We are pleased to be able to welcome you back into church for our 10am Sunday Services.
COVID RULES WILL STILL APPLY.
The full list of restrictions are on the Diocesan website which we must adhere to for our 10am and other services at this time.
Please follow carefully as we have a vulnerable congregation.
Main Summary of points to reduce transmission..
Please KEEP a 2 METRE DISTANCE at all times and follow the one way system.
Use hand sanitiser on entry and exit.
Wear a Mask/ face visor at all times when in church.
Singing and use of pipe organ is restricted.
Do not congregate for chats. leave immediately after the service.
Do not block exits.
Contact the telephone number below about your attendance for track and trace purposes.
To save moving chairs we are introducing a system using the kneelers.
Do not sit on a seat on which a kneeler is placed. (for distancing)
People in the same household may sit together.
Hopefully everyone is fully vaccinated.
We will update you as things change.
Bookings must be made in accordance with TEST AND TRACE REGULATIONS.
Please telephone 533566 to reserve a place
will take place each THURSDAY 10-30am to 12 noon unless notified differently.
The COVID rules have to be adhered to and we are only allowed 30 maximum to attend, please confirm if you wish to join us by ringing Pam the day before. 01244 533566.
We can now hold this event in church but a mask will have to be worn to enter, once seated you can remove it, but if walking around mask must be put back on.
You are welcome to bring your own cup along, but we will provide insulated cups.
Donation will be gratefully received.
A special thank you to everyone who helps and supported the coffee mornings and donates prizes.
Funerals and Weddings are still going ahead with existing restrictions.
Further guidance will be issued by the Bishops of the Church in Wales and I’ll circulate this as it becomes available.
Our Vicar is Rev Neil Kelly and you can contact him to arrange Weddings Baptisms and Funerals on 01244 550645 or email email@example.com Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by the Coronavirus.
God of healing and hope,
in Jesus you meet us in our places of pain and fear.
Look with mercy on those who have contracted the new virus,
on any who are vulnerable, and on all who feel in danger.
Through this time of global concern,
by your Holy Spirit bring out the best not the worst in us.
Make us more aware of our interdependence on each other,
and of the strength that comes from being one body in you.
Through Christ our wounded healer.
Prayer written by The Revd Sam Wells, St Martins in the Field, London
Prayer from the Mothers' Union
We pray for your love and compassion to abound as we walk through this challenging season.
We ask for wisdom for those who bear the load of making decisions with widespread consequences.
We pray for those who are suffering with sickness and for all who are caring for them.
We ask for protection for the elderly and vulnerable not to succumb to the risks of virus.
We pray for misinformation to be curbed that fear may take no hold in hearts and minds.
As we exercise the good sense that you in your mercy provide may we also approach each day in faith and peace, trusting in the truth of your goodness towards us.