St Mary Greenhithe

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Services

We are open again for services

St Mary's is open for a range of services. See our services page for full details

The 10.30 Sunday service is also live-streamed and you can access it via our Facebook page or our YouTube channel

There are some social distancing  restrictions still in place to ensure that everyone feels comfortable to come to church. These are being reviewed regularly in consultation with the whole congregation. Current measures are:

  • Everyone is asked to wear a mask while in church
  • Social distancing is maintained as much as possible
  • When you arrive you will be shown to a seat. Seats will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
  • Communion will be offered in both kinds, with individual communion cups for wine
  • Refreshments will be available after the service in the church hall. Please continue to wear a mask while moving around, but this can be removed when sitting at tables.

Services will be live-streamed. Every effort will be made to avoid filming individuals and the focus will be on the worship, however, if you have any concerns please speak to one of the welcomers when you arrive.

We hope that, when the time comes, you will feel that you ready to return and join together in worship again. We do understand that some of you will not be ready for this step yet, know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. If you need anything please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Yours in Christ

Revd Charlie

Priest at St Mary, Greenhithe (revcharlielloydevans@gmail.com  01322 383160)

&

Jen and Mandy

LLM’s at St Mary, Greenhithe

 

The Priest, churchwarden and LLM’s of this church can be contacted in an emergency Revd Charlie Lloyd-Evans;  Ben White; Mandy Holloway or Jennie White.
or emailing : office@stmarygreenhithe.com
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