Church Diary

 

WESTON METHODIST CHURCH HAS REOPENED FOR WORSHIP

Following discussions between our Superintending Minister, local preacher, worship leaders and stewards, Weston Methodist Church has reopened for worship.

Services are held fortnightly at Weston Methodist Church with a Circuit “Live Zoom” service being available on the other weeks.

JANUARY 2022

Sunday 2nd January – service cancelled

Due to the rapid increase of Covid cases in the Stafford area, the Stewards have decided to cancel the service due to be held on Sunday 2nd January.

Tuesday 11th January – Bible Study cancelled

Due to the rapid increase of Covid cases in the Stafford area, the Stewards have also decided to cancel the  Bible Study session due to be held on Tuesday 11th January.

Sunday 16th January – Worship

Covenant Service and Holy Communion

10:30am – led by Rev Pauline Salter

Tuesday 25th January – 10:30am Prayer Meeting

Led by Rev Pauline Salter

Sunday 30th January – Worship

10:30am – led by Ian Mason

 

FEBRUARY 2022

Sunday 6th February – Worship

10:30am – Local Arrangement led by Sheila Jeffries

Tuesday 8th February – 10:30am Bible Study

Led by Rev Pauline Salter

Tuesday 15th February – 7:30pm Church Council Meeting

Chaired by Rev Pauline Salter

Sunday 20th February – Worship

10:30am – led by David Hemingway

Tuesday 22nd February  – 10:30am Prayer Meeting

Led by Rev Pauline Salter

 

 

Please note, our Covid safety arrangements are as follows:

  • Wearing a face covering on the premises is a matter for personal responsibility.
  • We have hand sanitisers on entry to the building.
  • We use track and trace with a QR code and also take names of all those attending services.
  • Keeping external doors open is difficult due to traffic noise, but we keep internal doors open and can open a few windows.
  • We are practicing social distancing as far as possible in the Chapel.
  • We will be serving refreshments after the service for those who wish to stay.
  • We originally had a one-way system through the Chapel, but as there are only a few of us at present, we enter and exit at the front of the Chapel whilst keeping a respectful distance from each other.
  • As we are still practicing social distancing, and with the Chapel being relatively small, please let Sue McCready-Shea know if you wish to attend any of our services by the Thursday evening before a service if possible. This is to enable the seating to be suitably allocated in advance to ensure the safety of everyone.