Coronavirus - COVID 19

Information on this page checked to be current at 1130 on Friday 3rd December.

Please check this page for the latest information relating to Covid-19 and activities at All Saints.

We will continue to take a cautious, careful and considerate approach as we have been doing over the past weeks. There will be some services coming up where the attendance is likely to be higher than a normal Sunday so we would strongly encourage you to wear a face covering even though it is not mandatory. Please also be aware of congregating when having refreshments after services. 

As some people will naturally continue to feel anxious we will still continue to follow the government and Church of England guidelines . This currently means:

  • face coverings are discretionary;
  • although social distancing has been relaxed, we need to respect individuals personal space. This may be especially pertinent when the peace happens during a Communion service;
  • singing is permitted;
  • a QR code will be displayed for anyone who wishes to use it;
  • the peace will continue to be said from our seats, so please turn and wave to everybody;
  • communion will be offered in one form only;
  • please bring your own hand sanitiser if so desired;
  • Services where a particulalry large congregation is expected (e.g. carols by candlelight) will require attendees to pre-book so as to control overall numbers in the church building;

The creche space is now available and we are serving refreshments after our 1015 services.

Please see the Church of England's dedicated advice page for the latest and more detailed information as advice will change rapidly over the coming weeks.

Our weekly Sunday 1015 services are also Live Streamed for those unable to attend in-person.

This page last updated 1130 on Friday 3rd December 2021