Please note that the Church is fully Open for Covid secure Sunday Services.

Members unable to attend the face to face services are able to connect to a variety of Christian Sources or for those without Internet Connection pre-recorded messages are available to deliver on CD’s.
If you’d like any help on this please contact us using    info@warsashurc.com

Prayer is the most effective way to get access to spiritual help and to reach out to God.
You can do that yourself of course – just present your needs to him in Faith.
We also have teams who will pray for your needs and if you have access to e-mail send these to Prayer@warsashurc.com.    If you don’t have an internet connection you may contact the Church Secretary by telephone.   Tel 01489-584317.

Govt guidance permits Churches to fully open for Services.   We still operate with Socially Distanced (1 metre) and Safety controlled measures to protect each other and to minimise the risk of transferring Covid.
All Contact surfaces in the Building are regularly cleaned and sanitised by our Cleaning Team.   The Church has a capacity for 60(max) Socially distanced seating.

We ask you all to assume that you may already have the disease and act appropriately.
Wearing Face masks is no longer Mandatory but we strongly advise they are worn.    Entry to the Church is via the Front door only.    There, your contact details are still logged for Track and Trace purposes only.
We ask you to wash or sanitise your hands on entry  before you are escorted / directed to your seats.   Once there it is permissible to remove your mask if you wish.
The service permits singing but we strongly recommend face masks are worn when doing this.

Holy  Communion is held at the start of each month and is a zero contact version.     All leave through the rear entrance to the Car Park.   The services are recorded and made available to those who can’t come to Church.
Opportunity is given within the service for each person share news, ask for prayer etc and is one way to communicate with each other.

Please stay safe and Healthy

God is our ever-present help in times of need  Psalm 46 :1