174a Hoylake Road
for Sunday Services,
Following the recent lifting of all legal restrictions,
the Elders have considered the current Government advice on how we proceed over the coming weeks.
The church will be open for worship on Sundays, but as always, attendance is by individual choice. However, the local infection rates are still high and therefore we must continue to observe most of our Covid restrictions that have been in place for the last few weeks.
We appreciate that the wearing of face coverings is now a matter of personal choice, but for the continued safety of those around you we do ask you to please wear a face covering if you can whilst entering, moving around and leaving the church. It can be removed whilst you are seated for the service.
These restrictions are under constant review, and could be further amended, as determined by what happens with the local infection rate.
Also, you should only attend if you do not have any Covid symptoms and feel comfortable to do so. (See also the Services page on this website.)
We are now taking baptism bookings. (See separate page on this website.)
Church funerals are now available under certain
The minister, although double-vaccinated, remains cautious about visiting members and friends in their homes. Going from house to house in a confined space risks spreading infection. Mike is happy to meet you for pastoral matters in your garden or in the church vestry (by appointment). For vestry visits, you are asked to wear a face covering. Church flower deliveries will be made to your doorstep.
Mike Ward, updated 24th July 2021
For centuries churches have
been places of prayer – and hope in troubled times.
This information is correct at the date above and is in accordance with the guidelines of Public Health England and the Presbyterian Church of Wales. In the event of a significant change in circumstances, this page will be updated.