Services @ St Martin's
We'd love to welcome you to our services at St Martin's. Our morning service is at 10.30am every Sunday. We also livestream our service on our youtube channel. Please see below for how we are making our services safe in light of Church of England guidance.
There is no longer any need to register for our Sunday services, you can simply turn up.
We've made some changes to how we do things to keep everyone safe: please see below for details. You can find our full risk assessment here. If you have any further questions, please get in touch with the office.
What will happen when I arrive?
- If you displaying any Covid-19 symptoms, please stay at home. You can find the latest guidance from the NHS on symptoms here.
- Please queue outside, with 2m spacing between households. We ask that you contine to wear a face mask in church (unless you are exempt).
- There will be hand sanitisers at the main entrance, which we ask all people to use before they enter church.
- You will be shown to a seat. The seats on the left side of the building (facing forward) are more spaced out for those who would prefer that.
What will happen during the service?
- A host will welcome you from the front and introduce the service.
- Children are welcome - we have a kids group for primary aged children every Sunday morning during the service. We also have creche facilities available for parents to use.
- We have limited toilet facilities available. They will be open, but we encourage people to only use the toilet if necessary. If you use the toilet, we ask you wipe the toilet down after you with the antibacterial wipes provided.
What will happen after the service?
- Please continue to follow social distancing guidelines outside of the building.
Weddings and Funerals
If you would like to arrange a wedding or a funeral at St Martin’s, please contact the church office.
Thanksgivings and Baptisms
Children are a gift from God and so we are glad to offer services of thanksgiving to anyone who would like one. If you live in the parish and would like to talk about whether it would be appropriate to have a child baptised, please come along to a morning service and speak to Will Rubie afterwards.