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Welcome to St Andrew's, Rugby's Town Church, a church called to give its very best in the worship of God and the service of all God's people in our community.
Although all Covid restrictions have now been lifted, we encourage you to:
· take a Lateral Flow Test at home (if possible)
· feel free to continue wearing a face covering
· sanitize hands on entering the church
· maintain 1 metre distance from others whilst inside the building
For the present there will still be no refreshments after church on a Sunday and we encourage you to socialise outside as far as possible.
The side aisles will be available for those who wish to keep greater social distancing by using alternate pews and for those who wish to remain off camera – please just indicate this to the welcomers as you arrive.
For the present communion will continue to be in one kind only. We are consulting on this at the moment and hope to reintroduce the common cup in July.
As always, we are regularly reviewing these policies regularly in the light of advice and the local infection rates. And above all let’s give thanks for the joy of coming together to worship God: ‘O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness’ (Psalm 96:9).
Sunday 8am Said Holy Communion in church
Sunday 10.30am Parish Eucharist in church and via Twitch
Sunday 6pm Evening Prayer via Zoom (please ask Kate for code)
Tuesday 9.30am Reflective Communion in Church
The Revd Canon Edmund Newey, Rector
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We take the safeguarding of children, young people and the vulnerable very seriously. In the document immediately below you will find the contact details of our Parish Safeguarding Officers. The Diocesan 24 hour contact number is 024 7652 1345.