Coronavirus – Update 5th November 2020

Our Church Buildings are closed for services

In line with the national restrictions, our Church buildings are currently closed for services.
However, Whitwell, St Lawrence Church, will be open for individual private prayer on Sunday 22nd November and Sunday 29th November from 2pm-3pm, but will be closed at all other times.  You will be required to apply hand gel as you enter and leave the building, wear a face covering, follow the one way system which is in place and only use the pews which are marked to ensure you remain 2 metres apart from people not within your household; remember – hands, face, space and please do not attend church if you feel unwell, and especially if you have a new cough, a higher temperature than normal or have lost your sense of taste or smell.
St Peter’s, Elmton, St Mary Magdalene, Creswell, and All Saints, Steetley, will be closed at all times.
While our buildings may be closed, the Church is open and a range of prayer and worship resources can be found on the Church of England website at: https://www.churchofengland.org/more/media-centre/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-parishes/coronavirus-covid-19-liturgy-and-prayer
If you have any concerns or questions please contact one of the Churchwardens:
Creswell – Lewis Marriott, 01909 721564 or 07973 823857
Elmton – Bob Glassey, Tel: 01909 720242 or 07502 005108
Whitwell – Ann Godley, 01909 723514 or Nigel Bradshaw 01909 722675

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