Back in our building 

Update (April 2021): We have been meeting online during the recent lockdown but will be back in the building from Easter Weekend. You can find out about our Easter services here. Our services continue to be live-streamed as well for those unable to come to church. Information about this is available here

Please read the below to understand what to expect when you visit and what covid restrictions apply.

We are opening up our doors again from Easter weekend and are meeting for services on a Sunday morning, however, we are continuing to make our service available online for those who are not able to or are not advised to come to church at the moment.  

Due to the ongoing pandemic, there are some things we will have to do differently. The video will tell you everything you need to know!  Please note, we will be filming the services and live-streaming them for those unable to attend, so don’t worry about missing out if that’s you.

This video was filmed in July 2020. Much remains the same, but in addition please note:

  • Please bear in mind government advice before attending, you should not attend if you or a household member has any covid symptoms or is self-isolating or quarrantining
  • It is now mandatory to wear a face mask at a place of worship, unless you are exempt
  • You must not socialise with anyone from outside your household/bubble and therefore you will be asked to leave promptly at the end of the service and not mingle

If you have any questions about the church building reopening please contact stmarys@summerstown.org.uk.

For more information about our plans to reopen please check out the links to our Risk Assessment and Question & Answer document.