Church of England Diocese of Salisbury Salisbury Saint Mark and Laverstock Saint Andrew

Sunday at 1030

There will be a live service of Holy Communion at St Andrew's Church at 10.30am and you're welcome to join us. We are now able to sing. If you can't join us, please follow this link to St Mark's for a livestream or recording available from 10am every Sunday. 

We hold a Wednesday Service of Holy Communion at 9.30am at St Andrew's Church. 

Other resources

You can access our back catalogue of services at our You Tube Channel
There is a weekly Torchlight resource for your children in the newssheet and a lectionary-based resource at [email protected]

OUR COVID SAFETY PROTOCOL

Please be assured that we are taking your welfare seriously and have thought very carefully about how we can meet together safely at this time.

Main points:

· Do not attend if you have any Coronavirus symptoms or have been in contact with someone with symptoms or have been advised to isolate.

· Masks: on please inside. It is not the law but we do recommend it for everyone's wellbeing.

· Singing: positively encouraged, it's good for the soul! 

· Space: Please keep social distancing inside where you can. 

· Socialising: outside please.

· One way: please follow the arrows. Entrance and exit are different doors. 

· Communion: in one kind only we will bring the bread to you. 

· Peace: smiles and waves at a distance.

· Coffee: no refreshments yet, please bring your own. 

More details:

· The welcomers are there to offer you any assistance you might need and for your safety. 

· Please do not attend if you have a high temperature; a new persistent cough; changes in your sense of smell or taste; if you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for Covid-19 or displaying the symptoms; or you have been advised to isolate by a Test and Trace operator.

· Test and trace continues until mid August. A member of the team may ask for your name and a contact number. We will only keep these details for 3 weeks. You may also use the NHS Test & Trace app.

· Hand sanitiser will be available.

· Once you have been seated, please feel free to talk with those seated near to you if you wish however we ask that you remain in your seat and not move around the building to socialise.

· The toilet will be open. Please note that it will not be cleaned after each person has used it. Please use the sanitizer.

· We will not be able to serve refreshments so please bring a bottle of water with you.

· The Service Leader will give any necessary directions during the service so please take note of this instruction.

· When you arrive please wait outside in the porch until the access is clear.

· Once you have been seated, please feel free to talk with those seated near to you if you wish however we ask that you remain in your seat and not move around the building to socialise.

·  Hymnbooks and Bibles are on the seats. At the end of the service we ask you to take away any other papers you have picked up or handled.

· The toilet will be open. Please note that it will not be cleaned after each person has used it. Please use the sanitizer.

· We will not be able to serve refreshments so please bring what you need with you.

· Once the service has ended please follow the one way system to exit. Hand sanitiser will be available for your use as you leave.

· Please do not congregate directly outside the church doors to talk to others as it will prevent people from safely leaving the building.

· If we are holding two services in the church or if there are other services through the week, a thorough clean takes place between them and we are sitting in different pews.