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Sunday Service

Our Sunday service is in the building – 10.30am every week.
We would love to welcome you to one of our services.

Worship – Updates – Prayer – Inspirational Talks – Kid’s Groups – Refreshments – Community

Where can I park?
Parking around the building will ONLY be for
-Those with a blue badge – please use the upper car park and park close to the steps
-Those with mobility issues – please use the lower carpark
We are asking everyone else to park on Rolleston Drive – use the industrial units and along the road by the green fence.
We politely request that you do not park on the residential streets around the church.

When can I arrive?
We’ll be letting people in 15 minutes before the service begins.

How are you making it safe?
When you arrive one of our stewards team will welcome you and then direct your preferred area of seating:
- Normal seating
- Family seating or
- Social distanced seating
(NB – there will be no special seating areas at the Carol Service)
There will be hand sanitiser and spare face coverings available at the door.
Do we need to wear a face covering?
The wearing of face coverings is now a personal choice, but we do ask you to think of the needs of others. We will be encouraging everyone to wear a face covering during sung worship and whilst moving around the building.

What will the service be like?
There will be a short time of worship, prayer, a family slot, some informative/inspiring input (maybe via video) and a 20 minute talk. It will last about 60 minutes.

Will there be Kid’s Groups
There will be kids groups for those aged 4-7 and 7-10yrs old in our small hall. There will also be an unstaffed creche area for parents and young children to use during the service.

What do I do if I feel I can’t safely attend the service?
We understand that some people will feel unable to attend. We are planning to continue to Live Stream our morning service via our YouTube channel.

What should I do if I feel unwell?
If you have been diagnosed with or experienced symptoms of COVID-19 you must not come to a service. Likewise, if you have been in close contact with someone diagnosed or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 please stay at home.
If you develop COVID symptoms after the service please follow all the government guidance (get a test, isolate at home) and let us know. We will be keeping the attendance records for 21 days after the service to enable us to operate Test and Trace if needed.