:
18 Oct Morning Worship at 11.00 am at St Michael’s celebrating the 150th anniversary of the church clock
25 Oct Communion at 9.30 am at St James’
1 Nov All Age Worship at 11.00 am at St Michael’s celebrating All Saints’ Day
8 Nov Remembrance provision to be arranged in line with local consultation now that it is announced that no gatherings are possible at War Memorials
15 Nov Morning Worship at 9.30 at St James’
22 Nov Communion at 11.00 am at St Michael’s
29 Nov All Age Worship at 9.30 am at St James’ celebrating the beginning of Advent
We will continue to release a fresh on-line half-hour Sunday Worship video each week in partnership with West Lane Baptist Church.
We will continue to provide Covid-safe Communion each week in each church (3.30 pm on Sundays at St Gabriel’s, 10.30 a.m. on Wednesdays at St James’ and 12.30 pm on Fridays at St Michael’s).
Our Weekly Worship Video for 11th October can be viewed at this link from 11th October onwards (a message below saying ‘Video unavailable’ will be displayed until then):
Our Weekly Worship Video for 4th October can be viewed at this link:
Here is the link to recording of the ordination as priest of our Curate, Anthony Bennett yesterday (3rd October):
Anyone is allowed to attend worship (as an individual or in a household-bubble) under regulations in place.
Covid-19 precautions must be and are in place (mask if not exempt, both hand sanitisation and ‘track and trace’ registration on arrival, physical distancing). We either clean the spaces people have occupied or leave them unused for at least 72 hours or (most often) both.
But people may not interact (mix or socialise) with others who are attending.
About ninety different people have attended at least one service in our three churches over the last few weeks on this basis.
But we perfectly understand that many others (including at least fifty adults who otherwise certainly would have been at public worship over the last few weeks) are choosing to continue to stay away from all social gathering points.