Our services are thankfully taking place physically in the church.
How urgently the nation needs to turn to the one true faith of the Lord Jesus Christ in order to seek God’s aid and to understand what is happening, as our nation continues to attempt to recover from the pandemic and to deal with other turmoils, including serious economic problems.
The public worship of the Trinitarian God is essential for the well-being of any nation, and it is a vital liberty. Britain needs to remember that it it is ultimately only the Lord Himself who can remove the affliction of Covid-19, if and when it humbles itself before Him.
Do join us for our Lord’s Day services on Sunday October 25th at 11.00am and 6.30pm
We are observing social distancing with specially spaced out pews, and hand sanitisers are available. Sadly, face-coverings are currently required (despite the unclear science on this) and hymn-singing is not allowed at this stage, but we are reading out loud the psalms together. Thankfully, ministers have legal exemption from mask-wearing to facilitate the proper leading of an act of public worship.
We wish to be good citizens and adhere to necessary precautions, but at the same time it is surely necessary for the Government to consider a broader range of scientific opinion on lockdown issues than is currently happening. The science is by no means clear-cut regarding the advisability of some of the restrictions in place. We are also concerned about the State getting used to having too much control over the life of the churches, and about the environment of excessive fear which has been engendered within society.
Our midweek Prayer Meeting and Bible Study on Wednesdays at 8pm is also taking place physically in the church. The next meeting is on October 21st at 8pm.
For those unable to attend in person, both the Sunday services and the midweek Bible Study are being live-streamed via Zoom. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the link.
“This is a faithful saying, and worthy of all acceptation, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners” (1 Timothy 1:15).