April 5th 2021
Words can’t express how much I have missed gathering together in person over the past 12 months, but we have to remember; although we haven't been gathering under one roof, we have been gathering online under one name - the name of Jesus Christ.
Having reviewed the COVID-19 situation, we have decided to reopen for in person services!
,In order to help people feel comfortable we have decided to run two identical services each Sunday morning, giving everyone plenty of space to worship.
The first service will be at 9.30am - 10.30am
and the second will be at 11.15am - 12.15pm.
There will be no need to book in for these services, as there will always be plenty of room for you and guests, but it would be good to know your preference, so that we can balance out the numbers attending each one. Please contact Glenn as soon as you can to let him know which service you will be attending.
So, please come and join us, we can’t wait to welcome you back through the doors.
Until the end of June, when hopefully all restrictions will be lifted, we will still be following the guidelines below. Thank you for your cooperation in this.
What WCCC is doing...
Having one point of entry and exit equipped with hand sanitiser, and ensure the seating maintains a good degree of physical distance.
Providing face-coverings if you’ve forgotten yours, as these are presently mandatory.
Making the crèche available for one family per week.
Limiting touch by not serving refreshments after the service for now, nor passing the offering basket. The offering basket will be placed at the exit for those that prefer to continue giving that way.
Sanitising high-touch surfaces before and after services.
Helping anyone who becomes unwell with Covid-19 like symptoms during the meeting, to leave and get home and asking them to seek clinical help if necessary, and follow government guidelines.
Staying abreast of coronavirus case trends and best practices for a safe environment.
What you need to do...
Please arrive 10 minutes before the service begins, and practise social distancing (currently 2 meters apart).
The law currently requires you to wear a face covering whilst inside the building. This requirement is because: “…if you are infected but have not yet developed symptoms, it may provide some protection for others you come into close contact with.”
Bring your own hand sanitiser if possible. But we’ll have some at the entrance and exit for those who don’t have any.
Practice social distancing, which unfortunately means avoiding hugs and handshakes between persons from different households or established bubbles.
Choose the safest worship experience for you.
May God continue to keep you by His amazing grace.
Yours in Christ
Pastor Glenn Wilson.
Contact details for pre-booking: