Last updated: 05.09.2020 22.30
Our future experience of church will be different from anything that has gone before. We must have measures in place to protect everyone, which do change the experience - more than we would perhaps like. We need to move forward carefully though.
On arrival you will find the doors open, please do not touch or move them. Contact with door handles should be avoided.
If you feel unwell, please reconsider if you should enter the church today.
As in shops and many public places, it is now mandatory to wear face coverings in churches -CofE guidance note here. This is now a legal requirement. Preferably, please arrive wearing your own. We will have a (limited) supply available for a small donation.
You will also be asked for basic contact details, to complete our track and trace information.
This is required to comply with the rules we are governed by, and any information given will be destroyed after 21 days. Such information will not be used for any other purpose than track and trace.
Social distancing is still important! 1 metre minimum please.
Please work with those on duty - they are there to keep everyone safe. Please avoid touching surfaces etc more than neccessary.
A service sheet will be provided. Please pick one up as you enter, and take it home with you. When we use the Holy Communion Booklets, please pick up a copy after sanitising your hands and return it to the Quarantine Basket after the service. No hymn books will be handed out. The words can be followed on the projection screen.
The pew bibles have been moved to the back of the Church for now. Please bring your own with you if you require one during the service.
At present we cannot share a common cup - so wafers only. One line up (socially distanced) and return to your pew via the Gage Chapel.
Receive standing, wafer gently dropped into your hand. See further detailed CofE advice here.
Please sanitise hands again on leaving.
Toilets are available, but will be kept locked. Admission on request.