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Following the government's announcement that places of worship are to be closed for services until 2nd December, it is with sadness that our Sunday and midweek gatherings will be wholly online once more.

 

How to stay connected

1. Tune into the livestream - stag.org/livestream

Our Sunday services remain at the heart of all we do as a church as we gather to listen to God's voice in the Bible. We never stop exploring what the Bible itself calls “the unsearchable riches of Christ”. 

In accordance with the government's announcement, we will be livestreaming our services to you in your homes from the St Andrew the Great building.

2. Join After Church Coffee - stag.org/afterchurchcoffee

You are always guaranteed a warm and friendly online welcome after each Sunday service over on Zoom. Catch up with old friends, make new friends and share in God's precious gift of one another.

3. Be part of a small group - stag.org/groups

It has never been more important to belong to a small group. This is the main way our church cares for, supports and encourages one another. All of our small groups meet using Zoom and newcomers are always welcome. Get in touch with the Church Office for more details of how to get involved.

4. Ask for help if you need it

As lockdown returns, we know that this will be tough for many of us, especially those who are living on their own. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with your small group leaders or the Church Office if you are experiencing any difficulties due to illness or self-isolation, such as collecting prescriptions or getting to the shops to pick up groceries, and we will do our best to connect you with someone who can help you. 

N.B. the church staff will be mainly working from home, so we cannot guarantee that the church phone will be manned, please only ring the church if you have no other alternative.




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