Since the start of the Covid outbreak over two years ago we have been constantly reflecting on the changing national guidance as we have made decisions about when and how we are able to gather together. At each stage we have reflected the national guidance and tried to care for those who are most vulnerable, whilst recognising everyone’s desire to get together as freely as possible under the circumstances. Following the latest government announcement, we wish to update the church family about how things will look at our Sunday morning service.
From this Sunday people will not be required to wear masks during the service. We would, however, encourage wearing them to keep the vulnerable safe as we recognise, understand and respect that some of our congregation remain at risk and/or are cautious about the continuing possibility of becoming infected by the Covid virus. For that reason, we will be offering seating for those that want to stay slightly away from those who are not wearing masks. This area will be clearly set aside for those who wish to use it.
On a Sunday, if you have any concerns, please discuss them with one of our Welcome Team who will be only too pleased to try to help you. They will also be able to indicate the area that we will be keeping free for those at risk.