The Welsh government recognises the importance of places of worship remaining open during COVID-19 therefore we are pleased to be able to continue meeting for Sunday services, and will be following government guidance for reopening safely.
If you are able to make it to our Sunday service, here's what you'll need to know.
Register your place:
Each week we will ask you to register for you and each person that is coming with you.
We have plenty of space for everyone. To book your space, head to our 'What's On' page, and select which service you'd like to come to.
What to expect?
A warm welcome, worship and the Word!
Our services will look a little different at the moment as we follow government guidelines and recommendations for reopening safely, so to help you here's what you can expect to see.
SOCIAL DISTANCING – in and around our buildings
HAND SANITISING AREAS – throughout the building
SEATING - we will help you find seats for you and your family that are 2m apart from others
FACE MASKS - in line with government guidance, please bring a face mask for you and members of your family age 11 or over, unless you are not required to do so.
TOILETS - will be OPEN, with 4 people in at any one time.
REFRESHMENTS – we are not able to serve refreshments at this time, so bring a bottle of water with you.
WORSHIP - we're looking forward to having our worship team minister to us during the service and restrictions have now relaxed so that we are able to sing also!
KIDS & YOUTH – will be remaining in the service with their parents/ guardians. We will have a seating area available for younger families.
ARRIVAL TIME - so we can get you checked in and seated in time, please arrive 20 minutes before the service.
We look forward to welcoming you this Sunday and can't wait to see you!
Sunday Online & Midweek Activities
At this time it is only Sunday Services that are starting back. All midweek activities are paused or available online. If you are not able to join us at the moment for our Sunday Services in person, you will still be able to continue to enjoy the messages online . Please check out our dedicated Sunday Online page for further details about how you can stay connected at this time.
Whilst this virus may limit our normal gathering, it has not taken away our voice. Let’s continue to encourage others who may be in fear, let’s continue to share the good news of the gospel, and let’s continue to pray for our government and the countries of the world.
Dave and Faye, Lead Pastors
Philippians 4:6-7 New King James Version (NKJV)
Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.