You may already have read Bishop David’s statement and the new guidelines that the Church of Ireland issued on Tuesday – but if you have not, please review the two links here
As you will note, these new guidelines mean we will not be gathering together as a church until further notice. This impacts, and applies to all groups, gatherings, events, programs and ministries.
Although we are not gathering in our usual way, we still want to be creative in this season and explore new ways of serving, loving and reaching out in hope and faith.
As a staff team we are committed to new ways of connecting with our church and community. We especially want to serve the vulnerable, isolated, and elderly. We will continue to reach out with weekly emails; delivering printed copies to those who don’t have access. Kids and Youth team are working hard to create content and resources that will help kids, youth and families. The leaders of all ministries will be supporting and engaging with those under their care. Admittedly this comes with certain challenges, but we are leaning on God and asking for Holy Spirit strategies for such a time as this.
**Thank you for praying as part of 100 Days 24/7 Prayer. New information and guidelines issued from Bishop David now asks that all prayer continue from home. The church is no longer able to be opened for private prayers.**
We will be recording two Sunday Services, that will be uploaded on our social media platforms and website each week at 11.30am + 5.30pm.
These will include intercessions, worship and preaching.
11.30am Online Teaching + Worship with Mark Brown
5.30pm Online Evening Prayer with Rev. Karen Salmon
They can be watched here