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COVID 19 : Staying safe while worshipping together

Sundays 9.30am Holy Communion Service

Our church has been open for public worship since April 2021, and now we offer Holy Communion using bread and wine by intinction, which just means dipping the bread into the cup rather than drinking from the cup. 

There are no restrictions in worshipping together. We encourage people to do what makes them feel comfortable in worship - whether that includes social distancing and/or wearing a face mask. We do ask that if you have symptoms and have a positive test, that you  behave accordingly.  We would encourage people to take a week off to get better and lesson any spread of the virus as we continue to live with it. 

If you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 we would strongly encourage you not to attend The Annunciation, South Kenton in person as there are elderly and vulnerable people also attending.

When You Arrive at Church 

When you arrive, our welcome team should be there to help you feel comfortable. Hand sanitisers and face masks are still available for any who would like to use them. 

We look forward to welcoming everyone to our worship space and hope this will enable you to feel as safe as you are able and free to worship God together.


Revd. Trevor Goddard

On behalf of the PCC.

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