From Sunday 27th June, there will be services at 83a at 10am (adult-focussed) and 11.15am (family-focussed). The 10am service will be recorded and posted on YouTube later.
We very much look forward to being able to join together again face-to-face and to have real connection between us on Sundays as we worship, pray and receive teaching and as church life begins to pick up again after the pandemic.
From Sunday 27th June, the following will take place on Sundays, running up to the summer holidays:
- Adult-focussed Service A service designed mainly for adults will be held at 10am in Room 1 at 83a. It will be a shorter service, around 45 minutes, and will include live worship, together with prayer, a short teaching and reflection. We will be taking communion every other week.
- Online Service The above service will be recorded, and will be made available on our YouTube channel by the following Monday at the latest.
- Family Services On Sundays 27th June, 11th July and 18th July, a family service aimed at younger children will start at 11.15am in Room 1 at 83a. On 4th July there will instead be Forest Church at Hinchingbrooke Park at 10.00am. Dedicated children’s activities will stop from 25th July to 29th August (bank holiday weekend) and will resume on Sunday 5th September.
On some Sundays in late July and in August, we are hoping to be able to invite everyone back to a garden of someone in the church for a picnic lunch and catch-up time. More details on this later.
We very much hope that you and your kids will come and join us for these services. We would very much love to see you in-person, but the online recording of the service is there if you are unable to come. In July, there will be 30 minutes between the 2 services, so we ask that people clear the room as soon as the first service ends so that the room can be prepared for the family service. Please do continue to chat with folk outside.
Currently, masks will be required when inside 83a, and we will be unable to sing. We will also need to keep at least 1m apart from those outside our own family bubbles. We hope that these restrictions will ease after a few weeks!