Returning to church

Here is everything you need to know about how this will work, so that we remain safe and comply with government and Methodist Church guidelines.
Please watch the video and read this page carefully before coming into the church to spend time in prayer, If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us.

 

How will it feel to come back into church?

Before you come

If you have any symptoms of Covid-19, please do not come to church.
Please bring a face covering unless you are exempt. Face coverings became mandatory in places of worship on 8th August 2020.
The church will be well-ventilated with doors and windows open, so please come prepared if you feel the cold.

 

When you arrive

Please enter via the ‘ramp entrance’ into the foyer at the front of the church. Be prepared to wait before entering if necessary, keeping two metres from the person in front of you.
On entering the building, please sanitise your hands: sanitiser pumps will be available.
There will be a steward available in the foyer ready to offer (socially-distanced) help and advice.
You will be asked to record your presence for Test and Trace purposes if you have not previously booked. If you do not consent to this, please make this known as you enter. The information will be destroyed after three weeks.
Chairs will be arranged in pairs with appropriate social distancing (2 metres). 
Please make your way to a seat straightaway.

 

What to expect
On Sunday the service will start at 10.30am.
If you would like to read some Bible verses as part of your time in prayer we would ask you to bring your own Bible with you please to avoid the necessity of quarantining the church copies.
On Wednesday only, as you leave please place the 'seat not available' sign on the chair you vacate.
On Wednesday you are welcome to sit and pray for as long as you wish while the church is open.  
As you leave the church after the service or silent prayer, please observe social distancing, and do not remain in the church to chat. 
Toilets will be open as usual in the area next to the lift.
There will be a steward in the church to help you find your way out of the building via the Clarendon Road door.
Once outside the church, do observe government guidelines for meeting people.

We will review things week by week, and this information will be updated as necessary.

 

 


Redhill Methodist Church, Gloucester Road, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 1BP
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