We have worked very hard to find a way to bring Sunday worship back to Wimpole Road and I would like to invite you to join us for what will be two trial prayer services without preaching or singing that will last no more than 30 minutes. They will be held on Sunday the 13th and the 27th September both starting at 4 p.m. and led by me.
Attendance will be limited in order to maintain social distancing regulations, and all those attending must wear a face mask or covering unless they are medically exempt.
Everyone is welcome to come along and there will be seats for individuals, couples and families available, but in order to keep everyone safe people will have to sit in seats as directed by the Stewards and not move around. You will be advised how to leave at the close of the service and we will not be able to share in refreshments afterwards (if you think that you will need a drink during the service, please bring one with you).
If you suspect you have Covid19 or are unwell please do not attend, even if you have pre booked a place.
A full Risk Assessment for returning has been completed and is available for you to see; if you would like to have a copy ask one of the Church Stewards. Additionally, I would encourage you to assess your own personal risk of attending worship. With this letter you will find a personal risk assessment form which I would encourage you to complete to help you to make an informed decision as to whether it is right for you to return to Church at this stage.
If you would like to come along to one of our two trial prayer services you need to register your desire to come by booking in advance:
You can do this yourself if you have internet access, alternatively a Church Steward, a friend or family member will be able to do it for you. It’s not complicated, but does fulfill the Government requirement for ‘Track and Trace’ and also allows us to know exactly who is coming.
Attendance is limited so can I ask that you initially only book to come to one of the services so that all those who feel able to have the chance to come along.
God bless you
Rev’d Joe Adams
05 September 2020