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Coronavirus and our Response
Updated 24 Jan 2022
At Wrington Chapel, we want to act responsibly and lovingly towards others. Our services are open, and all are welcome. With the news that all restrictions in England will be relaxed on Thursday (27th Jan), we have put thought and prayer into our current response.
The Coronavirus outbreak is proving to be an epidemic not just a pandemic, and we must all learn to live with it for some time yet. We are also aware that restrictions are hard for some to bear. To that end, our Church Meeting has decided to broadly follow the advice from Westminster.
Those who wish to not wear masks may do so during our services. We will also reinstate a time of coffee after the service. However, we ask all those who enter our buildings to follow suitable hygiene regimes:
- use a hand wash
- take a lateral flow test if you feel in any way unsure of your health
- try not to congregate in large groups
- be aware of the vulnerabilities of others at all times.
We intend to provide good air flow, and all those who share in coffee afterwards can spread throughout the ground floor, wherever they feel safest.
Can we keep to the nature of God, as shown to us in Jesus, caring for other people more than for ourselves. Then we will be able to always gather successfully.