Covid-19 Update

In light of government advice, we have chosen to suspend Sunday Services at the church building. However, we are preparing to re-open once we have a suitable risk assessment in place and are able to open with the safety of those attending in mind.

This is to protect the vulnerable amongst us and respect the leaders of our land as the Bible directs us.


In no way are we suspending worship and ministry, it is just changing shape.

Even as we plan to reopen the church we will continue online services.

We continue to deliver the bulletin to all members and the readership is increasing to neighbours and friends.

We continue to meet to pray every Thursday via zoom.

Pastoral visits continue in gardens, over the phone and on the street,


The church is the Body of Christ wherever they may be. I invite church members to worship together on Sundays at home from 10:30. It is an opportunity to open our Bibles with our family and read God’s Word together. It is a time we will have to pray deeply and trust in our faithful God.


Be encouraged and build one another up in the faith.


Dominic Squibb



The following links include government guidance for churches as they reopen - please note that it is guidance, not law. The only legal requirement is to have a risk assessment and it is available to the public which it will be once completed. The risk assessment will guide how we meet together safely.

NHS Advice

Government Guidance

Should Christians be anxious about the coronavirus?

Coronavirus Explained