As members of God's family in Radlett we seek to worship and grow together as we learn to worship and serve God and our community through Jesus Christ. We aim to be a warm, caring and supportive fellowship where all are encouraged to grow in faith, worship and service.
The Churchwardens with the Worship Group met via zoom on Monday 25 January, to review the temporary closure of Christ Church, the current Coronavirus situation and the need to keep everyone safe. Although the number of Coronavirus cases appears to be decreasing, the infection rate is still high. The Worship Group agreed that we need to continue to keep everyone safe and not put anyone at unnecessary risk. After taking everything into consideration, the Churchwardens, supported by the PCC, made the decision that Christ Church would remain closed for public worship and personal prayer for the time being, with a further review to take place on Monday 15 February 2021. It was not an easy decision to make and we are all very sad to not be able to meet together in our lovely church, but we will soon. Keep in touch with each other and continue to stay at home, it really is helping to keep everyone safe, and wherever we are, we are free to pray – God is everywhere - and prayer is not in lockdown!
The other churches in our Aldenham, Radlett & Shenley Team Ministry are streaming services and providing podcasts and reflections. Details are available on the pew leaflets for St John the Baptist Aldenham and St Martin’s Shenley, posted on the website for Christ Church & St John’s https://www.christchurchstjohns.org.uk/.
Members of our community are encouraged to stay at home, to continue to pray at home, to remain in touch with those known to be lonely or in need, and to contact one of our church leaders if necessary (details available on the back page of the Christ Church & St John’s pew leaflets, also available on the website).