Plans to Reopen Atherton Central

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We are delighted to inform you that we are working hard in preparation for the re-opening of our Church for worship.

In line with The Methodist Church and Government Guidelines, we have ensured that the building is a safe and secure environment. (Covid 19 secure).

Signage for social distancing, hand sanitizing stations, one way systems, entrance only and exit signs are all in place. Seating is also positioned to meet the current requirements. We will need to record attendance, with details recorded in the event of having to Track and Trace.

Services will be different as it is with other Churches. Initially, this will be a streamed service provided by our Superintendent Minister and Circuit staff, projected on to a screen.

These are challenging times for us all, but we do hope you will join us in worship at Central and share in the love of God.

We will advise you immediately we have a date for opening and resuming our services, and look forward to once again being together in fellowship as a Church family.

TAKE CARE and KEEP SAFE

Revd. John Fisher and Church Stewards

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