Dates for your Diary

Saturday 3rd July

Summer Fete at the Church

Assuming the Governments Roadmap out of lockdown stays on course 

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Friday 8th October in the Memorial Hall
A Black Country Night Out   

Saturday 27th November at the Memorial Hall
Frost Fayre

For more details see weekly news letter

Staying safe  

Being people of worship and prayer

The Coronavirus pandemic

There is a variant of the virus, which is much more easily transmitted.

The latest guidance is here:

COVID 19 Parish Risk Assessment Template – indoors v8.0 rev5 20.02.21

 

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/national-lockdown-stay-at-home

This is what the guidance says about churches:

Places of Worship

You can attend places of worship for a service. However you must not mingle with anyone outside of your house bubble or support group. You should maintain strict social distancing at all times.

The Parish Eucharist
will be streamed from St Paul’s  at 10.00 am on Sunday, and published on YouTube afterwards

We can remain open only if it is safe for everyone

If you hope to be present:

·       Book in advance by telephoning or emailing Karen or Pauline

·       Think about other people when moving round the church

·       Follow the stewards direction

·       Leave promptly at the end of the service

·       Follow the instructions of the stewards

·       You must wear a face covering, unless you have a medical reason not to.

If you are at all unsure,
If you are vulnerable
If you have any possible CoVid symptoms,
If are awaiting the result of a test
Stay home and watch the livestream

We can accommodate a maximum of  25 people in Church with strict social distancing. 

Click below for latest Risk Assessment

COVID 19 Parish Risk Assessment Template – indoors v8.0 rev2 23.01.21

 

Please pray for
Everyone involved in caring for others, at home, in hospital or in care homes
Everyone involved in vaccine research and delivery
Everyone who is afraid or anxious 

Those who are sick
Those who mourn
Those who have died