Coronavirus (COVID-19) statement for St Mark’s CentreThe following information summarises how national regulations1that have effect from 17thMay 2021 affect various church-related activities.All places in England are moved into Step 3 from that date. The principal changes from Step 2 are:•People can now attend public worship in church as part of a group of 6 (as well as alone or as part of a household group).•Outdoor public worship can take place without any total cap on numbers as long as people stay within groups of not more than 30.•Weddings can now be attended by up to 30 people.•Funerals no longer have a specific cap on numbers (but there is guidance on capacity and keeping churches COVID-secure that needs to be taken into account).•Up to 30 people can attend support groups and parent and child groups (with children under 5 not being counted).•Concerts and plays and heritage visiting can resume in churches (subject to requirements and guidance on keeping venues COVID-secure).Reference should also be made as appropriate to Government Guidance, in particular the guidance on the safe use of places of worship
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If you are in need of urgent medication, but cannot leave your house, please be in touch with a neighbour or a family member who can collect supplies and leave them on your doorstep. If you are unsure of who you can ask, please phone or email.
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We have faith in God, and give thanks for the gift of science and knowledge and we hold in our prayers all those who are working in the field of science and medicine to help those in need at this time.
You might be self-isolating, but you are not cut off. Please stay in touch and reach out whenever it is needed.
With all our prayers and good wishes,
St Marks PCCSAFEGUARDING"We are committed to Safeguarding Children,Young People, Victims/perpetrators of Domestic Abuse and Vulnerable Adults.The PCC has adopted the Church of England’s policies and best practice on safeguarding which may be found on the Church of England’s website: https://www.churchofengland.
org/more/safeguardinghttps://www.chelmsford.anglican.org/safeguardingOur Parish Safeguarding Officer isMs Paula Ewhe, who may be contacted at church or by email:email@example.com
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