9.30am, 11.15am & 5pm in the building
We're ready when you are. We are meeting on Sundays in smaller numbers, with plenty of room for distancing and lots in place to keep us safe. Church feels different for now, but we are getting used to it and it is great to meet after so long. Children are very welcome, supervised by parents for now, although we are working on plans for September. 9.30am is more child-friendly, with high chairs and play boxes, actions and instruments. There is no need to book, but it helps if you can keep us informed here.

Question markWhat's our greatest need?  For guests, with all ages together, 9.30am Sunday 11th October

Living with uncertainty When I can't plan & I don't feel safe For guests, 11.15am & 5pm, Sunday 11th October

An opportunity for people of all faiths or none to visit an accessible church serivce and hear a Christian perspective.

11.15am online

If you are staying at home for health reasons, or want to try out church from a distance, feel free to watch online instead. The 11.15am service in the church building is filmed and shown live on youtube. There are also separate videos for 3-11s and 11+ meet on Zoom.  click here to watch on YouTube 

We finish on zoom at about 12.15 with optional breakout rooms to meet others, click here to join us on zoom 

The meeting ID is: 811 6583 2326, which you can also use to join by phone on 0203 4815237 (participant ID is #) We have a free phone number to hear a recent sermon: 01223 637065. 

How are we staying safe?
Meeting together is an important part of Christian faith, but so is loving our neighbours. So we are following all the national guidelines to make Sunday as safe as it can be. Here are five main areas:

  • Keeping apart – sitting in household groups at least 2m apart.
  • Keeping hands clean – washing hands in sinks on arrival.
  • Keeping surfaces clean – between services, putting out clean chairs.
  • Keeping air clean – fewer people, more ventilation, no singing, face coverings for those who can. 
  • Keeping away– if anyone at home is not well.  

For more detail see our Staying safe page.

Covid layout