Our church building is now open daily for private prayer.
Public worship will resume on Saturday, 4th July. Attendance at the main weekend services will be limited to people who have pre-registered - click here for more details.
Resources for worship, bible study, and prayer will continue to appear on this website and on our Facebook page in this difficult time.
We will continue to be a family and community, but for now kept apart; let us pray for each other.
We are also acting on the Government’s advice that all gatherings of people should be cancelled. This means, among other things, that until further notice:-
The church hall is closed and all activities that take place in it are suspended
Meetings of all kinds are discontinued
The Confirmation programme is suspended and the Confirmation service planned for Ascension Day is postponed to Wednesday, 21st October
Fr Yaro's Ordination Service will now take place on Saturday, 26th September
In order to mitigate the impact of these measures, the following actions are being taken:
The clergy and lay ministers will endeavour to keep a daily rhythm of prayer and worship in place that can be shared with the wider community via this website.
An email group including all members of the Electoral Roll has been established (from which individuals can request to be removed) so that information can be shared easily.
The clergy is making a range of devotional material available - by email, on this website and on our Facebook page.
The clergy and churchwardens will stay in regular communication as the situation continues to unfold. These arrangements may well need to change as time goes on.
During this difficult period, we need to be mindful of the more vulnerable members of our community. If you are aware of other parishioners who need support, because of illness or other hardship, please contact a member of the clergy.