During the coronavirus pandemic we are doing what we can to keep our congregation together and instil a sense of togetherness despite being dispersed.
We are live-streaming a service of prayers, readings and reflections at 11.00 am each Sunday morning.
If you wish to receive details of how you can tune into the live-stream please click here.
The services will be recorded and posted on this website. To see recordings of our livestream service, please click here.
The government has announced that churches are allowed to gather again for acts of worship from 4 July, but with a number of restrictions to ensure that gatherings for worship don’t become occasions where coronavirus is transmitted.
The elders are currently considering the government guidelines and are making plans to recommence Sunday worship. In order to ensure that we have all of the necessary safeguards in place we will probably not now be opening until Sunday 26 July at the earliest.
Our magazine, Crosstalk, has now become a weekly publication, which will be distributed to all members and friends. If you would like to be included on the distribution list, pleaseclick here.
The current regulations require that our buildings remain closed.
WE HAVE NOW DECIDED THAT THE VERY EARLIEST OUR ROOMS WILL BE AVAILABLE TO HIRE AGAIN WILL BE THE BEGINNING OF SEPTEMBER.
This date will still be subject to government regulations and public safety.
Once government regulations and guidelines become clear we will begin to engage with our regular hirers about how groups can plan their return in a safe manner.
For the time being the church office will remain closed. For updates and information please continue to use the website.
This page of our website will be regularly updated in response to Government advice.