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Update 10th November, 2020

The new National Restrictions are now in effect from 5 November 2020 in England.

As part of these new restrictions, places of worship and their ancillary accommodation will have to close or remain closed for congregational worship and all other user groups, except for the following:

  • Individual Prayer
  • To broadcast acts of worship
  • Funerals (a maximum of 30 close family & friends can attend)
  • Formal childcare or where part of a school (including OFSTED registered early years settings)
  • Essential voluntary and public services, such as blood donation or food banks
  • Support Groups
  • Place of work where the work cannot be carried out at home
  • Repairs or construction work that is being undertaken
  • Community caf├ęs providing a take-away service only

Unfortunately wedding ceremonies will not be permitted to take place.

The President of the Conference responds to the latest lockdown guidance here:

The Secretary of the Conference has also posted a pastoral message

For further information see the attached guidelines or look here: National Restrictions

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