Coronavirus Update

Last updated 26 Feb 2022 with changes linked to removal of legal requirements and current advice

We have regular Sunday morning services in church and each week a service will be recorded in at least one of the villages (Harbury, Ladbroke and Ufton)  and made available on-line for those who cannot, or would prefer not to, join a physical gathering. 

Now the main contractors are gone, we are open again every day between 10am and 4pm but if you are making a special jorney check the services and events calendar to check there isn't something happening that would hinder your visit.  Church will be closed during the week from 25th April - end May as there will be contractors back on site however it will be open at weekends during that period.

At Ladbroke Church please follow these rules
1. Do NOT come if you have any covid symptoms or should be self-isolating
2. Give other people space
3. Masks are optional
4. Hand sanitiser is available

  -   We sing in church.
  -   We tend to sit in alternate rows, if possible
   -  We usually go up to the altar for communion; the wine is given in individual glasses

DAILY HOPE is the FREE dialy dial-in worship phone line set up by the Archbishop of Canterbury offering music, prayers, reflections and full worship services 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044. It's been set up particularly for those unable to go to a church or join an online church services. Do  please pass this on - particularly to anyone you know who doesn't do online.

We offer support to those who are part of our church family and everyone who lives in the parish, that's not just Ladbroke but Chapel Ascote, Hodnell and Wills Pasture too. So if you need support, prayer or just someone to talk to, please get in touch, there are contact details on the home page.

On a practical level, church members are supporting Ladbroke Parish Council’s covid initiative.  Locals who need support or want to join the volunteer pool should contact Steve Morten on 07508  422 625

You may like to use join us in this prayer (you can download it at the bottom of the page).

   May we who are merely inconvenienced
   remember those whose lives are at stake.

   May we who have no risk factors
   remember the most vulnerable.

   May we who have the luxury of working from home
   remember those who must choose between preserving their health or making ends meet.

   May we who have the flexibilty to care for our children when schools close
   remember those who have no options.

   May we who have to cancel our trips
   remember those who have no safe place to go.

   May we who are losing our margin money in the tumult of the economic market
   remember those who have no margin at all.

   May we who settle in for a quarantine at home
   remember those who have no home.

   As fear grips our country,
   let us choose love.

   During this time when we cannot physically wrap our arms around each other
   let us find ways to be the loving embrace of God to our neighbours.


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