We are making plans to re-open
As the government has begun to relax some of the lockdown measures and provided new guidance, we wanted to let you know what our current plans are for re-opening the church for gathered worship.
In the first instance, we are proposing to reintroduce some form of a Sunday morning worship service from 13th September.
This will most likely be very different to what we might regard as our ‘normal’ service, as there will be many constraints on how and what we are able to do.
The leaders are reviewing the current guidance from the Baptist Union and the government to ensure we can plan a safe return to church gatherings at church. Our intentions are always wanting to minimise risks and ensure the well being of our congregation.
We don’t know how things will change in the coming months so any plans we may make now will always be subject to change based on the latest guidance and current situation.
We will let people know nearer the time the exact details of our plans for reopening, the measures that will have been put in place and your role in helping make this possible.
Accessing Online Services
The live online Sunday services have now come to a close, as churches start to re-open and prepare to do so. We want to thank everybody who have joined us over the last few months and a special thank you to all those who have been able to contribute with bible readings and songs.
From September we hope to record services when they begin and post online. So stay tuned…
THURSDAYS ON ZOOM WILL CONTINUE
This week’s (30th July) Zoom meet-up will NOT take place, and we encourage you to access the Keswick Convention that is online all this week. (See https://keswickministries.org/)
However, the Thursday meet-up on zoom will be back on Thursday 6th August at 7:30pm and will continue for the foreseeable future.
See http://wvbc.org.uk/together for details.