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Update 10 September

The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government last night provided us with further clarification on the Government announcement this week of changes to permitted social interaction which come into place on Monday 14 September in England. We understand that the full regulations will be published later this week and we will update our guidance accordingly.

In summary:

  • Places of Worship can remain open for services and prayer.  As before, the limit on the number of people is determined by the risk assessment with attendees divided into multiple groups of no more than 6 people.
  • Weddings and funerals are still allowed and maximum numbers remain at 30 with people divided into multiple groups of no more than 6.
  • Community Halls remain open and activities are allowed as before but within each activity, participants can be in groups that consist of no more than 6 people.

The government has emphasised that venues must be Covid-19 secure and contact details must be left for Test and Trace.  More information can be read here



Services at Home 

Circuit Services at Home


You can download these Methodist Church service sheets to use at home. 


Alternatively you can watch a live streamed worship service from Wesley's Chapel, London here (starts 11.00am every Sunday)


Live and recorded services from Methodist Central Hall

Morning prayers 

Methodist churches are sharing weekday morning prayers online:

09:00 Wesley House, Cambridge
www.facebook.com/wesleycambridge.

(Resources for the prayers and readings are available here)


10:00 Wesley’s Chapel, London
www.youtube.com/channel/UCUAUqhmhevz5sqhh72LIMxA

More News from the Methodist Church read here




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