Even though we are unable to hold services at the current time we are able to open the church for private prayer for a number of sessions each week. The church will be open at the following times each week. Led prayers will be said 30 minutes after each session begins.

  • Saturdays 10.00 am – 12.00 pm
  • Sundays 3.00 pm – 5.00 pm
  • Tuesdays 10.00 am – 12.00 pm (reserved session see below)
  • Thursdays 3.00 pm – 5.00 pm

Things to note:

  • Tuesday morning is reserved for those who are in ‘vulnerable groups’, including those with chronic health conditions, the 70+s and those shielding others.
  • Please do not attend if you have been asked to socially isolate or if you have or suspect you may have any symptoms of Covid-19
  • Social distancing (2m) will be required at all times – except for families living together or those in an existing support bubble together
  • Children are welcome, but parents/guardians must ensure they maintain social distancing and respect others while praying – keeping noise to a minimum.
  • Only the Main worship space will be accessible – entry will be via the main entrance & Welcome Area – all doors will remain open throughout
  • Toilets will not be open
  • You will be asked to sanitise your hands when entering.
    • If you prefer to bring your own hand sanitizer we will ask you to sanitise your hands in front of the person on duty
    • If you wish to light a candle (these will be available) please ensure your hand sanitiser is not alcohol based
  • Face coverings are not required but if you do wish to use them please bring your own
  • After sanitising your hands you will be asked to sign in at each session – including providing contact details. This information may be shared with Public Health England if required for potential contact tracing purposes.
  • Please enter and exit in silence
    • If you wish to have a socially distanced conversation please do this quietly outside away from the main path and entrance – please do not congregate in the Welcome Area or entrance lobby
  • A maximum of 20 plastic chairs will be placed at least 2 metres apart in the main worship area – which will be replaced and sanitised afterwards.
  • If capacity is exceeded you may be asked to queue quietly outside, maintaining social distance, until someone leaves