We understand how hard it is to navigate these uncertain and anxious times without much contact with one another. As your local church, though we cannot meet for Sunday services, we want to bring God’s message of unfailing love, comfort, support and hope to you at home
Coronavirus (Covid-19): Suspension of Public Worship
Following the Prime Minister’s statement on 23-Mar-2020, all churches across Bath and Wells diocese are now shut.
We urge everyone to follow the instructions given by the Government to stay at home, only leaving for the following exceptions:
· Shopping for basic necessities but only infrequently
· Once a day to exercise alone or with one other household member
· Medical need
· Travelling to or from work but only when this is absolutely necessary
Regrettably this means that, for a season of time, we will not be holding any public services or groups at GRACE CHURCH BATH.
Whilst it is not possible for us to meet together, we at Grace Church remain committed to loving our neighbours and serving our community. We will do this as best as we can in these unusual and difficult times.
ONLINE SERVICES AND CONNECTION
Services will be streamed online at 4pm every Sunday. Details of how you can access those are on the website: www.gracechurchbath.com
We will also be updating and posting regularly onto the Grace Church Instagram (gracechurchbathuk) and Facebook page (@gracechurchbathuk), so do follow these as well if you can.
We will continue to pray daily, bringing before God our concerns and requests and trusting His promise to hear us when we pray. We would love to pray for you and would love to hear from you about things that we can be praying for. Please use the contact details below.
We realise that this is a time where many of us will be anxious, afraid, and with increased isolation we will potentially be feeling quite lonely. If you would like to be in contact with the church please use any of the following and we will respond as soon as possible:
Telephone/text: Revd Michael Farrier on 07754 574058
With every blessing.
Revd. Michael Farrier
(Vicar of St Nicholas Kelston, Emmanuel, St John’s, and Grace Church Bath)