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Given the advice and stricter guidance coming from the Government over the last few days with regards to gathering of people, we have taken the decision NOT to open the church building for prayer as was previously planned. We are sorry that we aren’t able to do this but please continue to stay safe, comply with the guidance and pray for our community at this time. There will be prayer resources to aid in your prayer times made available at various points this week so keep checking our social media accounts for those. Yours in Jesus, Neil

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE 20 MARCH 2020

 

You will have seen that the Church of Scotland has taken Government advice and ceased any acts of public worship and related activities in an effort to stop the spread of Coronavirus. While this means our buildings and facilities may close for a while, it doesn't mean that being the church closes. In the Facebook video below, I highlight a few of the immediate things we can put in place during this time of uncertainty. Please remain safe, look after one another and continue to be blessed and be a blessing to those in our community.


Yours in Jesus, Neil

 

https://www.facebook.com/belhavenparish/videos/835984460252705/