February – March 2021
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
In view of the rapidly escalating number of cases of COVID-19 in Norfolk, and in our area, we are today (3rd January) announcing that we are temporarily pausing collective worship until things improve. It is sad to have to do this but we believe most people will understood that in the current circumstances our priority must be to look out for our neighbours and protect the vulnerable.
We will keep the matter under constant review and reopen the church for collective worship as soon as we feel it is safe to do so again.
The church will remain open daily for personal prayer and as a quiet space for anybody to sit and think. All are welcome.
Please observe appropriate social distancing and use the hand sanitiser provided (or your own) when entering and leaving the building.
For the foreseeable future the podcasts of Morning Prayer (Monday- Friday) and Morning Worship each Sunday will be available via the church website for everyone to listen to wherever they may be.
See home page for more information.
In the meantime, keep safe, keep well and keep warm!
Francis Mason – Priest in Charge – 01328 862268 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
After the snows come the spring and a feeling of optimism that lockdown rules will be relaxed. On this account, Christ Church is planning to reopen in April for Easter, the time of rebirth and resurrection.
April 2nd at 9.30am Good Friday Service
April 4th at 10.30am Easter Sunday Holy Communion
These services will be said and social distancing rules and the wearing of masks will be in operation.
Further services and events will be announced in the April newsletter. The church remains open for private prayer.