Covid Update – February 22

It’s a little bit early for a February update but as the government has changed it’s response we thought this would be a good time to update you on what you can expect on Sunday mornings in February:

  • ATTENDANCE & LIVE STREAM – At the moment there is no change on the government guidance to isolate if you have tested positive or  displaying COVID-19 symptoms. We are continuing to live stream our services for those unable to come in-person.
  • HAND SANITISER – no change. Please continue to use hand sanitiser on entry and exit to the building as well as after touching face and after handling shared items. Sensible hygiene should also be observed (covering mouth and nose when sneezing, using tissues and disposing immediately) in bins provided.
  • PHYSICAL DISTANCING – Please judge your own risk tolerance but also please consider that others may be more cautious about contact than you are. There are always more seats put out than we actually need so please make use of the whole space.
  • MASKS – From Thursday 27th January the mandatory requirement to wear face masks in enclosed public places ended. In line with the government guidance, we are no longer required to ask attendees to wear a mask. However, please be considerate to those around you, particularly if you are aware that some may still choose to wear a mask.
  • DOORS & WINDOWS – Windows will remain open but the inner doors will be closed, and the door to the quad will be closed. To help draw in fresh air from the outside we will be using an industrial “air mover”. This will mean that the building is warmer but there will still be a bit of a breeze to circulate fresh air into the building.

Of course that isn’t to say that any of this is fool proof. Our desire is for anyone who wants to come to church that they are welcomed and able to hear the transformed good news of Jesus. Continue to pray for wisdom as we seek to do this.

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