Places of worship are now able to open for services.

We are excited that we can start to meet again as the body of Christ to worship together.  Please follow all guidance and risk assessments as you attend services.


8 am BCP (Book of Common Prayer) Holy Communion will be in the VCR.

Please enter the VCR (Church room) from door in the car park only.

10.15 am service will be in Church.  This service will be live-streamed on YouTube, so those unable to attend can join in at home.

Please enter through the main doors of Church, following any queuing markers.


While everyone is most welcome to attend, we advise those in the most vulnerable categories (over 70, underlying health issues – see advice here) to shield yourselves by still staying away from Church for the time being and watch services online or listen to the sermon on the phone.

Due to current restrictions, our youth and children’s work will remain online with an All-Age Stream each Sunday till September, for families to worship together at home.  Children are still welcome in Church but they will remain with their parents/carers throughout the service.

Due to social distancing guidelines, spaces are limited and tickets need to be booked. Unfortunately, people without a ticket will not be allowed in.

Please book for one household at a time. If you would like to book for multiple households, please complete one booking before returning for another.  Please make sure that all contact details are correct for each person/household booking as this information will be used for NHS Test and Trace if necessary.  For more information about how your personal data is kept, please see our privacy notice here.  Consent can be withdrawn at any time - contact the Church Office.


Please follow all guidance including keeping distance and using hand sanitiser. Please remain in your household.  We suggest you bring and wear a mask to protect yourself though this is not as yet compulsory.

Services begin at 10.15 am on Sundays. Please arrive between 9.50 am-10.05 am, to allow time to take seats and be ready for service to begin at 10.15 am.

When services are Holy Communion, it will be done in line with Church of England guidelines. Receiving Communion is up to the individual.

The pandemic means we have been currently advised singing is not recommended.  While, therefore, we ask the congregation not to sing, this does not mean that we can't worship together.  Our God is a great God and we can worship Him in many different ways!  Come ready to give your heartfelt worship and praise to Him as we meet in the Church building and at homes around Crofton and beyond!

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