With effect from 15 August 2021, bookings will no longer be required.
We are delighted that we can now open our church doors for individual, private prayer, although we are sorry that the guidelines are still quite onerous, and we thank you for your co-operation, patience and understanding.
From Wednesday, 7 April the church will be open weekly for private prayer between 10am and 12noon, with two bookable time slots.
- 10 – 10.45am
- 11 – 11.45am
Clergy or Ministry Team members will be available during this time to pray with anyone who would appreciate this.
Five individual bookings are available for each time slot, although you will be able to book an additional place for a carer to be with you if required.
First choose a Wednesday, then choose one of the 2 time slots. Bookings will close at 5pm on a Tuesday for that week’s opening, so that welcomers will know they have an up-to-date list.
If you are coming with someone else from your household, please ensure that a booking is made for each person. You can ‘add additional tickets’ within the booking form.
If you need a carer to be with you, please enter their name and contact details in the notes section of the booking form, or phone the Church Office, so that we can make provision for an extra seat for them alongside you.
We need the contact details of everyone attending so that, in the event of any infection being detected, we can trace who may have been exposed.
Please arrive on time and ensure you obey all the social distancing rules and the guidance of the stewards. Please bring your own face covering, but if you don’t have one, we will have some available.
Please bring your own Bible or prayer materials, in compliance with Church of England and government guidelines.
Please don’t touch anything in church other than the chair you are sitting on.
In order to protect your community, please do not come to church if you are feeling unwell.
The most important symptoms of coronavirus (Covid-19) are recent onset of any of the following:
- a new continuous cough
- a high temperature
- a loss of, or change in, your normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia)
For most people, coronavirus (Covid-19) will be a mild illness. However, if you have any of the symptoms above you must stay at home and arrange to have a test to see if you have Covid-19 – go to testing to arrange.