There will be a Eucharist Service to celebrate Harvest
at St Peter and St Paul Church
on Sunday 3rd October 2021 at 9.30 am.
Reverend Howard Pashley will be the officiant
We look forward to seeing you.
The PCC have agreed to have Eucharist services on the first Sunday of each month. This will be reviewed re. additional services as lockdown restrictions ease.
BREAKING NEWS: Please note that the church is now open daily (between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm.) for private/individual prayer during August and September 2021
Eucharist Service on Easter Sunday 2021
St Peter and St Paul Church Eucharist Service was held on Christmas Day, Friday 25th December 2020 at 9.30 am.
With thanks to:
Revd Jeanne Males, officiant;
Julian Sampson, organist;
Carol Attenborough for the floral arrangements
At St Peter and St Paul’s Church in Worth, we are committed to the safety of our congregation and all visitors. We will implement all aspects of the Government’s and the Church of England’s guidance.
A full risk assessment has been carried out and there will be some necessary changes as follows:
Entrance for the services will be via the main West Door.
Exit will be via the North Door.
There will be a table in the nave with hand sanitiser, advisory posters and QR code
Orders of Service in their plastic covers will be available at this table.
All Orders of Service are to be left on the pews at the end of each service.
They will be removed, cleaned and quarantined for at least 72 hours.
The wearing of a face mask is optional
Congregational singing is now able to resume
The Order of Service will be unchanged.
Readings will be delivered from the area at the front of the chancel, between the pulpit and lectern.
The Peace will be offered from pews with a bow and joined hands rather than a handshake.
Communion will be prepared in the usual way at the altar, and wafers will be offered by the celebrant in the area at the front of the chancel. Wine will not be shared.
Worshippers will socially distance as they walk to receive Communion and follow a one-way system via the Lady Chapel and aisle on the south side of the church to return to their seats.
There will not be a formal collection of monies at any time during the service.
Donations can be made on a collection plate which will be made available as the congregation exit via the North Door at the end of the service.
Annie Simmons, PCC Secretary, St Peter and St Paul Church. 01.08.2021
Public Worship at St Peter and St Paul’s Church in Worth from 1st August 2021
Please do not enter the church if you have symptoms of coronavirus.
Please be aware that you enter the church entirely at your own risk.
Please use the hand sanitiser, if possible, when you enter and exit the church.