We are following advice from the Church of England, the Government, and the NHS.
A summary of our approach is below. For more information, click on any of the links.
Our church buildings are open to individuals and households for private prayer, normally between around 10am and dusk daily.
We are not currently holding 'in person' services in our church buildings, but have online services and telephone services.
Many groups and activities are currently suspended until further notice, including Fledgelings, but some homegroups are meeting online and a Prayer Course starts on 21st January.
We are continuing to share hope, love and care, and are here to serve the whole community.
Let us encourage one another to stay calm, and let those in high-risk groups know we care for them, in word and action. If you have any pastoral concerns, please contact us.
Our churches are supporting the community effort to help the most vulnerable. Please consider signing up for 'Harwell Helpers' or the Chilton Mutual Aid Group.
We pray for all those who are suffering because of the coronavirus, may they know your healing power.
When we are afraid for ourselves and our loved ones, give us your strength and courage.
When we feel alone and isolated, reassure us with a sense of your presence.
Give wisdom to those in authority and may our community work together for the good of all.
We give thanks for those who care for others and ask you to bless them in all they do.
We ask this in the name of Jesus, healer and physician.
Last updated 6 January 2021