Book your seat for Sunday 1st November, 10.30am by clicking HERE
Information on booking YOUR place this Sunday!
We need to know your name, an email address and a contact number for Track & Trace purposes in line with the current Government Covid guidelines. If there are no seats available your name will be added to a waiting list. If you are allocated a seat please do not turn up more than 10 minutes before the start time of 10.30am. We ask that you adhere to social distancing outside the building. Unless you are exempt you will need to wear a face mask upon entering the Church. On arrival you will have a temperature check and be asked a couple of questions about Covid symptoms before being directed to your allocated seat. Please wear your face mask at all times. Whilst we recognise that people will want to talk to one another we would ask that you seek to maintain a social distance of 2m at all times. Thank you.
Thinking of others
Out of consideration for others, and if you are a member of the Church, if you do manage to book a seat for this Sunday we would ask that you do not attempt to book a seat for the following weekend before Friday, that gives others an opportunity to come along if they weren’t able to when you attended.
Can I just turn up on the day?
If you are NOT a member of the Church then we have a few non-allocated seats that can be utilised on the day without a prior booking having been made, but these will be allocated on a first come first served basis. We cannot promise anyone a seat who simply turns up. The best way to ensure you have a seat is to seek to book in advance.
Will there be a Broadcast of what takes place, similar to what has gone out on-line the last 6 months?
Yes, our time together will be recorded ‘live’ and then uploaded onto YouTube, and all being well this will be able to be streamed live in a few weeks time.
PLEASE NOTE: we would like to make you aware that there may be occasions when the back of your head might appear on camera. Should you definitely not want this please can you let us know so that you are allocated a more appropriate seat. Thank you.
Coronavirus – Public Health Dorset
COVID19… We have been asked by Lucy Mears, Communications Officer, Public Health Dorset to share the following communication on NHS Test and Trace for you to share with you. We want to encourage people to use the service, comply with the stay at home guidance if they are identified as a contact, and be aware of potential scams.
What to do if you have symptoms
Anyone with symptoms of coronavirus – a new continuous cough OR a high fever OR a loss or change of taste or smell – should self-isolate immediately and not leave home. Other members of your household must also self-isolate. You should ask for a test as soon as you have any of these symptoms. You can ask for a test online or call 119 if you have no internet access.
The NHS test and trace service:
- ensures that anyone who develops symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) can quickly be tested to find out if they have the virus
- helps trace close recent contacts of anyone who tests positive for coronavirus and, if necessary, notifies them that they must self-isolate at home to help stop the spread of the virus
If you’re identified as a close contact of a confirmed case, NHS Test and Trace will contact you by email, text or phone. Text messages will come from the NHS. Calls will come from 0300 0135000.
Be aware of scams!!
The NHS Test and Trace service will NOT:
- ask for bank details or payments
- ask for details of any other accounts, such as social media
- ask you to set up a password or PIN number over the phone
- ask you to call a premium rate number, such as those starting 09 or 087