Services

As the Government restrictions relating to keeping everyone safe during the Coronavirus pandemic have eased, we have reviewed again the adjustments we made to our usual church service arrangements.

We continue to meet at Ronkswood Community Centre on a Sunday morning at 10.00 am. Everyone is welcome, numbers are not restricted but we do continue to sit in a socially distanced arrangement. This service is recorded and will continue to be uploaded to our YouTube channel online. See the link (right).

We continue to offer a Link-line service at this time where church members make a phone call to support those self-isolating who may be feeling vulnerable and alone. If this will help you, please contact Rob.

There is some disruption in providing Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals at this time. You should speak to the Team Office for further advice on 01905 358083 or contact Revd Rob Farmer.

Other services

In order to protect the most vulnerable members of our community, it is not possible to undertake services in the community care homes at this time. We are very sorry for this but hope, once safe to do so, that these will resume. Meanwhile, do link into the services on YouTube.

Similarly, to protect the restricted bubble arrangements, it is not advisable to carry out services / assemblies in schools. We miss catching up with the young people in our community but again once it is safe to do so, we look forward to resuming these activities in the future.

Our usual pattern of Sunday services

First Sunday in the Month
10.00 am: Parish Communion

Second Sunday in the Month
10.00 am: All Together in Church: an all-age service without Communion where everyone is welcome

Third Sunday in the Month
10.00 am: Parish Communion

Fourth Sunday in the Month
10.00 am: Communion for all of the church family

Fifth Sunday in the Month
10.00 am: All Together in Church: an all-age service without Communion where everyone is welcome

Communion is available for those who are sick or housebound or for anyone else in case of an emergency. If you need this ministry, please contact Revd Rob Farmer.