We’re continuing to worship together. Services are held in line with our risk assessments and church guidelines. In accordance with the Government guidelines those who are extremely clinical vulnerable can reduce the risk of catching the virus by maintaining strict social distancing and keeping their overall social contacts at low levels.
There is no longer a need to book your seat to attend services and Congregational singing is permitted. However to protect others we are asking that you continue to wear a face mask and be aware of each other’s need for space.
Click here for details of our upcoming services in the local churches and online.
Worship and prayer will continue at home and we will keep connected through the church Facebook page Together@10.
If you need to talk, have a specific prayer request, require pastoral care or have an enquiry with regards to funerals, weddings or baptisms then please contact me by telephone on 01725 513878 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
These have been unprecedented times for the Church of England as our church doors were closed but in the words of the Bishop of London, Sarah Mullally, who leads the Church of England’s Recovery Group:
“Churches and cathedrals have risen to the recent challenges, finding new ways of meeting for worship, of serving our neighbours, and of reaching new people with the love of God. The challenge before us now is to take the next steps carefully and safely, without forgetting all that we’ve discovered about God and ourselves on the way.”
We are taking the next steps of a journey, so let us walk trusting his Spirit as he leads us to experience the new life of his church.
Please do take care and keep safe.
With love and prayers
Rev. Veronica Batchelor
Team Priest – Forest and Avon Team