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  • Please arrive at the time the service is due to start. For example, if Holy Communion is at 9.45am, we ask that you arrive at 9.45am and join the queue in the car park. One of welcome team will direct you in one at a time and show you to your seat

  • Entrance is through the "South Porch", which is the doors by the steps in the car park (not the big double doors!). If you require an accessible entrance then please use the usual door, which for those who haven't visited before, can be found by walking down the path towards the memorial garden

  • Face coverings are to be worn when visiting unless you are exempt. Please wear one when you arrive and if you are in need of one, we have some available for any donation. You will also need to wash yours hands on arrival and exit

  • Holy Communion will be a little different to keep everyone safe. Stewards will let you know what has changed when you arrive, or you can get in touch beforehand. 

  • Please only bring necessary items. You are welcome to bring your own bible if you would like to and all the words will be on the screen. If you have any accessibility requirements and would like to check whether these can be met then please get in touch. 

The pictures below were taken for private prayer but still give a good idea of what to expect. Please don't worry about "getting things wrong". We are all doing our best to stay safe and looks after others at this time. Our welcomers are up to date with Church of England guidance and will be more than happy to help!

The building has been rearranged in accordance with social distancing measures. As such, visiting will be by booking only and the booking system will open on Wednesday each week. You can book by contacting Rev Sarah at revsarahtodd@gmail.com.  We understand that inevitably, we will not be able to fit everyone into the building that wants to book. If this is you, you will automatically be given a place for the next service in church. If you are wishing to come to a service in this time, here's a few things that may be helpful to know!