This is just a reminder for our Holy Communion Service this Sunday 25th March at 11:30am. Under current restrictions Communion is still given in one kind only (bread wafer) and blessings are also given. After the service you are welcome to remain in church to reflect and pray. We look forward to welcoming you.
Holy Communion This Sunday 25th March at 11:30amWe will be worshipping in-line with current restrictions and guidelines and we point to our important notices below.
IMPORTANT COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) SERVICE NOTICES:
Please help us maintain good hygiene by using the hand sanitiser available.
Please observe and respect social distancing both inside the church and outside too.
Please maintain the Rule of 6 or two households outdoors - in our churchyard.
Please arrive in good time for Services as we need to record details of people attending.
We have a NHS QR Code for St. Peter's and we encourage you to use this if you have a phone that supports this.
Congregation members should wear face coverings inside Church. It is mandatory to wear face coverings in places of worship, unless you are exempt. Those involved in leading can remove their face coverings to read, lead or preach.
Congregations are not permitted to sing, however we are grateful that we will be able to listen to an organist play for us.
The offertory collection plate will not be handed round, instead we invite you to place your offerings in the wooden offertory box after the service and as you leave church, thank you. If you wish to discuss other ways of giving, please speak with the Treasurer or Churchwardens.
We are not permitted to serve refreshments after the Service.
Please observe social distancing when leaving church.
It is always extra helpful to let us know if you are planning on attending during these times.