SERVICES THIS WEEK
We plan to reopen our church for services on Sunday 11th July 2021.
Until our church can reopen safely, Father Kosmas will live stream services from home so that all of us can come together in prayer and worship, even if we cannot be together physically.
Times of live streamed services are shown below. The text and music for the services are available on the Praying together at home page for those who wish to follow the words of the services or to join in with the singing.
Until our church reopens for services, the church building will be open on some days for private prayer and quiet reflection. Times when the church will be open are shown below. Please note that no services will take place on these occasions.
SUNDAY 20th JUNE 2021
10.30 am: Third & Sixth Hours
10.50 am: (Approximately) The Typika
11.50 am: (Approximately) Vespers with the Kneeling Prayers.
THURSDAY 24th JUNE 2021
Nativity of the Holy, Glorious Prophet, Forerunner and Baptist, John
12 noon – 2 pm: Church open for private prayer (NB: No service)
Because of the social distancing measures that we need to keep in place, it will not be possible for confession to take place in church immediately before the Liturgy. Please make arrangements for confession directly with Father Kosmas: Phone 01902 422944 / Mobile 07960 517266 / Email email@example.com
When our church is open
In order to keep us as safe as possible, and to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19, everyone who comes to the church must follow strict rules for social distancing, hygiene, etc. If you are planning to come to the church, please click here to see the rules that you must follow.
If you have tested positive for Coronavirus, or if you have been told to self-isolate, you must not attend church until it is safe to do so. Information about self-isolation may be found here.
If you think that you or a member of your household has Coronavirus, please do not come to church. For more information about Coronavirus, or to check whether you have symptoms, look here.
If you are at high risk from Coronavirus (if you are “clinically extremely vulnerable” – e.g. because of certain medical conditions) you are strongly urged to look at the NHS advice before deciding whether to come to church, and to follow the guidance about keeping yourself safe.