[email protected]'s 6pm Sundays from 19th July onwards
Information about the new service beginning 19th July 2020
[email protected] Anne's, Sunday Evenings, 6pm, doors open 5.45pm
In response to the Government's lifting of restrictions on public worship a new service will be offered at St Anne's Church, Catterick from 19th July 2020.
This will be a simple reflective evening service with prayer, readings, reflections and music ( but no singing). We’d be delighted to hear your suggestions for music, prayers and readings for our worship together.
The service will begin at 6pm and doors will open to the public at 5.45pm to allow time to be seated.
Service sheets will be provided but the service sheet is provided below if you prefer to print one off and bring it with you or follow the service at home.
Under current guidelines, it is possible for St Anne's church to re-open. There will be 10 pews available and each pew can sit one household of between 1 to 3 adults (Note: if the household has 3 children eg 1 adult 3 children or 2 adults 2 children, it should be possible to seat them on the same pew and maintain distance from the aisle). This means between 10 - 30 people will be able to attend a service. There is no need to prebook - please come along on the evening.
Handsanitiser is available upon entering the building and the church will be closed for 72 hours before and after times of worship
St Anne’s worship team are working to keep public worship as safe and accessible as possible for everyone.
To help us do that please:
wear a mask
respect the 2 meter rule
Follow the one way system and sit at the first available pew at the front
Follow any advice given during the service or by the stewards
take the service sheet home with you
keep silence in the building and have any conversations outside
complete the contact form for track and trace and leave the form and pencil in the box at the back of church as you leave
Do not attend public worship if you are feeling unwell, have a fever, cough or other symptoms of COVID-19
TEST & TRACE
All those attending will need to complete a track and trace form giving names and contact details.These will be kept in a sealed envelope. If a case of covid is reported then they will be passed to the NHS test and trace team (https://www.gov.uk/guidance/nhs-test-and-trace-how-it-works) or destroyed after 21 days. Details provided will be held confidentially and will NOT be used by the church for any other purpose.