Services & Events

Sunday, 1st August. 9.30am Holy Communion with Rev’d Jonathan Evans

Sunday, 8th August. 11.00am Matins with Rev’d Dan Richards

Sunday, 15th August. 11.00am Holy Communion with Preb. Mark Ellis

Sunday, 22nd August. 6.00pm Evensong with Rev’d Jonathan Evans

Sunday, 29th August. Benefice Service at St Mary’s Bruton 11.00am with Rev’d Jonathan Evans

Sunday, 5th September. 9.30am Holy Communion with Rev’d Jonathan Evans

Sunday, 12th September. 11.00am Matins with Rev’d Dan Richards

Sunday, 19th September. 11.00am Holy Communion with Rev’d Dan Richards

Sunday, 26th September 6.00pm Evensong with Preb. Mark Ellis

Following the Government’s decision to lift Coronavirus restrictions, while encouraging us to remain cautious, we thought it might be helpful to let you know what arrangements we have put in place for Sunday services in order to try to create an environment in which everyone feels safe and no-one is excluded.

Face coverings: It is no longer a legal requirement to wear face coverings on church however out of consideration for the health and feelings of other, we encourage people to wear a mask when moving around the building, but people are welcome, if they wish to remove them once seated.

Seating: We wll reserve some seating for those who wish to maintain social distancing and /or do not wish to be seated near people who will be singing.

Singing: Singing by the congregation will be permitted, but we ask you to wear a mask when singing. There will be areas of seating for those who do not wish to be close to people who are singing.

Holy Communion: We will continue to current practice of administering only the bread and not the wine of Holy Communion and it will be possible either to come to the altar to receive or to receive at your seat.

Hand sanitising: We will continue to provide hand sanitising materials for people to use, but this is not obligatory.

Track & Trace: We will continue the ability to sign in to the track and trace system, but this is no longer obligatory.

We hope that these measures provide an appropriate measure of caution.

All are welcome