Communal worship in Scotland was allowed to resume on 25 March, on the feast of the Annunciation, and since then, restrictions happily continue to ease. If you wish to attend a service at All Saints’, what might you expect?
- Unless exempted, please wear a mask whilst inside the church
- Maintain the recommended 2 metre physical distancing with those not of your household as much as possible
- Take any service leaflets away with you
- Although singing during the service is presently limited to the celebrant and a small choir, it has been noted regulations say nothing about humming along!
- A limited number of quarantined liturgy booklets are available should you wish, just ask the sidesperson at the door when you arrive
As we are still asked to maintain records of attendance for track and trace, and need to regulate congregational numbers because of space constraints, we ask that if you would like to attend the 10 am Sung Eucharist on Sunday mornings that you reserve in advance. Reservations can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by the Friday prior to the service you wish to attend; please give your name and the number of seats you wish to reserve.
See the calendar for upcoming services. The church is open most days from 3–5 pm for private prayer; all are welcome.