Re-opening the Church at Bradley St Thomas after the Covid-19 lockdown

We’re delighted to inform you that Church will reopen for public worship from Sunday 19th July.

The service will commence at 11.00am and last approximately half an hour.

Worshippers are advised to wear a face mask and will be instructed to sanitize their hands as you enter and exit to the building.  You will be shown to your seat where you must remain until you are invited to leave. You may sit with family members or other people in your social bubble, but otherwise people with be seated at least 1.5 metres from every other person. We would ask that you keep the same distance as you enter and leave the Church.

As per government regulations, there will be no singing, and responses will have to be said quietly.

It is imperative that anyone who is shielding or feels in any way vulnerable or is apprehensive about coming to a public space with as many as fifty other people SHOULD REMAIN AT HOME.

We will continue to produce a Sunday morning service on our Facebook Page and on You Tube, at paper copies of sermons will continue to be delivered to those who have requested them.

The Parish Church Council have agreed unanimously to open the building and have approved a full risk assessment for reopening.

If you have any questions, give Ian a call on 01484 427 838.