What’s On 11th October – 18th October 2020

Sunday 11th October
Sunday after

07:45 Holy Communion – St Columb Minor – Rev’d Lee
08:30 Holy Communion – St Michaels – Rev’d Hilary
09:00 Eucharist – St Colan – Fr Chris
09:30 Eucharist – St Newlyn East – Canon Jem
10:30 Eucharist – St Michael’s – Rev’d Lee/Margaret
11:00 Eucharist – St Columb Minor – Fr Chris
11:00 Service on Zoom or Phone (please join by 10:50)
19:00 Eucharist from Hilary’s home – Revd Hilary

Monday 12th October

Tuesday 13th October
10:00 Newquay Food Bank until 12:00 – St Columb Minor Church
19:30 Newquay St Columb Community Choir – Minor Hall

Wednesday 14th October
10:30 Holy Communion – St Michaels – suspended

Thursday 15th October
10:00 Holy Communion – St Columb Minor – suspended

Friday 16th October
12:00 Newquay Food Bank until 14:00 – Narthex, St Michaels

Saturday 17th October

Sunday 18th October
after Trinity
St Luke

07:45 Holy Communion – St Columb Minor
08:30 Holy Communion – St Michaels
09:00 Eucharist – St Colan
09:30 Morning Worship – St Newlyn East
10:30 Eucharist with Holy Baptism – St Michaels
11:00 Eucharist – St Columb Minor
11:00 Service on Zoom or phone
19:00 Virtual Eucharist hosted by Rev’d Hilary

APCM – St Michaels next Sunday on Zoom at 15:00.
Important Notice Regarding Covid and Church Use

Worship is currently exempt from the ‘rule of 6’ only because of the additional restrictions which we have in place. So mask-wearing, hand-hygiene and physical-distancing continue to be most important for ministers and congregations alike. Those attending worship do so at their own risk, but should not put others at risk by their actions. As long as we keep to these patterns of behaviour our worship should be safe to attend.
It is evident that churches are generally keeping these requirements well (thank you), but that after-worship behaviour is sometimes dangerously relaxed.
Please note that physical-distancing and mask-wearing is still required in church porches, and mixing in groups in churchyards and beyond is not permitted. We fully recognise people’s desire to interact with friends, but if churches are not seen to be abiding by appropriate limitations, our ability to worship in church may be removed.

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