Crowe Hill opens for private prayer

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Crowe Hill Methodist Church will be opening for Private Prayer every Wednesday from 19th August from 2.00 to 4.00p.m.

All precautions against COVID-19 will be in place — in line with official guidance.

There will be stewards on duty to help all who come to comply with the procedures.

All visitors will need to bring a face mask and use it whilst in the church, please.

Unfortunately, it will not be possible at the moment to take wheel chairs as exit from the Church will have to be through the main door. This means having to go down steps.

There will be six prayer stations and we anticipate this will cover requirements, but if there are more than six individuals or couples at any one time, there is seating in the graveyard for comfortable waiting.

The Church Council hopes this opening will pave the way for having services of worship again in the near future. May all who come find peace and tranquillity as they meet with God in the quiet of this lovely place.

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