Let us look after ourselves, look out for each other, and look after the needs of others, particularly the vulnerable, those with under-lying health conditions and those who will have to self-isolate.
This is an opportunity for each of us to demonstrate practical Christianity during this time of crisis. Fortunately Coronavirus cannot be transmitted by phone. Prayers and phone calls can continue as normal.
The Salvation Army works with some of the most vulnerable people in society. As we face the worst public health crisis in our lifetime, people on the margins need us now more than ever.
From running food banks and checking up on people who live alone, to offering counselling and supporting NHS isolation units, The Salvation Army is responding to the crisis in dozens of different ways.
Please visit our Justgiving page and donate what you can. Help us support as many people as possible.
10am Prayer meeting
10:30am Morning Meeting
(including Junior Church every fortnight on 2nd and 4th Sundays and Youth Quest on 3rd Sunday)
11:40am Coffee Fellowship
12pm Open Air Ministry outside hall
Spring, Summer and Autumn seasons
6pm Evening Meeting (Not every Sunday - confirm by phone, email or Facebook)