Public Worship Returns at Crosthwaite on

Sunday 5th July at 10.15am

(but the emails will carry on!)

We're delighted to announce that, from next Sunday, Crosthwaite Church will once more be open for public worship! We do need to emphasise, though, that those who are or feel vulnerable, or just don't feel ready, may wish to wait before attending worship on a Sunday morning. In the meantime, we'll still be providing online content via the emails so whether physically or virtually we'll be sharing together!

For those able to return on the 5th, please note that there will be many changes. Due to social distancing requirements not all pews and seats will be in use, so be aware that we may need need to ask you to sit in certain areas of the church. We will also be using the large screen and projector rather than books, but hope to provide a single use large print copy of the service for those who cannot use the screen. Please arrive in good time. The toilets will be open and hand sanitiser will be available. We'll have a box available at the door to 'take the collection', but please also see the note below from our Treasurer, Chris Pond!

There will be a ONE WAY SYSTEM - IN will be the wheelchair accessible door, OUT will be the large double doors. No refreshments are being served, but if you wish to have a distanced conversation with others, please restrict this to groups of six outside in line with government guidelines. A thorough “Risk Assessment” has been carried out and the link is below.


Sadly, we'll have to wait a little longer before we can return to Underskiddaw, but Andy plans to record next week's Virtual Pulpit from there!