Following the Prime Minister’s Announcement last Tuesday, St Wulfram’s Church are planning to start public acts of worship from next Sunday, 5th July.
The service pattern will be 8:00am, 9:30am and 6:30pm.
At this stage until the House of Bishops and their own Bishops give guidance, they cannot say what services these will be, but hope they will be able to inform you soon.
Rector Fr Stuart Cradduck said: “We very much look forward to welcoming you all back to church, but please remember if you have a high temperature, a cough or any other symptoms we advise not to come. If you are considered vulnerable or shielding, we would ask you to think seriously about whether this is the right time for you to come back to church.”
Those of you who will be going along next Sunday, please remember to use the sanitisers on the way in, note that the chairs will be placed at the recommended distance from each other.
There will be music, although w sadly singing is not allowed but hymns will be played during the service and to use a school saying, you will only be able to use either your ‘inside’ or ‘silent voices’!
The church is open for private prayer Monday to Saturday from 9:00am to 4:00pm and Sundays from 10:30am to 4:00pm. Each week at St Wulfram’s there will be a new focus for prayer placed in the church.
Thought for the Day broadcast on Facebook on Tuesdays and Wednesdays has now ended. Instead there will be a short service at 12:00noon on Tuesdays for Weekly Prayers which will be broadcast on Facebook, and available from the website. If you would like to have your own prayer requests included in this service, please click here to go to the website to the Online Prayer Request Board and complete the simple form there.