Sunday Services begin again, but not quite as they were before…

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Following recent changes to Federal Regulations, we are planning to re-open St Andrew’s church for services from this coming Sunday, 7th June.

It will be marvellous to be able to worship together again. Over the coming weeks, we will monitor government advice and evolve as we are able. We will continue the telephone chat support network, daily prayer and podcast, as we realise that some in our fellowship may not be venturing out for some time yet.

Services will feel rather different, as we won’t be able to accommodate so many people in the congregation and we will need to ask people to register in advance in order to be assured of a seat.

Our Chaplain, Revd. Paul Brice is looking forward to seeing you!

For the time being, the Community Centre will remain closed so unfortunately, there will be no Junior Church or crèche available.

During this time, we will carry on sending out activities for our Junior church families to do at home and Paul will continue posting his weekly podcast. Also, we will still be meeting up for our virtual zoom cuppa every Sunday.

Seating will be limited, so please do be sure to register your attendance in advance, as we may be unable to admit people unless they have previously registered.
More information and an online advance booking facility, can be found via the link for Sunday Services Information, at the top of the Prayer and Worship page.

You can also click here to go straight to the on-line booking system

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