COVID-19 / Coronavirus
Our church is now able to open for public worship. We ask that you follow all safety procedures
when joining us in worship
Face coverings are currently mandatory on public transport and will be mandatory in shops and in supermarkets from 24 July 2020. People are also encouraged to wear face coverings in enclosed public spaces where there are people they do not normally meet, such as a place of worship. We strongly advise that face coverings should be worn by all those attending a place of worship, including ministers, worshippers, staff, volunteers, contractors and visitors, where there may be other people present; remembering that they are mainly intended to protect other people, not the wearer, from coronavirus COVID-19 and that they are not a replacement for physical distancing and regular hand washing.
During this time of national uncertainty and worry, we aim to provide pastoral care and support for all those affected by Coronavirus. Below are some resources to help you worship and pray at home, and some contact details should you need any practical, spiritual or emotional support.
Read the Pastoral Letter from our clergy...
We will still be streaming Sunday and Wednesday Masses at our YouTube Channel. Please join us there.
Rev Betsy Gray-Hammond
A RITE OF SPIRITUAL COMMUNION
If, for any reason, you can not get to church this short, simple service will enable you to make an act of spiritual Communion instead. Click on the button to download it.
BRIGHTON COVID 19 MUTUAL AID
This Facebook Group has offers of practical support, help and friendship across the city. It is also a forum where you can make requests for help.
It is essential for the safety of individuals and communities that the advice and guidance given by official bodies is followed carefully. Check the Government, NHS and Church of England websites for regular updates.
VIRAL KINDNESS POSTCARD
Cornwall-based lecturer Becky Wass has devised a postcard campaign to help those who are isolated. Volunteers simply complete the postcard, which can be downloaded below, and post it to someone who is self-isolating, offering different forms of help and support.
SOME PRAYER RESOURCES
It is easy to feel a bit lost during this time of isolation and uncertainty. We are united with our brothers and sisters in prayer. Here are some resources for you to use.
Please do get in touch if you are in need of particular prayeful or practical support