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We're so glad to be restarting our in-person services! Please make sure you read through all the guidelines before you book in. 

We will be continuing to live stream our services at 11am every Sunday morning on our YouTube channel.

However you're joining us, we are looking forward to gathering as a community to worship. 

These gatherings have limited capacity and will fill up on a first come first served basis. Please only book one ticket per household. The services will follow our normal format – welcome, worship, teaching and prayer ministry. There will however, be some adjustments compared to how we usually do things:

Social distancing
This needs to be observed at all times. Seats in the church are distanced and we ask you remain in your seat for the duration of the service. Toilets are available but will be strictly one in, one out.


Face coverings
These are required unless exempt for medical reasons.

As much as we love this expression in our worship, government guidance strongly discourages this. We will be led in worship by a small band, but will ask that the congregation do not sing.


Hand sanitiser
There will be a hand sanitising station on entry to the building and we ask you use this as you arrive and leave.

Socialising & Refreshments

Unfortunately, there will be no refreshments available, but you can bring your own bottles or flasks. No socialising with people outside your family or bubble - please leave the service promptly at the end.

Track & trace
Everyone in attendance will need to provide contact details as required by government guidelines. These will be kept for 21 days and not used for any other purposes.


We will have a trained volunteer team to help us all to stay safe.

Please do not attend if you're self-isolating due to having had any Covid-19 symptoms in the past 10 days (high temperature, a new continuous cough, or a change or loss to your sense of taste or smell), or if you're self-isolating for 14 days due to contact with someone who has symptoms or has tested positive, or if you've been told to self-isolate by NHS Track and Trace.