St Andrew’s meets as usual at 11.00am for worship on Sundays, as permitted for churches in Tier 2 areas. The congregation are reminded to wear masks, keep social distance and sign in with the NHS Covid 19 app at the door on arrival. Do not mix with people who are not part of your own household or support bubble before or after worship. You can meet in the garden so long as there are not more than six people in a group. No one need feel pressured to attend worship. If you feel unsafe we understand and support your preference to stay home.
Elders are reviewing the Covid 19 situation and the government’s advice weekly and will seek to ensure everyone using the premises remains safe. If Chesterfield moves into Tier 3 we will check the guidance and take a decision on whether it is safe to continue worshipping. If it is necessary to close again, we will do so and try to let everyone know.
Sunday Worship restarts
36 adults and children shared in socially distanced worship on Sunday 27th September when Sue Powell led a harvest festival service. Seating was spread around the church and on the balcony. This is the maximum number the church can hold under the present restrictions. Please let your pastoral carer or the church secretary know if you are planning to attend one of our services.
Remember to scan the NHS QR code on the door as you enter, wear your mask and sterilise your hands.