Coronavirus Updates

Last Updated: 12th July

12th July Update:
We are planning to resume public Sunday worship in Church from 2nd August.
Initially there will be just one service each Sunday, at 10am, and the numbers attending will need to be reduced due to social distancing measures.
We realise that many of you will still not be able to attend church in person in August, so we plan to continue providing online worship for the time being, which will be posted on our website every Sunday morning at 9am.
Daily Morning Prayer will also continue to be premiered on our YouTube channel every weekday at 8am.

12th June Update:
We’re pleased to announce that our Church building will be opening for Prayer at selective times.
Physical distancing measures and a cleaning schedule will be in place.
Please click here to read more.

30th March Update:
We have been providing frequent updates and information via our Newsy Email Newsletter, and are now publishing recordings of Sermons and Services online.
We are also uploading Daily Morning Prayer services at 8am to our YouTube channel.
Please click here to subscribe to our Newsy Email to stay up to date.
And please click here to view our online Sermons and Services.

17th March Update:
Following recent guidance, all of our public services are now being temporarily suspended. This means there will be no services on Sunday.
We understand this this is an unsettling time, and are working on ways to support people pastorally over the coming week.

14th March Update:
As a result of guidance issued to Churches, we have very reluctantly decided to cancel Coffee Shop, all Barn Babies sessions, and coffee after services, with immediate effect.
Our Saturday services are also postponed until further notice.
We are so sorry, but it is important that we care for the well-being of everyone in our society by trying to reduce the possibility of rapid transmission and infection.

However, our normal Sunday services are continuing for the moment, with adjustments (eg. only bread will be offered at communion services), and we will post any updates here and on our Facebook page.