Due to the Coronavirus, our building is currently closed, but that doesn’t mean that the church is closed. The church is not a building but is made up of people who are seeking to follow Jesus and to show his love in the community and we continue to do that where ever we are.
Although we are unable to meet together on a Sunday morning we meet together “virtually” and you can join with us at 10am on our Facebook page. (You don’t need to be a member of facebook to access this page and the service will be available to view after the event.)
This includes prayers and readings as well as input from others and we are looking to develop this over the next few weeks.
Further bible teaching will be provided through a podcast each week from Andrew. This will be available on our sermons page or you can subscribe on your podcast provider. Our Home Groups are also continuing using Zoom and Microsoft Teams and if you would like to be part of a group then please let us know.
On top of this we will be using our Facebook page to share regular news, thoughts for the day and other ideas that will help us stay connected in worship.
In addition to this we have our Whatsapp Prayer group where prayer news will be shared. This is already well used and if you would like to join that just send a message to Andrew on 07815719301 or follow this link.
We are looking to develop other ways in which we might care for one another and especially those who feel isolated and alone at this time – both within the church and also the wider community. If you have ideas or suggestions of how we might do this best then please let me know so leadership team can work out the right way forward.
In the meantime we would strongly encourage you to let us know if there is any way we can help you personally. Whether it is a regular phone or video call to check in with you, to get shopping or to walk your dog, etc. We have a number of folks in the church who have volunteered to respond and help. Do get in touch by sending an email or calling/texting 07815719301 and we will help in whatever way that we can.
We live in uncertain and scary times. But we are not alone – God is with us in it and is our refuge and strength. Through loving one another we can also help each other through the weeks and months ahead.