ATTENDING CHURCH ON SUNDAYS & MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS AND FRIDAYS

You are most welcome to come to church in person. Please note the following:

  • Face covering is not obligatory, but we do ask that you wear a face cover
  • We are singing again in church
  • Our Children’s Corner is open so that young children can be comfortably supervised in church
  • Holy Communion remains in One Kind

Sundays

  • For Sunday Eucharist you may only enter the church if you have a previously booked a (free) ticket from Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/croydon-minster-31264930179. Tickets are made available from the Wednesday prior to each Sunday;
  • attendees are asked to observe our Covid secure measures (see below).

Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays

  • The Eucharist is celebrated at 11am
  • there is no need to book to attend on a these days but you will be asked for your contact details for Test and Trace purposes;

 
CONTINUING ONLINE PROVISION

There is nothing better than to attend in person, of course; but there remain other ways to connect with the church and her worship and life:

  • The Sunday Eucharist at 10am each Sunday will be live-streamed through the Minster Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/croydonminster
  • You can join Morning Prayer on weekdays at 8.30am (it takes place Monday-Friday, but you’re welcome any day or days). Please request a link from connect@croydonminster.org
  • ‘Lectio Divina’ is a reflective way of reading a Bible passage. It lasts some 30 minutes and takes place each Tuesday on Zoom at 11am. NB Lectio is not running in August. Please request a link from connect@croydonminster.org
  • ‘Zoom’ Bible Study Group on Wednesday evenings with Fr Alan Bayes. Please request a link from Fr Alan on: fab@whitgift.co.uk

 

OUR MEASURES IN PLACE FOR A CONTINUING COVID SECURE CHURCH

  • hands are sanitised from entrance and exit;
  • we have an effective track and trace system in place;
  • the church is well ventilated whilst people are present;
  • masks are worn at all times;
  • members of the congregation do not need to leave their seat at any point;