TOGETHER AGAIN
Worshipping together again in a COVID safe way
As per the state government announcement on 17th February, we can now resume worship services on site.

Density Quotients
We are required to adhere to the 1 person per 2 square meters rule, therefore most attendees will be able to sit in the worship sanctuary, with any overflow in the foyer.

Requirements for All Attendees
-All attendees must provide their details for contact tracing purposes by scanning the QR code at the entry with their mobile phones and entering the appropriate information. Electronic tracing is a requirement of us using the lower density quotient. An alternative paper based system is available but it should only be used by those without a mobile phone or those whose phone is not QR code capable.
-We must maintain adequate social distancing of 1.5M from each other. Furniture will be spaced, however groups from the same household may move chairs to sit together provided they maintain adequate distancing from others.
-Masks are no longer compulsory, but are still strongly recommended in situations where social distancing may be difficult. As
a precaution and out of respect and concern for our elderly and vulnerable, we will require masks to be worn whilst singing (with the exception of those leading worship from the stage)..

Live Stream
Now that we can meet in person, we will no longer be live streaming our services online. We are still recording Sunday sermons however, with the video footage available on our YouTube channel at 1pm, as well as audio being uploaded to our Sermons page.

Other Important Notes
As our welcome teams are required to disinfect high touch surfaces and do all the necessary cleaning and arranging required, we ask that you please exit the church building promptly after the service. You may of course continue your catch ups and conversations outside.

Finally, please do not attend a church service in person if you are feeling unwell or are experiencing any symptoms consistent with COVID-19 - get tested immediately, stay home and await your test results.

Last updated 1st March 2021