COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information
This page will be used to highlight information on how the church is responding to the current situation with Coronavirus.
In response to the route map out of lockdown issued by the UK government, CCC will is starting to open up again. Midweek meetings, at present, are limited to online activities, but limited places are now available to attend the church on Sundays. The services continue to be live streamed on Facebook. There is a current schedule of activities below...
UPDATE (MARCH 2021): In line with the guidance issued by the government, the church and associated activities can re-start gradually:
As guidance from the government is updated, we will update this plan - but we look forward to being able to say we are "open" without any restrictions!
FROM EASTER SUNDAY - services will be able to have a limited live congregation as well as the live stream
FROM PHASE 3 (17th May) - midweek meetings in the main hall can resume, subject to refreshments being "table service" and the rule of six
ALSO FROM PHASE 3 (17th May) - outdoor refreshments will be viable after Sunday services
FROM PHASE 4 (21st June) - normal service can resume - we are planning to hold a "back to church" Sunday on 4th July. More details to follow!
The Lifeline Larder is continuing to operate throughout lockdown as a source of emergency provision. See the schedule above for drop off times, or contact us directly or more information, or for a referral for someone in need of help.
Guidance for attending church (when we are able to do so)
For those invited and able to attend a service on a Sunday morning, the guidelines below should be followed.
If, for any other reason, you need to enter the church building during lockdown, these same guidelines should still be observed.