No services in church during lockdown
Our two church wardens, Andy and Naomi, feel it is unsafe to continue with services in church at this time, but hope they can resume when the national situation improves.
Meanwhile we have ventured into the world of 'zooming', so watch this space for further updates. If you'd like to join a Zoom service, please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the meantime have a look online and see what you can find.
If you click the following link you can find out about services at Gloucester Cathedral:
'Thought for the Day'
Berkeley Benefice St Mary's - Berkeley
All Saints' - Stone St Michael's - Hill
During the next few months (depending on Covid restrictions) there will be a 10.30 am Sunday service each week in one of our three churches. Our Lay Readers, the ‘Eleven’ team and the Stone Leading Worship team have stepped into action to take the majority of these services, and we have priests booked for Parish Communion services. Risk assessments and careful planning to manage services have been done for each of our very different churches. It is a good idea to arrive early for a service so you have enough time to ‘check in’ - hand sanitising and finding a socially distanced seat mean it could take longer to settle in. You'll be asked for a name and contact number from each ‘bubble’ so we can assist ‘Track and Trace’ if need be. Don't forget to bring a face covering.
Foodbank in Thornbury. Click on the link below to find out more:
Meals for those in need in Gloucestershire.
£5 buys a tasty meal. You can get in touch with either of these not-for-profit organisations: