Public Worship during the Coronavirus Crisis

The church is open for private prayer and for worship gatherings as much as safely possible. Please follow the protocols advertised in the church. Anyone showing symptoms of COVID-19 should not attend. You should also not attend if you are self-isolating due to a possible or confirmed case of COVID-19 in your household, or because you have been requested to do so by NHS Test & Trace. Further details can be found at

If you come to church outside Sunday services, you are requested to leave a card with the relevant day of the week on the place on which you have sat, so that others can avoid any space that has been occupied in the previous 72 hours. Cards are available in church. Please note that the wearing of face masks in public worship is currently mandatory for most people.

If you attend the Sunday service at 9am, no card is needed, but the government requests that we keep name and contact details of worshippers. This will be easiest if you indicate your attendance beforehand by filling in a short form:

18 Oct (Morning Prayer)

25 Oct (Morning Prayer)

1 Nov (Holy Communion)

This information may be passed on to the NHS for track and trace purposes. See here for details. Please note that signing up beforehand does not guarantee that there will be space for you, as this is not a booking system. Numbers will be limited and spaces filled, as households arrive.

For health and safety reasons, we had to remove pew cushions and Bibles. Please bring your own cushion and Bible, as required. We are also not able to drink from a common cup at Holy Communion at the moment, so please bring your own cup or glass, if you wish to partake of the cup.

Service sheets have to be single use for the time being. Please take service sheets home with you.

The risk assessment undertaken in preparation for opening the church for public worship can be seen here (updated 2 August).