How many people are allowed to attend the Sunday services?
Within the current regulations, our main hall has capacity for 140 people. In addition to this, we have an overflow capacity for over 100 more.
What about children?
Children will go straight to their Kids Church groups after they’ve been checked in.
What about people who are more vulnerable to COVID-19?
We still provide our 9am livestream for those who would rather stay at home for now.
Do we sing?
No, due to government regulations we currently do not have any congregational singing although we have musicians play and sing a number of songs during the service.
How are we putting government guidelines into practice?
Some of the key things we’re doing include recording the contact details of everyone who comes onto our ministry centre site, encouraging people to greet without contact and monitoring the number of people in each of our meeting spaces. We provide hand sanitiser and do not give out our Sunday bulletin or provide pens. We encourage people to bring along their own Bible, notebook and pen.
Do we provide refreshments after the services?
Currently no, however our cafe is open after our services to sell tea, coffee and bottled water. Please note that at the moment, the cafe takes contactless payments only. Feel free to bring your own travel mug or bottle of water!
Will an offering be collected?
No, we encourage our members to give online via direct debit or the Giving page of our website.
Do we have an official COVID-19 safety plan?
Yes, we do and it has been lodged with the government to register our ministry centre as a COVID-19 safe place.
If you have any questions regarding our Sunday services please feel free to contact our office via the Contact Us page.