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Book a Seat 

We have started meeting in the church for worship services again. Capacity is limited to ensure we can maintain a safe environment and seats need to be reserved in advance.

Our Sunday service will continue to be streamed online, so if you can't make it to the building be sure to join us online at the regular time of 10.30am. It is important that you consider what is the best approach for your household and situation when deciding whether to attend in person or worship online.

Before you sign up below to book your seat, please be aware of the following:

  • We will confirm your booking and seats and entry time, subject to availability. We will need to monitor how many people are booking in each week.
  • We are limiting the capacity of the service to allow for social distancing between households. 
  • Sign ups are available on a first come, first served basis. 
  • You can also sign up by calling or emailing the church office
  • Please sign up for every member of your household, including children so that we can make allowances to seat you together.  
  • Only members of one household or support bubble will be allowed to sit together.
  • Children must remain sitting with their household. Please consider whether this is an option for your family.
  • Please be aware that there will be no children's ministry, creche, toys or children's activities provided.
  • There will be no refreshments available. Please bring your own water or coffee. Please take any bottles or cups with you after the service.
  • We are going to be asking you to bring a face mask, and we'll have spare ones available on arrival if you've forgotten yours, along with hand-sanitiser. All surfaces will be sanitised between services,
  • If possible please use the toilet before you leave home as there are limited facilities.
  • A limited number of pre-booked seats will be available in the foyer for those unable to sit in the auditorium due to health reasons.  Please book one of these seats if you are unable to walk down the stairs.
  • In compliance with UK Government guidelines we will be keeping temporary data records of those attending in-person services. We are doing this in order to assist NHS Test and Trace with requests for data if it is needed.