Usually services are held at 11am on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month.
Additonal services are held at Easter, Christmas & other festivals.
During the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020, the church was closed for both private prayer and public worship.
We were pleased to re-open the church for public worship on 2nd August 2020, following goverment and diocesan guidance and risk assessments, however the church remains closed between services and therefor is not available for private prayer. The church yard remains open and available for those seeking a quiet place for prayer and reflection, and we ask visitors to respect social distancing.
Park in the Car Park – please observe social distancing
Current guidance dictates that you will need to wear a facemask whilst in the building.
Stay 2 metres apart as you approach the entrance – you may have to queue – a steward will be standing inside the entrance to steward entry to the building.
There will be hand sanitizer available at the entrance – please use this before entering the building.
Once inside the church proceed immediately to one of the marked pews – pews that are not able to be used have been roped off, the seating areas are clearly signed, and you will need to sit away from the aisle – we have tried to make sure signage is clear and easy to understand.
Service booklets have already been placed in the designated pews – please take your booklet home to bring back next time, or alternatively you can place it in the plastic box provided as you leave – this is to enable the booklets to be quarantined after the service.
If you haven't attended before you will need to complete a contact form for Track & Trace purposes. Please complete & leave in the pew at the end of the service.
Communion will be in 1 kind only (wafer only) – the rector will give clear instructions, and a steward will help with directions.
There will be music but no singing, the hymn books and prayer books are currently sealed off.
We will not be taking a collection during the service, but a plate will be situated at the back of the church for your offertory to be placed as you leave the building.
Please use the hand sanitiser which will be available near the collection plate as you leave.
At the end of the service we ask that people leave one pew at a time, from the rear of the building first, please do not linger at the doorway or on the path outside, please proceed as soon as possible to the car park, where there will be more space for you to have the opportunity to speak to each other.
Thank you to the clergy who supported us in maintaining our virtual services during the initial stages of the COVID-19 pandemic - particulary to Rev Matthew Tregenza, Canon Michael Hall and Rev David Francis.