Worship in church
As the conditiona around the pandemic change, so too do people's feelings of comfort in church. Some feel free, some feel anxious, some have intrinsically greater vulnerability than others. We respect and try to accommodate everyone. Therefore things can change. Please do check the newsletter for the latest details, or ask a welcomer when you arrive. Signing in and track and trace still apply.
Our aim is to livestream our Sunday serviceon the St Peter’s YouTube channel. If you're registered for our weekly newsletter, you will receive an email on the Saturday saying which service. and with a link to take you straight there. (Please remember that the live connection is made just before the start of worship, not ten minutes earlier!)
Just follow the link below
You can register for the newsletter here
Details of worship follow, and please continue to check the News
page, newsletter and our facebook page for updates on worship.
The traffic light system
Services are designated RED, AMBER and GREEN
. Green means the risk of transmission is as low as we can make it, amber means the risk is a bit higher, and red is the most ‘at risk’ service. The worship pattern is as follows:
St Peter’s, Sunday 10.30am
RED: all age worship with families and children and no Holy Communion. This service is streamed on the St Peter's YouTube channel
St Peter’s, Sunday 4.30pm
There will be no afternoon worship until September
Zoom Morning Prayer 9.00am Tuesdays and Thursdays
Please register with the Parish Office or Vicar for the Zoom code
St Peter’s Wednesday 10.30am
AMBER: worship with Holy Communion, but no congregational singing.
The CoRe Sunday 10.00am
AMBER: worship with Holy Communion, but no congregational singing, at the Church of the Resurrection, Upton Priory.
St John's, Adlington
Please check the newsletter for times of worship.
For those unable to come back to church yet, many of our Sunday services are live streamed on the St Peter's YouTube channel. You can watch them at the time, or later.
Worship for everyone
We hope that everyone will feel able to worship together again. There will be no ‘main’ service, each one is different in style or in time to fit into work patterns and levels of risk people feel comfortable with.
What if I am still shielding?
Worship at St Peter’s will be live streamed at 10.30am on most Sundays. This enables those at home to worship with us with an iPad, phone or computer. For those without access to the internet, a ‘Worship at Home’ booklet has been prepared, and the parts that change each week – collect, Bible readings, reflection and hymns – will be on the newsletter.
And we continue to pray for God to guide us all through this difficult time. Please continue to check the newsletter for updates.