Church of England Diocese of Lichfield Armitage

St John the Baptist Church, Armitage

Following the advice of the Diocese of Lichfield, the Church is open for a simple Sunday morning service at 10.30 am.

Please help us to keep to the guidelines by observing the following:

a. Please do not come into church if you have symptoms of Coronavirus, or have been in the company of someone who has Coronavirus during the last fourteen days.

b. Please use the hand sanitizer available at the door as you enter and leave church.

c. Please do not enter those parts of the Church that have been cordoned off.

d. Please keep the social distancing rule which at the moment is two metres apart.

e. Please leave the church when you are ready to do so by following the arrows to the door through which you entered, remembering to use the hand sanitizer before you leave.

f. Please do not bring flowers or other things into church, the church is open for morning prayer only.

The Church has been cleaned before re-opening and will continue to be cleaned on a weekly basis. Seating and other surfaces that may have been touched by visitors will be cleaned as each visitor leaves church. Thank you for your co-operation. We hope you stay safe and are encouraged by your visit to this beautiful, historic place of prayer.

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Rev. Peter Hart

The Vicarage, Church Lane, Armitage with Handsacre, Rugeley, Staffordshire

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Morning Prayer

Every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. for 45m

Church Lane,
Armitage with Handsacre,
Rugeley,
Staffordshire

It’s good to be able to worship together once again, even if it’s not quite in the manner we would choose. To help keep one another safe would you please take a moment to read the notices below before the service begins.
You will have washed your hands in sanitiser as you came into church, can I remind you to do the same as you leave.
If you need to use the toilet during the service there will be a hand sanitiser for your use at the door by the stone font.
Please make sure you remain seated during the service on a pew which is marked clearly for your use and which will keep you at a safe distance from your neighbour.
Once the service is finished could you make sure that you leave church keeping your distance from those around you.
If you haven’t already given your name and telephone number to the person at the door as you entered church please do so before you leave.
Remember, though we can’t get too close to each other for the time being, God has been close to us during this difficult time and he is with us as we gather for worship this morning!
Blessings.
Peter.
“For where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there among them.”

Morning Worship/Prayer Prayers All age/Family Event held in a Church

The Ministry Team for the Benefice of Brereton, Rugeley & Armitage is committed to exploring what the future ministry of the Church of the Good Shepherd will look like. We are therefore encouraging everyone in the benefice to pray.

14 Aug 2020, 11 a.m.
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