Covid-19 Update

The Covid-19 pandemic has put many of our people at risk and running a Sunday service will not be feasible. However, we encourage the church family to continue to use Sunday morning as a time of personal worship and prayer using the online services and service sheets which will continue for the foreseeable future.

We have completed and published our risk assessment which can be found in the link on the right.

With this in place, we will have a weekly midweek Bible study and fellowship group observing the social distancing guidelines set up by the government that the risk assessment is based upon - the full guidelines can be found in full here: Government Guidance

 

Worship and ministry are changing shape.

We will continue to deliver the bulletin to all members and the readership is increasing to neighbours and friends.

We continue to meet to pray every Thursday via zoom at 7PM.

Pastoral visits continue in gardens, over the phone and on the street,

 

The church is the Body of Christ wherever they may be. I invite church members to worship together on Sundays at home from 10:45. It is an opportunity to open our Bibles with our family and read God’s Word together. It is a time we will have to pray deeply and trust in our faithful God.

 

Be encouraged and build one another up in the faith.

 

Dominic Squibb

Pastor

 

You may find the following links useful. If you have any questions please do get in touch.

NHS Advice

Government Guidance

Should Christians be anxious about the coronavirus?

Coronavirus Explained