CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC UPDATE
Summer 2021 

 

We are gathering for worship at 10.30 am on Sunday mornings, no need to book a place.

 

We want church to be a place people feel safe and welcome to come. It is sensible and appropriate to continue to take some measures to limit the spread of Covid-19 as we have a responsibility to protect our staff, congregation and community. 

Therefore, we request that everyone wears a face-covering at all times, and leaves two empty chairs between households/bubbles in the same row.

We will ask everyone to sign in using the NHS Covid-19 app or to sign a register for Test and Trace purposes.  

 

We are also continuing to gather online, and all our Sunday services are broadcast at 10.30 am every Sunday to our Facebook page and  YouTube channel, so please do join us online! The video of the service will be available here on our website the following day.

 

If you need to contact the church office during office hours
please ring this mobile number: 07502 670731. 

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Over 60s

Over 60s

Older people play a valued and integral role in the life of our church family.  In addition to supporting the vision and ministry of New Life through their many giftings and life experiences, there is opportunity to support each other in ongoing discipleship and outreach through various events, including:

Food for Thought:  A thriving group of retired folk and senior citizens who meet fortnightly on Tuesdays at 12 noon for a wonderful home-cooked lunch, followed by a half-hour service to which a wide variety of guest speakers are invited.  Nominal charge of £3, with local transport included if required.

TAFFY:  (Thursday Afternoon Fellowship For You!) meets on the alternate Thursdays at 2pm for fellowship and friendship. Relationships are deepened with God and with each other, and meetings with guest speakers are regularly interspersed with trips and outings to the countryside and places of interest.

Quarterly Services:  Guest services held at 3pm on a Sunday at Christmas, Easter, Midsummer and Harvest.  Attended by older people from throughout the community, with transport provided where required.  A seasonal service with guest speaker, followed by afternoon tea and fellowship.