We are open for Sunday morning services (10:45am). You are welcome to join us!
We also have a service for young families this Sunday, 9th May at 4pm.
If you would like to attend a service, please follow the instructions at the bottom of this page.
You can also watch our services at the links shown below. More ministry can be found on our YouTube channel
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Sunday Service for 2nd May (recorded on 25th April)
For previous messages, see our YouTube channel or click the ‘Sermons’ link at the top of this page.
Instructions for attending a service at our chapel –
COVID-19 SYMPTOMS – If you have any COVID-19 symptoms, you must not attend the service.
LET US KNOW YOU’RE ATTENDING – You are very welcome to join us! Please let Pastor Hugh know if you are planning to attend, as it helps us to make seating arrangements.
ON ARRIVAL – Please queue outside the front of the chapel. A steward will be outside at the front door to let you know when to enter. As you enter, please ensure you are wearing a mask and then sanitise your hands. Then immediately proceed into the chapel where a steward will direct you to your seat.
FACE MASK – Please wear a mask or face covering at all times whilst you are in the chapel (this does not apply to children under the age of 11 or to those who are exempt according to the Government guidelines for exemption)
KEEP WARM – We need to keep windows open for ventilation. So, you may wish to wear warm clothing even inside!
WATER – Please bring your own water bottle with you.
DISTANCING – Please keep 2 metres distance at all times from people who aren’t in your household.
NO SOCIAL INTERACTIONor SINGING – We are still not allowed to talk to another person outside our household, nor sing, while inside.
THE SERVICE WILL BE FILMED – The service is filmed and posted on YouTube a week later. We do our best to avoid having any attendees on camera. But if you would like to ensure you are not on camera, please let Pastor Hugh know in advance and we will seat you out of the way.
Feel free to chat outside, but keep the Rule of 6, or two households and 2m distance.