We are continually examining the latest advice from the Government, the Church of England and Public Health England and will update this page regularly with the latest information.
If you have health concerns and for the latest health advice, please visit the NHS website.
Latest Update: 01/04/2020 @ 3:30pm
We won't be meeting in person this Easter, but we still want to celebrate it with you! Keep checking this space for details on our Easter services.
Check out the resources page too!
After the latest update from the Church of England, our public acts of worship have been put on hold until further notice. Both of the Sunday services, Oasis on Wednesday and most of our other events will not be going ahead to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus. We have also closed the church for the previously mentioned prayer times, in order to prevent the transmission of Coronavirus.
Monday: 9:15 am & 7 pm
Tuesday: 9:15 am
Wednesday: 11 am
Thursday: 9:15 am
Sunday: 10:30 am (Full live-streamed service)
We'd love for you to join us for these live-streams!
Message from the parish:
" Whilst Coronavirus continues to affect our daily lives, please remember we must all come together as a church to help not only regular members of our congregations but also, and importantly, the wider community. Please if you are unwell, isolated or afraid, do contact the parish office on 01902 341943, a member of Clergy or via email and every effort will be made to
provide help and reassurance where possible. If you are concerned about a member of our community, again, do contact us.
If you are healthy and able to offer assistance to someone in need, please let the office know to add your name to our list of volunteers. As far as possible, please use social media – Facebook, WhatsApp etc. to keep in touch. We can all play a part, however small, to look after one another in these uncertain times. God Bless. "
Revd Peter Smith – 01902 332749 (off duty Friday – contact office)
Revd Tim Eady – 01902 569625 (off duty Friday – contact office)
Revd Treena Larkin – 07368 423 748 (off duty Friday – contact office)
General precautions now in place:
These are some of the steps we are now taking more widely to help prevent the spread of infection:
Gatherings and events
Please stay at home and self-isolate for 14 days if you, or a member of your household, have either:
a high temperature – you feel hot to touch on your chest or back
a new, continuous cough – this means you've started coughing repeatedly
If you feel unwell and develop a fever, please call 111 for advice, or look at the NHS guide to taking your temperature.
To help prevent the spread of infection, please follow general best practice as outlined by Public Health England.
We will add any further updates to this page!