Church of England Diocese of Lichfield Pelsall

St. Michaels Church Pelsall has resumed public worship.

14 Aug 2020, 12:15 a.m.

It is a simple Said Holy Communion which will last for approximately 30-35 minutes. In order that you feel comfortable on your visit we ask you please to take note of some of the following guidance before

you arrive: (please note there is a more detailed document on the website).

Entrance is through the normal foyer doors and Exit is via the West door

Hand sanitizer is available on entry which must be used before entering the church and on exit

Chairs are placed according to social distancing regulations and seating will be allocated for you to ease flow of movement around the church building

Toilets, coffee area, kitchen and parish office are restricted areas and are not in use.

Holy Communion will be in one kind and will be given into the hands with arms outstretched (if possible)

Congregation will remain seated throughout the service including during the receiving of the Sacrament

Congregational singing is not allowed and responses during the service must be in a normal speaking voice

There is no exchange of the peace

Wearing of masks will become mandatory from 8th August. unless you have an exemption

This is our attempt to open for public worship so we are applying a cautious and measured approach

followed by a review. Seating will be limited although we intend to cater for as many as legally and feasibly possible.

Therefore it will be helpful and useful if you please make contact with Rev. Alison <span style="font-size: 1rem;"> if you intend to come.</span>

If you are coming as a couple and wish to sit together or as a family group do please indicate so that we can allocate those seats in line with the recommendations.