SERVICE FOR THE 6TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY
Time & Location
It is a real pleasure to be able to open for public worship again, and whether you are a regular at St Mary's, or whether you're thinking about joining us for the first time: you are welcome.
Current guidelines (and our own risk assessment) advise that we are only able to have 30 people in the congregation. This is so we can space out the chairs 2 metres apart. To help plan and prepare for this, and to set up for families/bubbles to sit together, we are asking that you let us know you’re coming, by signing up here.
We know this isn't an ideal way of worshipping together, and as soon as we can allow more people inside safely, we will.
Many aspects of the church set-up will be slightly different to usual. We have taken several measures to make conditions more safe for you. The service will last about 30 minutes and there won't be Holy Communion yet. When you arrive you will be guided through everything so please don't worry. If you have been shielding, or consider yourself to be particularly vulnerable, please think about (and discuss with your family) when or whether you will be joining us.
Please get in touch if you have any concerns. We can't wait to see you.