We are delighted that we have now been able to resume some form of public worship in our churches, but with limited numbers and limited activities.  We sadly at this stage won’t be able to have singing, service sheets, or refreshments, and probably still not have shared communion.  With all these things noted, what we can have maybe somewhat limited, which is why we will continue to offer all the above online services and activities at present, which we know have been such a support, blessing and encouragement to many, while also trying to establish some sort of gathered Sunday service.   The Sunday services will be limited within the constraints noted, and also the limited capacity of the clergy (who have worked and ministered tirelessly over these last thirteen weeks);  but of course we have a wonderful lay leadership team that will help as things get back up to speed. Therefore we are planning the following pattern for the coming weeks:

Online - every Sunday

30th August - 9.30am at Holy Trinity - Time of prayer

From September:
9.30am - every Sunday at Holy Trinity
11am - every Sunday at St Michael's
 
Please note: all services now require congregation members to wear a face covering. Where a service is a communion service please feel free to bring your own bread & wine (or equivalent).
Because we have been told we are limited to 30 people, therefore to help with planning please can you let Rev'd David know via email to
david.oxtoby@parishofrayleigh.org.uk

if you plan to come to any of the services. Thank you for your understanding.