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Attendance at Services


We are no longer asking attendees to book in to services in our churches. We are, however, taking seriously the continued threat of infection and so have put in place a number of measures to aid safety. These include the following:
  • Register of names and contact details on arrival in case we need to contact you (these are destroyed after 21 days)
  • Hand sanitiser at appropriate positions
  • Provision of ventilation
  • Separate seating in the vestry area (open to the church) for those that feel more vulnerable
  • We are encouraging the continued use of face coverings inside
  • Any refreshments provided in single use receptacles and taken outside the building.
 

Wonersh Church


10am  Morning Worship Service

We continue to make available by livestream our Morning Worship via YouTube. This can be enjoyed by streaming at home. To share in this time of teaching and worship, you can find our services on our YouTube channel - tiny.cc/WonershYouTube.

There will be a weekly service in Wonersh Church at 10am, accessible to all ages. We would encourage families to join us in the Lady Chapel where there will be toys and crafts available for children. 

Attendees will be asked to sign in to the building, use hand sanitiser on arrival and will be encouraged to move through the building using a one-way system. There will continue to be some social distancing measures in place and wearing a face covering will continue to be encouraged. 
 

8am  Said Communion Service

On the second and forth Sunday of each month there will be a spoken Communion service in Wonersh Church. Attendees will be asked to sign in to the building, use hand sanitiser on arrival and will be encouraged to move through the building using a one-way system. There will continue to be some social distancing measures in place and wearing a face covering will continue to be encouraged. 
 

10.30am  Midweek Service

There will be a weekly midweek service in Wonersh Church at 10.30am every Thursday. Attendees will be asked to sign in to the building, use hand sanitiser on arrival and will be encouraged to move through the building using a one-way system. There will continue to be some social distancing measures in place and wearing a face covering will continue to be encouraged. 

 

St. Martin's, Blackheath

10am  Sung Communion

On the first Sunday of each month there will be a Sung Communion service at St. Martin's Blackheath. Attendees will be asked to sign into the building and use hand sanitiser on arrival. For the time being, the use of a face covering will continue to be encouraged. There will be social distancing measures in place as far as practicable. 
 

6pm  Said Evensong

On the third Sunday of each month there will be an Evensong service at St. Martin's Blackheath. Attendees will be asked to sign into the building and use hand sanitiser on arrival. For the time being, the use of a face covering will continue to be encouraged. There will be social distancing measures in place as far as practicable. 
 

6.30pm  Julian Meeting

On the fourth Sunday of each month there will be a Julian Meeting. This meeting takes place at 6.30pm and provides the opportunity to spend 30 minutes in silence following spiritual direction, in order to meet with, pray to and meditate on the character of God. Attendees will be asked to sign into the building and use hand sanitiser on arrival. For the time being, the use of a face covering will continue to be encouraged. There will be social distancing measures in place as far as practicable. 

 
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