Services and Covid Care

Youtube link for service streaming

For streaming on YouTube  click hereServices have now resumed a normal pattern - please see here.
Pandemic care

As of April 2022 it is no longer a legal requirement in places of worship to wear a face covering but for our health and that of others the we require that, unless exempt, members should wear a facemask. There is a supply available by the door. We would ask those who are exempt to sit at the front of the church to reduce the risk of aerosol transmission. We also suggest that those who attend consider taking a lateral flow test beforehand.

Please use the hand sanitiser on your way into and out of church and move anticlockwise around the building.  Parents are asked to supervise their children. 

Regular congregation members will receive a link to an online form in our weekly e-mail to indicate that they will be attending to help us keep the services safe. We will also ask those who have not completed the form for details when they arrive. We will keep data for 21 days to assist with the NHS Test and Trace system if necessary.

Please do not attend if you or someone you live with has a high temperature, a new, continuous  cough, or a loss of, or change to, your sense of smell or taste, or if you have been asked to self-isolate by NHS Test and Trace.

Those aged 70 and over are advised to take particular care to minimise contact with others outside their household, and if they do go out, they should be careful to maintain distance from others. 


Finding hope in a COVID-19 world

Talking to children about coronavirus

Interview with Tim Keller on God and Coronavirus (18 minutes)

God & COVID-19
Talks by Vaughan Roberts from St Ebbe’s Church, Oxford answering the questions: Does God care? How can we cope with anxiety? What is humanity’s biggest problem? Where are we heading?

St Ebbe’s Daily Service
From Vaughan Roberts and the team at St Ebbe’s, Oxford, including prayers, a reading, a short reflection, and songs, lasting about 15 minutes.