Sunday worship

Church interiorDuring the pandemic, we are pleased to offer you a variety of ways to join in with our worship.

In person

Following the end of the second lockdown, we are now able to meet again for worship. We meet at 10:30 am on Sundays but are encouraging people to worship via Zoom, if at all possible. Please do not attend if you are in a vulnerable or 'at risk' category, or you need to attend church on public transport. We would love to see you but your health, and the health of others is paramount.

At our building, you will need to respect all the COVID guidance to which we are all now sadly used:

  • please wear a mask throughout the service, unless you are medically exempt;
  • maintain social distancing at all times;
  • refrain from socialising within the building; and
  • leave your contact details with the steward on duty to enable Track and Trace (your details will be destroyed after three weeks).

We usually have plenty of space but in the unlikely event we reach our maximum capacity, please do not be offended if we have to ask you to come back another Sunday!

Zoom

You can join all of our Sunday services via Zoom worship. We are not able to advertise the log-in details here but you can obtain them from our minister, Rev'd Geoffrey Farrar, beforehand. Please e-mail him here.

YouTube

You can also see recordings of our services afterwards on our Circuit's Youtube page here. They are usually posted there by Sunday evening. One of our latest service is available below:


Other means of worshipping together

The Methodist Church of Great Britain is also co-ordinating 'worship at home' resources and its national website has links to a number of churches currently offering 'livestream' worship on Sunday mornings here.

If you would like to follow worship with Hounslow, please see their website for more details.

ROOTS is kindly producing free material for children and young people as well during this time.

The BBC is also broadcasting a number of worship services at this time, here.