Monday 19th July 2021 is Freedom Day, the day where nearly all of the Covid-19 restrictions will be removed, and life will return to how it was in early 2020. However the Bishop of London has urged caution about rushing back to the pre-Covid way of doing things, so please take care when coming to church, and be mindful of others. You can read more from the Bishop of London here: https://www.churchofengland.org/media-and-news/press-releases/bishop-london-urges-caution-and-pays-tribute-vaccinators-restrictions?fbclid=IwAR1XmZJcoSiLOhM1ovr8oYCT_mDHgcJ9uln6l5ewQdK_yMhZQpnYsF-HbLw. Church of England guidance on Opening and managing church buildings in step 4 of the Roadmap out of Lockdown can be found here: https://www.churchofengland.org/sites/default/files/2021-07/COVID%2019%20Guidance%20from%20the%2019th%20July%202021%20v1.0.pdf
Services will remain at the regular times:
11 AM Sundays – Mass
1215 PM Wednesdays – Mass
The lockdown did not end in time for us to be able to attend the Glastonbury Pilgrimage this year, we should be able to attend in person again next year. If you want to watch the Pilgrimage Mass for 2021, you can watch it here:
Take care, and God bless everyone.